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(Huffington Post)   Is Obama's approval up, down, all around? In a boat? On a goat? In the sky? Boy am I high. Got the munchies, it's time for lunchies   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 7
    More: Interesting, President Obama, American voters, Quinnipiac Poll, positive economics, Marist, rolling average, Mark DiCamillo, Pew Research  
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2013-12-11 09:07:41 AM  
Has anyone asked Nate Silver?
 
2013-12-11 09:09:52 AM  
Yes.
 
2013-12-11 09:15:33 AM  
Would he could he in the rain, could he would he on a train.  No he would not could not in the rain. He could not would not in the train.
 
2013-12-11 09:16:49 AM  
Regardless, with these kind of numbers, he won't be re-elected. But he might just help some more Democrats get into office.
 
2013-12-11 09:29:33 AM  

jtrockville: Has anyone asked Nate Silver?


I think he's decided not to wrestle with pigs anymore.
 
2013-12-11 02:35:41 PM  
Wait... his numbers have been sliding all year and they are still at 45% approval? That's not bad. G. W. Bush would have invaded a country on a lie and killed tens of thousands of people for approval numbers like those.
 
2013-12-11 05:06:23 PM  
Obama's approval rating really draws a crowd, what with how important it actually is.
 
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