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Obama Approval Rating Breaks 50 Percent, Republicans Lose Faith in Their Congressional Leaders

President Obama’s approval rating is back above 50 percent, after falling below that benchmark in March. While the president’s numbers are recovering, they are still below his high of 55 percent shortly after his reelection last year.
U.S. President Barack Obama poses for his official portrait in the Oval Office in this December 6, 2012 handout image courtesy of the White House

Obama 51 Percent Approval Rating Lower Than Reagan or Clinton: New York Times-CBS News Poll

A new CBS News/New York Times poll shows 51 percent of Americans approve of the job President Obama is doing.
U.S. President Barack Obama (L) and Vice President Joe Biden walk from the White House to the Treasury for an event honoring outgoing Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner in Washington January 16, 2013

Washington Post-ABC News Poll: Obama Approval Rating Up, Americans Say Debt Ceiling Deal Shouldn't be Tied to Spending Cuts

A new Washington Post/ABC News poll shows a majority of Americans say a compromise over the debt ceiling shouldn’t be tied to spending cuts.
U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama depart Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, for their return trip to Washington aboard Air Force One, January 5, 2013

Obama Approval Rating and Daily Polling Numbers Still Above 50% After Fiscal Cliff Deal: White House Daily Update

President Obama's approval ratings have climbed since the contentious fiscal cliff deal with Republicans last week.
Obama tries to rescue fiscal talks for post-Christmas deal

President Obama Approval Rating in Double-Digit Lead, Higher than George W. Bush - Gallup & Rasmussen Reports

With less than a month before his second inauguration, President Barack Obama's job approval numbers are showing to be better than George W. Bush when he was heading into his second term.

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