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Down Through The Chimney Democrats’ Polling Drops

- December 14, 2013

On The 6th Day Of ObamaCare, Democrats Gave To Me … Six-In-Ten Disapprovin

 

The Latest Quinnipiac Poll Shows That Nearly Six-In-Ten Americans Oppose ObamaCare - 39 Percent Support The Law And 57 Percent Oppose It. (Quinnipiac Poll, 2,692 RV, 1.9% MoE, 12/3-9/13)

Obama's Own Approval Ratings Have Collapsed Due To ObamaCare

Obama's Net Approval Stands At -7 In The Gallup Daily Tracking Poll, With 42 Percent Approving Of His Job Performance And 49 Percent Disapproving. (Gallup Poll, 1,500 A, 3.0% MoE, 12/10-12/13)

62 Percent Of Americans Disapprove Of Obama's Job Performance On Health Care, While Just 34 Percent Approve. (Quinnipiac Poll, 2,692 RV, 1.9% MoE, 12/3-9/13)

  • "Make No Mistake, The President Has Been Weighed Down By One Issue: His Health Care Law," [Democratic Pollster Fred] Yang Adds." (Mark Murray, "NBC/WSJ poll: Obama Ends Year On Low Note," NBC News, 12/10/13)

OBAMACARE'S NUMBERS ARE EVEN WORSE IN 2014 BATTLEGROUND STATES AND ARE DRAGGING DOWN DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES

Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) Said She Would Vote For ObamaCare Again, But North Carolina Voters Might Not Feel The Same Way About Her

Hagan Recent Said She Would Vote For ObamaCare Again If Given The Chance. "But when pressed about whether she would back the health care law if she had another chance, Hagan said: 'Yeah, I would vote for it again. People have to realize that the cost of health care was getting out of reach for everybody.'" (Manu Raju, "North Carolina's Choice," Politico, 12/12/13)

The Latest Poll From Democratic Polling Firm Public Policy Polling Shows That Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) Remains Unpopular And Is 6 Points Underwater - 43 Percent Of North Carolinians Approve Of Her Job Performance And 49 Percent Disapprove. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 1,281 RV, 2.7% MoE, 12/5-8/13 )

  • Last Month, Hagan's Net Approval Was -5, With 44 Percent Approving Of Her Job Performance And 49 Percent Disapproving. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 701 RV, 3.7% MoE, 11/8-11/13)
  • When Polled By PPP In September, North Carolinians Gave Hagan A +4 Approval Rating, With 43 Percent Approving And 39 Percent Disapproving. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 600 RV, MoE 4.0%, 9/6-9/13)

In Head-To-Head Matchups , Hagan Is Within The Margin Of Error Against Every Announced Republican Candidate. "Hagan finds herself in toss up territory with all of her potential Republican opponents. She leads Thom Tillis 44/42, is tied with both Heather Grant and Mark Harris at 43, and trails both Greg Brannon and Bill Flynn 45/43." (Press Release, "NC Senate Race Continues To Look Like A Toss Up," Public Policy Polling, 12/10/13)

North Carolinians Disapprove Of ObamaCare By A 12 Point Margin - 38 Percent Approve Of The Law And 50 Percent Disapprove. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 1,281 RV, 2.7% MoE, 12/5-8/13 )

Just 30 Percent Say The Implementation Of ObamaCare Has Been Successful, While 65 Percent Say It Has Been Unsuccessful. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 1,281 RV, 2.7% MoE, 12/5-8/13 )

  • 45 Percent Say The Implementation Of ObamaCare Has Been "Very Unsuccessful." (Public Policy Polling Poll, 1,281 RV, 2.7% MoE, 12/5-8/13 )

Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) Is "Standing In This Election As A Supporter Of The Affordable Care Act," But ObamaCare Is Knocking Down Her Approval

In October, Landrieu Declared On The Floor Of The Senate That If Her Constituents Don't Like ObamaCare, They Can "Unelect" Her. "If they do not like the bill, they can change the bill. We did not wake up one morning and declare this the law. The people of the United States declared this through us as their Representatives. If they do not like it, they can unelect us. Believe me, they will have a great chance because I am up for reelection right now. They will be able to do that." (Sen. Mary Landrieu, Floor Remarks, 10/12/13)

  • Landrieu: "I Am Going To Run For Reelection. I Am Standing In This Election As A Supporter Of The Affordable Care Act." (Sen. Mary Landrieu, Floor Remarks, 10/12/13)

In An Interview Last Week, Landrieu Insisted That Should Would Still Vote For ObamaCare Again If Given The Chance. LANDRIEU: "The Affordable Care Act, as I said, the bill itself, it's got very good concepts. And yes, I would support it again." ( WAFB, 12/4/13)

A November Poll From Southern Media & Opinion Research Finds That Mary Landrieu's Approval Rating Is Now Underwater By 4 Points, With 46.3 Percent Approving Of Her Job Performance And 50.5 Percent Disapproving. (Southern Media & Opinion Research Poll, 600 LV, 4.0% MoE, 11/6-12/13)

