Voters coming around to Limbaugh's point of view on wanting Obama failure
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President Barack Obama enters the new year with a growing number of Americans pessimistic about his policies and a growing number rooting for him to fail, according to a new national poll.Republicans were elected to stop the Democrat agenda and that should be their primary objective. They are there to stop the spending and the control freak government pushed by Obama and the Democrats.
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But a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday also indicates that while a majority of the public says Republican control of the House of Representatives is good for the country, only one in four say the GOP will do a better job running things than the Democrats did when they controlled the chamber.
Sixty-one percent of people questioned in the poll say they hope the president's policies will succeed.
"That's a fairly robust number but it's down 10 points since last December," says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "Twelve months ago a majority of the public said that they thought Obama's policies would succeed; now that number has dropped to 44 percent, with a plurality predicting that his policies will likely fail."
Having seen what Obama is up to more people are coming around to the belief that they should root for his failure.