77% of Americans Think Obama Won't Be Remembered as a Great President

The messiah has left the building

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Last year, 41 percent of Americans thought that Obama would be remembered as a great president or one of the greatest. This year it's down to 22 percent.

When Obama began his term, only 8 percent of Americans thought he would be remembered as one of the worst. Last year it was up to 23 percent. This year it's 28 percent.

Another 16 percent view Obama as below average. 33 percent describe him as average.

When he first started, 19 percent of Americans thought he would be remembered as one of the greatest and 43 percent as great. Last year, 12 percent of Americans thought he would be remembered as one of the greatest. This year it's down to 6 percent.

These are Obama's worst scores ever. Even worse than during the midterm elections and the ObamaCare debate.

The dream is dead. The messiah has left the building and in his place is Pajama Boy,

 

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