AP-GfK Poll: Obama popular but doubts on progress

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
January 21, 2011 12:16

 
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WASHINGTON  — An overwhelming majority of Americans like US President Barack Obama, but most say he hasn't accomplished much on two top goals — fixing the sluggish economy and changing how Washington works, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll midway through his presidency.

Half of those surveyed say he deserves a second term, and independents, whose support will be critical in 2012, are evenly divided on that question. Obama is getting the benefit of the doubt despite concerns about his policies, a reflection based in large part on his likability.


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