  • Landrieu's Approval Ratings Have Plummeted From Where They Stood In Spring Of 2013, When Her Approval Rating Stood At +15, With 56 Percent Approving Of Her Job Performance To 41 Percent Disapproving. (Press Release, November 2013 Louisiana Poll, Southern Media & Opinion Research, 11/21/13)

"If Senator Landrieu Faced Reelection In The Next Few Months, Her Outlook For Reelection Would Be Highly Unlikely." (Press Release, November 2013 Louisiana Poll, Southern Media & Opinion Research, 11/21/13)

ObamaCare Is Deeply Unpopular In Louisiana, With Only 33.6 Percent Favoring The Law To 59 Percent Who Oppose It. (Southern Media & Opinion Research Poll, 600 LV, 4.0% MoE, 11/6-12/13)

  • 54 Percent Of Respondents Said They Would Be Less Likely To Vote For Landrieu Due To Her Support Of ObamaCare. "Fifty-four percent of those polled said they'd be less likely to vote for the Democratic senator's re-election next year because of her vote for President Barack Obama's health law." (Melinda Deslatte, "Landrieu Takes Hit At Home With Health Law Problem," The Associated Press, 11/21/13)

Rep. Gary Peters (D-MI) Celebrated ObamaCare's Third Anniversary, But He Might Not Be Celebrating In November

In March, Peters Celebrated The Third Anniversary Of ObamaCare's Passage And Attacked Republicans For Refusing To Set Up A State ObamaCare Exchange. "Today U.S. Rep. Gary Peters marked Saturday as the 3rd anniversary of the Affordable Care Act becoming law by highlighting the many ways it's helping families across Michigan. Peters also voiced his disappointment with Lansing Republicans for putting ideology above practical problem solving by refusing to partner in the health care exchange marketplace." (Press Release, "Congressman Gary Peters Marks The 3rd Anniversary Of The Affordable Care Act By Highlighting How It's Already Helping Michiganders," Rep. Gary Peters , 3/22/13)

The Latest Poll From Democratic Polling Firm Public Policy Polling Shows That Republican Terri Lynn Land Has Pulled Ahead Of Peters, And Now Leads By 2 Points - 42 Percent To 40 Percent. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 1,034 V, 12/5-8/13)

  • Less Than Two Months Ago, Peters Led Land By 7 Points - With 43 Percent Of Respondents Favoring Peters And 36 Percent Supporting Land. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 642 RV, 3.9% MoE, 10/14-15/13)

Michiganders Oppose ObamaCare By A 14 Point Margin - 34 Percent Approve Of The Law And 48 Percent Disapprove. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 1,034 V, 12/5-8/13)

Just 30 Percent Of Michiganders Say The Implementation Of ObamaCare Has Been Successful, While 63 Percent Say It Has Been Unsuccessful. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 1,034 V, 12/5-8/13)

Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) Called ObamaCare's Passage A "Historic Moment," But Colorado Voters May Consign Him To History

Mark Udall Called Passage Of ObamaCare A "Historic Moment" In Which He Was "Truly Proud" To Participate. "I am truly proud to be a part of this historic moment - one envisioned by our nation's leaders since President Teddy Roosevelt a century ago. This is a tremendous achievement that will provide freedom and security for families across Colorado and throughout our nation." (Press Release, "Udall: Health Insurance Reform A 'Historic Moment' That Will Provide Freedom And Security For Americans," Sen. Mark Udall, 3/23/10)

A New Poll From Democratic Polling Firm Public Policy Polling (PPP) Confirms That Sen. Mark Udall's (D-CO) Approval Ratings Have Dropped Precipitously and Udall Is Now Underwater, With 40 Percent Of Coloradans Approving Of His Job Performance To 41 Percent Who Disapprove. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 928 V, MoE 3.2%, 12/3-4/13)

  • In April, PPP Found That Udall's Approval Ratings Were +17, With 50 Percent Approving Of His Job Performance And 33 Percent Disapproving. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 500 V, MoE 4.4%, 4/11-14/13)

Coloradans Oppose ObamaCare By A 16 Point Margin In A November Quinnipiac Poll, With 40 Percent Supporting The Law And 56 Percent Opposing It. (Quinnipiac University Poll, 1206 RV, 2.8% MoE, 11/15-18/13)

70 Percent Of Coloradans Say ObamaCare's Implementation Have Been Unsuccessful While Just 26 Percent Say Its Implementation Has Been Successful. (Public Policy Polling Poll, 928 V, MoE 3.2%, 12/3-4/13)

  • 47 Percent Of Coloradans Say ObamaCare's Implementation Has Been "Very Unsuccessful." (Public Policy Polling Poll, 928 V, MoE 3.2%, 12/3-4/13)

"'The Rough Last Couple Months For Democrats Have Certainly Put John Hickenlooper and Mark Udall In A Position Where They Could Be Vulnerable Next Year,' Said Dean Debnam, President Of Public Policy Polling." (Press Release, "CO Split On Hickenlooper/Udall, GOP Inclined To Run 2010 Candidates," Public Policy Polling, 12/6/13)


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