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US-Obama Approval: 44% Approve, 44% Disapprove (Pew 11/4-7)

Huffington Post     Emily Swanson
First Posted: 11/11/10 04:43 PM ET Updated: 05/25/11 07:10 PM ET

Pew Research Center
11/4-7/10; 1,255 adults, 3.5% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
Pew release

National

State of the Country
23% Satisfied, 69% Dissatisfied (chart)

Obama Job Approval
44% Approve, 44% Disapprove (chart)

2012 President: Republican Primary
15% Palin, 15% Huckabee, 13% Romney, 9% Paul, 6% Gingrich, 4% Pawlenty, 3% Barbour, 2% Santorum

Party ID
30% Democrat, 26% Republican, 37% independent (chart)

Pew:

The public, voters and non-voters alike, has a subdued reaction to the Republican Party's midterm election victory. Four years ago, the response to the Democrats regaining full control of Congress was far more positive, as it was in 1994 when the GOP won a historic victory. Fewer people today say they are happy about the Republican victory, approve of the GOP's plans for the future, and far fewer believe Republicans will be successful in getting their programs passed into law.

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