July 22nd, 2011
01:00 PM ET
3 years ago

CNN/ORC Poll – July 18-20 – Obama and GOP

TOPICS: Obama approval rating, policies of Republican and Democratic leadership, favorable ratings for parties and congressional leaders

Full results (pdf)


Filed under: CNN Poll Archive • Extra
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  1. Democrat Class Warfare & Race Baiting - Destroying the economy, destroying the country

    What is scary is that 45% still support the worse president this country has ever seen. Everything he has touched has turned to horse puckey. His answer to everything is to tax more, spend more and borrow more. He's is totally clueless. Many people are starting to wake up and smell the roses and the bloom is off the Messiah.

    July 22, 2011 01:08 pm at 1:08 pm |
  2. T'sah from Virginia

    President Obama hovered around 47% the entire 2008 campaign and WON!!! These polls always poll from the right and this is why they are misleading. President Obama will win the 2012 election in the same matte and numbers in the way he beat McCain/Palin in 2008......................YES WE CAN!!

    July 22, 2011 01:38 pm at 1:38 pm |
  3. vic , nashville ,tn

    Frustration
    Obama didn’t deliver hope or change ok time to change the president there is no good candidates in republican side what happened to us are we lack of leaders

    Before elected official they will cast their votes in the congress later explain to us why they voted like that
    Now before the debate start they say NO

    July 22, 2011 02:03 pm at 2:03 pm |
  4. Lee

    How convenient how on the air CNN only reported the results that fit it's agenda. 1 question that was not covered on air was: In another proposal, Congress would raise the debt ceiling only if a balanced budget amendment
    were passed by both houses of Congress and substantial spending cuts and caps on future spending
    were approved. Would you favor or oppose this proposal? 66% of respondents favored this scenario! And, the next question was if they favored an amendment to the constitution for a balanced budget. 74% favored that ! So nice of CNN to only cover the answers which fit into a liberal agenda, only those that favor a non-republican or conservative viewpoint! Incredulous!

    July 22, 2011 02:35 pm at 2:35 pm |