Obama's right on track isn't he. The similarities go further than just the polling. Jimmy Carter had a stimulus that failed, Obama has a stimulus that failed. Carter had an energy policy that failed, Obama has an energy policy that's failing. Carter had a foreign policy that failed, Obama has a foreign policy that's failing as we speak. Radical Islam taking over countries that formerly weren't radical with Obama's support and blessing. Eerie, how history repeats itself.Obama polling like Carter
By BYRON TAU | 12/02/11 6:40 AM
Gallup has some historical perspective on President Obama's current 43 percent approval rating. The polling firm finds that only Jimmy Carter had an approval rating lower at this point in his presidency:
President Obama's 43% average job approval rating last month ranks as one of the lowest for an elected president in November of his third year in office. Only Jimmy Carter had a lower rating, at 40%. But Carter's rating surged in late November 1979 because of a rally in support after the onset of the Iranian Hostage Crisis, and he averaged above 50% in December. All recently elected presidents were at or above 50% in December of their third year in office.
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