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  • westervillekid westervillekid May 22, 2013 3:04 PM Flag

    US citizens reply-30% believe the country is headed in the right direction-Obama hits a new 5 month low in polls


    Thirty percent (30%) of Likely U.S. Voters now say the country is heading in the right direction, according to a national telephone survey taken the week ending Sunday, May 11.

    Voter optimism in the nation’s current course is down one point from the previous week and little changed from a year ago. The latest findings are in line with voter attitudes since early March after President Obama and Congress failed to agree on a budget cutting plan and the so-called sequester cuts kicked in. Confidence in the country's direction jumped into the low 40s last November and remained in the mid- to high 30s through February.

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    • Which really means 70% think Obama is headed in the total wrong direction, now there are not 70% of the people in this nation being Republican, so there a thousands if not millions of DEMOCRATS who disagree with Obama

      People are finally seeing the true Obama, nothing but a big LIAR

    • Thank you tough to do many think he is a King when in fact like all of us we are commoners. I am no better than the next person I see. Most of our wealthy people did so on their own such as Sam Walton and Jim Walton started WalMart on borrowed money could have gone flat broke. I also believe they had to have good people who work for them from the door checkers, to the now responsible executives.

      Same with HP, started in a Garage no funding Helwitt and Packard have given away all their personal wealth to Sea Research, etc. JC Penny went broke with Yellow front Stores in Wyoming.paid his debt off when starting the JC Penny Stores. It takes every one to make a company great, and the Federal Government was not formed to tax them to death.

      Sentiment: Buy

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