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29 April 2014


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If you look at the polling results by political identification, the vast majority of republicans disapprove, independents disapprove with a smaller majority and a sizeable majority of democrats approve.

I think it's more an issue of political branding more than anything else--just like ford guys v. chevy guys.

I believe it took the last 2 years of the Bush administration for Bush's republican approval ratings to slip below 60%, so perhaps that will be Obama's future, but it seems to take quite a bit for political realism to trump branding, imho.

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