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Numbers Are Bad For Obama and Dems

March 21, 2009

On March 9, 2009, ccAdvertising completed a survey to a combined total of 50,000-homes in the continental United States. The homes were extracted from the ccAdvertising database.

This survey focused on issues of the day. Below is a summary of the results.

In Summary:

35.98% of respondents are optimistic about the economy.
45.02% of respondents voted for President Barack Obama.
55.80% of respondents have a favorable opinion of President Barack Obama. This is a decrease of 20% from his January 21, 2009 Inauguration Day levels.
33.94% of respondents have a favorable opinion of Congress. This is an increase of 7.18% from Election Day, November 4, 2008.
21.78% of respondents consider themselves to be better off now than they were two years ago. Two years ago, Democrats took control of the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives.
37.43% of respondents support the trillion-dollar bailout which the Democrat-controlled Congress passed and President Obama signed into law.
4.09% of respondents want Congress to take away their right to vote on whether they want to join a Union or not. This is commonly called “Card Check.”
26.28% of respondents support the “Fairness Doctrine,” which would require radio stations that carry Christian and Conservative content, to provide equal time, on air to those with opposing views, regardless of the quality or content of the opposing view.
84.06% of respondents want their taxes NOT raised and if possible cut.
57.11% of respondents support the United States efforts in Iraq. This is an increase of 5.74% from Election Day, November 4, 2008.
51.52% of respondents are employed.
24.48% of respondents are concerned about losing their jobs.
75.03% of respondents have Internet access at home.
76.85% of respondents own a mobile phone.


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