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How low can they go?

December 02, 2013 J,

The President’s approval ratings continue to plummet.

Here in Ohio, the President’s job approval and trustworthy numbers are lower than in any other state according to a recent poll conducted by Quinnipiac University.

The significant decline is due in large part to ObamaCare, which Ohio voters oppose 59-35%.  If you would like to ask the President for an exemption to this failed and flawed healthcare law sign our petition.

President Obama’s approval rating has plunged in Ohio to 34%.   In addition, according to the poll, 57% of Ohioans find President Obama to untrustworthy.

These current numbers represent a drop of more than 30 points since President Obama’s high point in the polling, shortly after taking office.

Not surprisingly, the biggest drop has occurred since the unsuccessful rollout of ObamaCare.  In less than 12 months, the President’s approval has declined about 20 points and 45% of Ohioans now say that they expect their own health care to be worse rather than better a year from now.

If you believe ObamaCare has been a disaster and want an exemption, ask for one!

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