Poll Update

Obama Job Approval - Strongly Disapprove 35%, Somewhat Approve 31% (Saint Leo University Polling Institute 3/16-3/18/14)

Population 1,009 Adults
Margin of Error ±3.0 percentage points
Polling Method Internet
Source Saint Leo University
This poll asked respondents 12 questions tracked by HuffPost Pollster. Read our FAQ.

1) Obama Job Approval

Asked of 1,009 adults
Strongly Approve 16%
Somewhat Approve 31%
Somewhat Disapprove 14%
Strongly Disapprove 35%
Undecided 3%

2) Congress Job Approval

Asked of 1,009 adults
Strongly Approve 5%
Somewhat Approve 11%
Somewhat Disapprove 25%
Strongly Disapprove 54%
Undecided 4%

3) Hillary Clinton Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,009 adults
Somewhat Unfavorable 13%
Not at all favorable 27%
Somewhat favorable 30%
Strongly favorable 24%

4) Joe Biden Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,009 adults
Somewhat Unfavorable 18%
Not at all favorable 31%
Somewhat favorable 31%
Strongly favorable 14%

5) Schweitzer, Brian - US - Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,009 adults
Somewhat Unfavorable 11%
Not at all favorable 7%
Somewhat favorable 12%
Strongly favorable 6%

6) Martin O'Malley Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,009 adults
Somewhat Unfavorable 12%
Not at all favorable 9%
Somewhat favorable 13%
Strongly favorable 6%

7) Rand Paul Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,009 adults
Somewhat Unfavorable 17%
Not at all favorable 22%
Somewhat favorable 22%
Strongly favorable 13%

8) Chris Christie Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,009 adults
Somewhat Unfavorable 26%
Not at all favorable 20%
Somewhat favorable 29%
Strongly favorable 10%

9) Paul Ryan Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,009 adults
Somewhat Unfavorable 15%
Not at all favorable 23%
Somewhat favorable 27%
Strongly favorable 13%

10) Ted Cruz Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,009 adults
Somewhat Unfavorable 12%
Not at all favorable 28%
Somewhat favorable 22%
Strongly favorable 13%

11) Jeb Bush Favorable Rating

Asked of 1,009 adults
Somewhat Unfavorable 19%
Not at all favorable 22%
Somewhat favorable 29%
Strongly favorable 13%

12) Party Identification

Asked of 1,009 adults
Democrat 38%
Republican 36%
independent 23%
Some other party 1%
Undecided 2%