Poll: Obama Still Stalled

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Bloomberg survey shows likely voters split down the middle 47-48 on president’s approval rating, while 64% say nation is on the wrong track.

Conducted Oct. 7-10, error margin 3.7 points.

On midterms:

42% say they’re leaning toward Dem candidate, while 40% favor the GOP candidate.

67% say they’re “more likely” to vote for a candidate who has “worked cooperatively with the other party,” while 59% say they’re “more likely” to vote for a candidate who supports gov’t spending to create jobs and stimulate the economy.

On Afghanistan:

60% consider the war “a lost cause,” while 31% believe U.S. can still win.

On health care law:

47% think it should be repealed, 42% do not think it should be repealed.

Related Topics: Bloomberg National Poll, Poll, Democratic Party, Midterm Elections, Polls, Republican Party

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