President Obama’s approval rating has dropped back into negative territory in a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, accompanying record-low ratings for dealing with terrorism following deadly attacks in Paris. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds 46 percent approve of Obama while 50 percent disapprove, a reversal from a 51-45 positive margin in October, which marked his best score in more than two years.
Just Days After The Terror Attack In Paris, Kerry Claimed That We Were Able To “Neutralize” Al Qaeda As An “Effective Force.” KERRY: “We began our fight against al Qaeda in 2001 and it took us quite a few years before we were able to eliminate Osama bin Laden and the top leadership and neutralize them as an effective force.
Clinton’s legacy as Secretary of State is all over the map, but is unified by one central feature: failure. Hover over the icons below to get the full details, and access key highlights below:
51 Percent Of Americans View Clinton Negatively, “The Second Time In Three Polls Since August That She’s Been Viewed Unfavorably By More Than Half The Public, And Only The Third Time This Has Happened In Nearly 50 ABC/Post Polls Back To 1992.”