by Tom Borelli
The bad news about ObamaCare continues to slam President Obama’s public approval and Democrats.
The latest daily tracking poll by Gallup found just 39 percent approve of his job performance while 54 percent disapprove. Obama’s approval has dropped significantly from a year ago (December 16-18) when 56 percent approved and only 38 disapproved of his work as president.
Importantly, Obama’s negative ratings are also affecting the image of Democrats and the party is trying to raise funds by warning its supporters of how bad ObamaCare is harming its prospects for the 2014 election. A generic congressional poll by CNN/ORC gave Republicans a 49-44 lead for the upcoming 2014 elections.
From The New York Post:
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, the party’s House campaign arm, immediately sent out an e-mail appeal for cash, citing the “tough news.”
“The latest Republican assault on ObamaCare has proven to be dangerously effective. If we don’t respond to Republican smears with the facts right now, the damage to the Affordable Care Act AND our chances in 2014 could be irreversible,” wrote the group’s “rapid response” team.
Naturally, the bad news for Obama and the Democrats correlates with the continued woes of ObamaCare.
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