According to polling data, U.S. President Barack Obama, is on track to lose the 2012 election, as he is performing poorly in swing states. An article on the Examiner website asks why. It's simple, the public is tired of suffering under terrible financial burdens that have only gotten worse, while Obama experiments with economic patch jobs that keep breaking down again.
The president is not using the correct methods of finance and budgeting the correct the economy. There are no proven results present in his presidency, because in 2009 he took the unusual step of eliminating fiscal discipline from the national budget, in favor of excessive spending, where his campaign donors made out like bandits. In politics, people want results and when they don't see them its goodbye for that politician.
Why is the 'Obama Train' Derailing in All Twelve Swing States?
In the dozen swing states where voters will decide the 2012 presidential election, a new Gallup/USA Today poll shows President Obama losing to the current Republican frontrunners by significant margins...
The Hill Poll: Obama Won’t Win Re-Election
Monday, 19 Dec 2011 11:52 AM - A plurality of likely voters believes President Barack Obama will lose his re-election bid next year, according to a new poll by The Hill. The survey showed 46 percent of respondents think Obama will lose, while 41 percent believe he will win.
Among independents, who will likely determine the election’s outcome, 43 percent see Obama getting re-elected and 40 percent don’t. That 3-percentage-point gap matches the poll’s margin of error.
Given those numbers, it’s not too surprising that voters don’t give the president high marks for his first term. A majority 51 percent of respondents regard Obama as either a failure (37 percent) or not very successful (14 percent). Meanwhile, 48 percent say he was either very successful (16 percent) or somewhat successful (32 percent)...