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According to Rasmussen Reports only 26%.
Of voters trust -- Obama's judgment on the economy.
Here's the key number though 55%.
Trust Bill Clinton new law that President Obama on the Scott Rasmussen from Rasmussen Reports is in New Jersey that so is a Blockbuster poll is not.
Well it's certainly a Blockbuster poll if you're name -- and Barack Obama I think what really tells us is what Bill Clinton was president during the modern equivalent of the roaring twenties.
People -- good feelings about that Bill Clinton talked about the era of big government being over he talks about extending the Bush Administration tax cuts.
President Obama is saying we need to put more resources into the public sector for most Americans that's a losing proposition they think that will hurt the economy.
Yeah I mean that they support Bill Clinton because he's established the middle ground ice alerting president -- -- on the left so that going for him of a President Obama.
But what's the latest tracking poll when you go and look at all -- his overall Obama Romney.
Romney is up by a single point today 46% to 45%.
If we put together our full week numbers going back over the last nine weeks of each week.
Well President Obama has never led.
Romney generally ahead by a point or so on a week in week out basis.
Lot of -- -- do with the bad economic news story I heard you talking about this fed report ever what do you Washington is talking as if this is some surprise.
Consumers understand it back in January 2007 consumer confidence by our standard was at 118 point eight.
It's down more than thirty points today from that level this is not a surprise to anybody outside of Washington.
Now you also you are saying that -- that you all polls show -- -- satisfaction.
With this -- was this in -- -- -- -- in pub or as a nation of America decided that the huge net -- declined.
You'll polls showed that that would have happened it showed the people were very unhappy about it and this goes back a few years.
It sure does in fact four years ago.
80% of homeowners said their home was worth more than they paid for down to 49%.
Today that's the collapse the cause at all.
People -- consumer confidence is way down their perceptions of their own personal finances are down perceptions of where we're heading as a nation are down.
This is you know -- -- the reason the President Obama is struggling is the reason getting back -- that lead poll that people remember Bill Clinton a whole lot more fondly.
So yeah there a political implications from that report on the decline in net was -- as a negative for President Obama.
It is Scott Rasmussen always good stuff that was excellent thank -- very much for joining us it was a --