Majority No Longer Believe in Obama After Obamacare Fiasco

Majority No Longer Believe in Obama After Obamacare Fiasco
The White House shouldn’t be pleased with the results of the latest CNN/ORC poll. The survey shows that, as a result of the problematic implementation of the Affordable Care Act, the majority no longer believes in President Barack Obama’s competency or trustworthiness.

According to the latest CNN/ORC poll, only 46% of participants view Obama as a “strong and decisive leader” – a record low. This result is even lower than the 48% mark Obama reached in September, 2011 in the wake of America’s credit rating downgrade. 53% told CNN/ORC pollsters they don’t see Obama as a decisive leader.

Similarly, a record number of people now say they don’t believe Obama “inspires confidence.” Just 44% told CNN/ORC pollsters they are inspired by the president while 56 said they don’t find the president inspiring. In September, 2013, 49% said they were inspired by Obama while only 50% said they weren’t inspired.

For the first time ever, a majority told CNN/ORC pollsters that they don’t think Obama is trustworthy. 46% thought Obama to be trustworthy and honest while 53% did not.

By a 20 point margin, the people no long feel Obama “can manage the government effectively.” 60% told pollsters they don’t believe Obama is a competent leader while only 40% stated they did. In June, 47% felt Obama was an effective leader of the government while 53% didn’t share this opinion.


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