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53% of Americans Approved of Obama’s Speech, Now Released with “Enhanced” Features

According to the new survey, 71% of speech watchers said the president’s policies will move the country in the right direction, with 26% saying Obama’s polices will take the nation in the wrong direction. The 71% of speech watchers who said the president’s polices will move the country in the right direction is up six points from before the speech. – CNN Poll: 53% who watched speech give president thumbs up

DEMOCRATS comprised the majority of the audience last night and they approved of President Obama’s speech. No surprises there or that right-leaning cable pundits panned it.

If you want to know what will be the outcome of what Obama suggested, read the NRO op-ed.

(Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)

(Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)

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One Response to 53% of Americans Approved of Obama’s Speech, Now Released with “Enhanced” Features

  1. lynnette February 13, 2013 at 10:07 pm #

    I really liked the President’s speech. You can tell he has a more relaxed and confident stride. He has come into his own, with running for re-election no longer a worry. I like the bolder Obama! I am very glad he brought up voting and gun control – both issues that I think he takes very personally. It was hard not to tear up, seeing the parents and loved ones of gun violence victims. I can see from the speech that President Obama will try to accomplish as much as he can, piece by piece. I think he has the correct strategies to get something done, and it’s a good thing he is such a savvy politician. He may be the best politician I have ever seen. I’m proud of him and am pulling for him. Progressives need to keep pushing him… and Congress. I do feel the country is currently supporting center-left policies such as gay marriage, Medicare, Social Security, some gun control measures, education, Wall Street reform, etc.

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