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And The Polls Say “What? Obama Gave A Speech?”

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2011/09/11


That’s right, folks. According to the Rasmussen 3-day average, the voting public didn’t even notice Obama gave a speech to Congress.

Thursday, September 8, before Obama’s speech, Obama’s Rasmussen numbers were:
Strongly Approve/Strongly Disapprove Approve/Disapprove Approval Index
20/42 43/56 -22

The next 3 days (which would slowly remove the pre-speech and replace with the post-speech):
19/43 42/56 -24
20/43 42/56 -23
21/43 42/55 -22

So, Obama’s pre-speech numbers showed him 13 points underwater in the overall and 22 points underwater in the passion index, while Obama’s post-speech numbers showed him 13 points underwater in the overall and 22 points underwater in the passion index, for no change whatsoever. May as well forget about the speech entirely, because it moved nothing. President Irrelevant to the snooze bar.

3 Responses to “And The Polls Say “What? Obama Gave A Speech?””

  1. Dana Pico said

    Did they even watch it?

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