Contribute
Connect with the GOP:

research

McClatchy-Marist Poll: Obama’s Poll Numbers Are Sinking Democrats

- August 12, 2014

Only 40 Percent Of Voters Approve Of The Job Obama Doing As President, While 52 Percent Disapprove. (McClatchy-Marist Poll, 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)

  • Among Independent Voters, Obama’s Approval Is 35 Percent, While His Disapproval Is 53 Percent. McClatchy-Marist Poll , 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)
  • Among Latino Voters, Obama’s Approval Is 34 Percent, While His Disapproval Is 46 Percent. McClatchy-Marist Poll , 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)
  • Obama’s Approval Rating Ties “His Worst Mark In Three Years And The Second Worst Of His Presidency.” “Obama is beset by problems at home and abroad. Just 40 percent of voters approve of the way he’s doing his job, tying his worst mark in three years and the second worst of his presidency.” (Anita Kumar, “Obama’s Standing Among Voters Is Hurting Democrats, Poll Finds,” McClatchy, 8/11/14)

Obama’s Approval On His Handling Of The Economy Stands At 39 Percent, While His Disapproval Is At 58 Percent. (McClatchy-Marist Poll, 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)

Only 33 Percent Of Voters Approve Of Obama’s Handling Of Foreign Policy, While 61 Percent Disapprove. (McClatchy-Marist Poll, 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)

  • On Handling The Conflict Between Israel And Hamas, Only 30 Percent Of Voters Approve Of Obama And 55 Percent Disapprove. McClatchy-Marist Poll , 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)
  • On Handling The Conflict In Ukraine, 32 Percent Of Voters Approve Of Obama And 51 Percent Disapprove. McClatchy-Marist Poll , 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)
  • Obama’s Foreign Policy Marks Are “The Worst Of His Years In Office.” “Just 39 percent approve of the way he’s dealing with the economy and only 33 percent approve of how he’s dealing with foreign policy, the worst of his years in office.” (Anita Kumar, “Obama’s Standing Among Voters Is Hurting Democrats, Poll Finds,”McClatchy, 8/11/14)

43 Percent Of Voters Have A Favorable Impression Of Obama, While 51 Percent Have An Unfavorable Impression. (McClatchy-Marist Poll, 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)

Just 28 Percent Of Americans Say The Country Is Headed In The Right Direction, While 64 Percent Say The Country Is Headed In The Wrong Direction. (McClatchy-Marist Poll, 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)

  • Only 16 Percent Of Independents And 33 Percent Of Soft Democrats Say The Country Is Headed In The Right Direction. McClatchy-Marist Poll , 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)
  • Only 30 Percent Of Latinos Think The Country Is Headed In The Right Direction, While 60 Percent Think It Is Headed In The Wrong Direction. (McClatchy-Marist Poll , 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)

“And For The First Time This Election Cycle, More People Said They’d Vote For A Republican Than A Democrat For Congress, By 43 Percent To 38 Percent.” (Anita Kumar, “Obama’s Standing Among Voters Is Hurting Democrats, Poll Finds,” McClatchy, 8/11/14)

  • The Percent Of Voters Who Claimed They Were More Likely To Vote For Democrats For Congress Has Declined 10 Points Since April 2014. McClatchy-Marist Poll , 1,035 A, MoE 3.5%, 8/4-7/14)
  • “Obama’s Drag On The Party Is Evident Across The Country, With Voters More Likely To Vote For A Republican Than A Democrat By 8 Percentage Points In The Midwest, 10 Points In The South, 11 Points In The Northeast And 13 Points In The West.” (Anita Kumar, “Obama’s Standing Among Voters Is Hurting Democrats, Poll Finds,” McClatchy, 8/11/14)

Previous post

Obama’s Vacation By The Numbers

Next post

Aloha State Rejection
Republican National Committee

Connect With Us

Republican National Committee

Follow GOP

Chairman Reince Priebus

News & Videos
  • 310 First Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
  • 202-863-8500

Paid for by the Republican National Committee. Not Authorized By Any Candidate Or Candidate's Committee. www.gop.com

Paid for by the Republican National Committee.
Not Authorized By Any Candidate Or Candidate's Committee. www.gop.com