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Why Obama's Still in the Race Despite the Bad Economy

vietnamvet Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 11:03 AM
"The president does benefit from a belief that he inherited a bad economy and that the recession was created by the Bush administration." Why does the President benefit from that? Don't people remember that Obama WATCHED the economy falter ... even HELPED it go ... and then BEGGED the American people to let HIM be 'the one' to fix it? Rassmussen takes polls of people's opinion. This odds-maker breaks down the groups of Obama supporters which will not be i his camp this year.
wiseone Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 11:25 AM

Thanks for the link.

It looks like Obama has lost support all across the political spectrum.

There are plenty of reasons that the economy is the most important issue of Election 2012.

Unemployment has remained high for a long time, and even 27 percent of those who have a job are worried about losing it. Only half of homeowners now believe their home is worth more than what they still owe on it. Just 16 percent believe that today's children will be better off than their parents.

These numbers present a real challenge for President Obama. Americans today rate their own financial health just about the same as they did on the day he...