According to a new CNBC All-America Economic survey, Americans’ confidence in President Obama’s economic leadership reaches new lows. CNBC,
Just 24 percent of Americans say they are extremely or quite confident in Obama’s economic policies and goals, down from 33 percent when the question was last asked in June 2013, the previous low-point of the Obama presidency. And 44 percent of the public say they have no confidence at all in the president on the economy, tied with the prior low in August 2012. (Prior surveys were conducted by the NBC/Wall Street Journal).
The CNBC survey found the president’s economic leadership lacking majority support of every single demographic group, including only 45 percent of Democrats saying they are extremely or quite confident in the president when it comes to the economy. Even those doing best in the economy have muted views of the president.
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