100 Day Survey Results

Public Opinion Strategies just completed a national survey of voters, drilling down on attitudes both toward Barack Obama and toward the Republican Party.

Along with key measures of attitudes toward the President, the Congress, and the Republican Party, the survey takes an in-depth look at attitudes towards Obama’s economic policies, concerns about his Presidency, his ideology, potential GOP messaging, the Tea Parties, and social networking sites.

We have already poste a few articles on the blog, and will continue to do so throughout the week.  Check back daily.

Click here for a printable PDF of the file below.

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