Gallup: Obama's Approval at All-Time Low--Among Liberals

By Terence P. Jeffrey | September 19, 2011 | 3:00pm EDT

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( - President Barack Obama's job approval among liberals tied its all-time low in the Gallup poll last week, according to survey data released today.

In the seven-day period that ended on Sept. 18, only 68 percent of liberals told Gallup they approved of the way Obama was handling his job as president. The president's job approval among liberals had previously dropped to 68 percent in the week that ended on Aug. 28. (However, it then rebounded slightly, rising to 71 percent in the week that ended on Sept. 4, before dropping to 69 percent in the week that ended on Sept. 11.)

As recently as the week that ended May 22, 2011, Obama's approval in the Gallup poll had been at 81 percent among liberals.

Obama's approval among liberals hit a high of 92 percent in the Gallup poll in the week that ended on May 10, 2009.

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