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Where The President Stands with Voters – Issue by Issue

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

President Obama’s latest State of the Union speech is expected to be a laundry list of issues he considers important as he sets the nation’s course for the next four years.

Obama continues to enjoy some of the highest job approval ratings of his presidency in the daily Presidential Tracking Poll, even though just 39% of Likely U.S. Voters think the nation is heading in the right direction. Still, that’s a big improvement from a year ago at this time when only 29% felt that way.

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