33% of Americans see Obama as the worst post-war president
It's not quite a Nobel Peace Prize, but unlike it, this award is thoroughly deserved.
More Americans consider Barack Obama to be the worst President since World War II than they do any other president, according to a new poll.
The Quinnipiac poll out Wednesday found that 33% of Americans see Obama as the worst post-war president, while just 8% consider him the best. Another 28% see former President George W. Bush as the worst. Richard Nixon, the only American President ever to resign in disgrace, was picked the worst by 13%, according to the poll.
And 45% of Americans think the U.S. would be better off if Mitt Romney had been elected President in 2012, according to the poll, while 38% think the country would be worse off.
Ronald Reagan was the most common answer among those surveyed for the best President since World War II, with 35% choosing the Republican icon. Another 18% chose Bill Clinton, and 15% chose John F. Kennedy.
Democrats were really hoping for an icon, instead they got an anchor dragging them down. The left won, but nuked the Democratic Party to do it.
That 8% is in its own way quite telling. Despite the whole cult of personality, hardly anyone, even Democrats, are willing to call Obama the best president. They're already fleeing back to hazy memories of Clinton while preparing for this election. Obama is yesterday's news.
Among Democrats, 18 percent call Obama the best president. 34 percent claim that Bill Clinton was the best president. That's right. Better than JFK, in the back of the line at another 18 percent. Why? Because Hillary 2016, that's why. The cult of personality is always being updated.