President Obama has earned a grade of “F” for his performance in office.
He received a failing mark in an MSNBC unscientific online survey after having spent less than two months in the White House.
In its “Give President Obama a Grade” survey, MSNBC asked more than 109,000 repondents, “If you were grading Barack Obama on his performance as president, what would he get?”
More than half of all respondents – or 60 percent – gave Obama an “F.”
Only 16 percent said the president has earned an “A,” while 6.4 percent gave him a “B,” 5 percent answered a “C” and 12 percent said he has earned a “D.”
Meanwhile, Rasmussen Reports’ daily presidential tracking poll for March 10, 2009, shows that 38 percent of voters strongly approve of Obama’s performance. While the approval rating has remained between 38 and 42 percent since Inauguration Day, a full 32 percent now strongly disapprove of his performance – the highest disapproval rating yet.
Nearly 56 percent of the 1,500 voters somewhat approve of the president’s performance, while 43 percent disapprove.
According to the report, Obama’s Republican opposition has doubled since he took office.
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