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Tuesday, 27 November 2012 11:21
Poll: Obama, GOP, Tea Party, Clinton, Boehner, Susan Rice, Christie favorability stats

obama-smileNew summary of poll numbers are out and from the information provided by Ron Faucheux of Clarus.



There is some very favorability interesting results relating to President Barack Obama, the Republican Party, the Tea Party, Hillary Clinton, John Boehner, John Kerry and Susan Rice (who are being discussed as possible replacements for Secretary of State,  and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie who has been dealing with the devastations from Hurricane Sandy.





Democratic Party: 51%/41%

Republican Party: 38%/53%

Tea Party movement: 32%/50%


(among U.S.adults nationwide)


Hillary Clinton: 67%/28%

John Kerry: 40%/37%

John Boehner: 36%/35%

Susan Rice: 35%/26%

Harry Reid: 30%/34%



Gov. Chris Christie: 72%/21%

Senate Pres. Stephen Sweeney: 30%/21%

Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver: 23%/16%

State Assembly: 40%/33%

State Senate: 45%/33%


Which major party presidential nominee since 1900 lost his home state twice?

(see answer below)


Presidential job rating average based on the three most recently reported nationwide polls.

* CNN/ORC, Nov. 16-18

** Quinnipiac, Nov. 19-25


Adlai Stevenson. He lost home state Illinois in 1952 by 10 points and in 1956 by 19 points.


Clarus Research Group is a nonpartisan polling firm based in Washington, D.C., specializing in survey research for businesses, associations, nonprofits and media organizations. For more information, contact Dr. Faucheux at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or go to our website at www.ClarusRG.com.

Clarus Research Group cannot attest to the reliability or methodology of surveys that it does not conduct.

Copyright 2012 © Ronald A. Faucheux 

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