The Rasmussen Reports Daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday, April 5, the day after Easter Sunday:
Strongly Approve 34%
Strongly Disapprove 41%
Presidential Approval Index rating = -7%
I wrote a post on March 19 regarding the Rasmussen Reports Daily Presidential Tracking Poll for that day. On March 19 the Presidential Approval Index rating was -21%.
According to Rasmussen Reports, the number has gone up from -21% to -7% due to the overwhelming support Obama has received from Democrats since the passing of Obama's Health Bill.
Also according to Rasmussen Reports, the number of voters listed in the Strongly Disapprove category has remained 40% for months due to the fact that Obama's Health Bill has had either a slight effect or no effect on Republican and unaffiliated voters. Similarly, 53% of Americans now trust Republicans more than Democrats on the issue of health care.
Rasmussen Reports Poll Information from:
Daily Presidential Tracking Poll
Monday, April 05, 2010
Conservative Wordsmith Commentary:
I think it is a good sign that American voters trust Republicans more than Democrats on the issue of Health Care.
It would be better if the number increased from 53% to, say, 93%. It would be equally good if American voters would learn to trust Republicans more than Democrats about other issues as well.
America's voters need to learn the truth about Republicans; American voters should read more about American history in relationship to the Republican party. As a starter, I recommend you read my post:
Republicans Yesterday and Today: Historical Document Reveals Conservative Ideals