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President Barack faces numerous crises, any of which can threaten his Presidency, the nation's security, public, and the state of our economy. While critics and opponents are having a field day charging that Mr. Obama is probably not up to the job, the public doesn't appear to be giving up on him. The new Zogby Analytics Poll, conducted online October 15-16, indicates that the President's approval rating has actually bounced up from 43% in September to 46%. The nationwide poll of 887 likely voters has a margin of sampling error of +/-3.4 percentage points.
Pollster John Zogby reports in our weekly White House report card that President Obama, despite his efforts, is losing the confidence of the nation over his handling of Ebola.
How United States Presidents are viewed by history can change - sometimes dramatically - over time. Woodrow Wilson was barely re-elected in 1916, rejected by the Senate and voters in his bid for a League of Nations, and kept his party from winning back the White House for 12 years -- but he has landed in the Top Ten Greatest Presidents in every survey of historians ever taken. Harry Truman left office in 1953 with perhaps the lowest polls of any American President, only to emerge in pretty much everyone's Top Ten (or twelve) since. Bill Clinton was reviled and even impeached but is very popular with voters and historians today. Eight years of peace and prosperity, a budget surplus, and ownership of his opponents' issues can do wonders for a leader.