This past week our reader poll focused on predicting what Obama's public approval ratings would be like by Labor Day, 2010. The results?
Around 70% (all hail "The One"!) 3%
Around 60% (smooth sailin' for Dems in mid-terms) 5%
Around 50% (dicey mid-terms) 14%
Around 40% (ruh-roh!) 23%
Much less than 40% (Eject! Eject!) 55%
So it seems our readers don't see blue skies ahead for "the One" heading into next year's mid-term elections.
In fact, a total of 78% predict that his approval numbers will around 40% or less.
Now granted, our crowd might be a wee bit biased, but I think it's entirely possible when you consider the current state of the economy, and the "plans" that this group have to "fix" it, along with other plans to take advantage of the "crisis" and put America on the path to a European style social democracy.
Not what people wanted when they went to the polls last November.
And not what they'll want come November, 2010. Except then it will be more obvious to voters just where these people are heading.