Obama’s ratings take a hit in new Quinnipiac poll

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WASHINGTON–A new Quinnipiac University poll released on Wednesday concludes that President Obama’s ratings have declined–and he may be in trouble with independents.

Over at pollwatchdaily.com, Bruce Drake takes a look at the Quinnipiac survey conducted March 22-28 –and puts it in the context of other Obama presidential polling.

Quinnipiac on Wednesday:

42 percent Obama approve

48 percent Obama disapprove

10 percent undecided

Click below for PDF of Quinnipiac U. poll

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