Poll Update

Obama Job Approval - Health - Strongly Disapprove 42%, Somewhat Approve 22% (YouGov/Economist 2/7-2/9/10)

Population 1,000 Adults
Margin of Error ±4.9 percentage points
Polling Method Internet
Source YouGov/Economist [PDF]
This poll asked respondents 11 questions tracked by HuffPost Pollster. Read our FAQ.

Obama Job Approval - Health

Asked of 1000 Adults
Strongly Approve 17%
Somewhat Approve 22%
Somewhat Disapprove 11%
Strongly Disapprove 42%
Undecided 9%

Barack Obama Favorable Rating

Asked of 1000 Adults
1 Very Favorable 32%
2 Somewhat Favorable 20%
3 Somewhat Unfavorable 13%
4 Very Unfavorable 32%
5 Undecided 3%

Hillary Clinton Favorable Rating

Asked of 1000 Adults
Very Favorable 26%
Somewhat Favorable 33%
Somewhat Unfavorable 14%
Very Unfavorable 21%
Undecided 5%

Overall, given what you know about them, do you support or oppose the proposed changes to the health care system being developed by Congress and the Obama administration?

Asked of 1000 Adults
Favor 46%
Oppose 54%

Obama Job Approval - Economy

Asked of 1000 Adults
1 Strongly Approve 14%
2 Somewhat Approve 24%
3 Somewhat Disapprove 14%
4 Strongly Disapprove 40%
5 Undecided 7%

Palin, Sarah - US - Favorable Rating

Asked of 1000 Adults
Favorable 39%
Unfavorable 54%
Undecided 5%

Obama Job Approval

Asked of 1000 Adults
Approve 48%
Disapprove 47%
Undecided 6%
Asked of 363 Adults - Democrat
Approve 82%
Disapprove 14%
Undecided 4%
Asked of 250 Adults - Republican
Approve 11%
Disapprove 88%
Undecided 1%
Asked of 313 Adults - independent
Approve 41%
Disapprove 54%
Undecided 5%

Congress Job Approval

Asked of 1000 Adults
Approve 11%
Neither 15%
Disapprove 63%
Undecided 10%

US Right Direction Wrong Track

Asked of 1000 Adults
1 Right Direction 31%
2 Wrong Track 56%
3 Undecided 12%

US Economy - Better or Worse

Asked of 1000 Adults
Getting Better 24%
Staying the Same 34%
Getting Worse 38%
Undecided 4%

If the 2010 elections for U.S. Congress were being held today, who would you vote for in the district where you live?

Asked of 704 Registered Voters
Democrat 49%
Republican 41%
Undecided 10%