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1 14 January 2010 Polling was conducted by telephone January 12-13, 2010, in the evenings. The total sample is 900 registered voters nationwide with a margin of error of 3 percentage points. Results are of registered voters, unless otherwise noted. LV = likely voters Democrats n=352, ±5; Republicans n=307, ±6; Independents n=182, ±7 1. Do you approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as president? *** President Obama Job Ratings Summary *** Approve approve (Don t know) Latest (12-13 Jan 10) 50% 42 8 High (27-28 Jan 09) 65% Low (17-18 Nov 09) 46% 46 8 Average 55% Jan 10 50% 42 8 Independents 49% 44 7 Democrats 84% Jul 09 54% 38 8 Republicans 13% 81 6 Democrats 86% 8 6 Independents 45% Republicans 17% Dec 09 50% 44 7 Independents 54% Democrats 86% Jun 09 62% 31 8 Republicans 18% 74 8 Democrats 88% 8 4 Independents 44% 48 8 Republicans 28% Nov 09 46% 46 8 Independents 66% 26 9 Democrats 85% May 09 60% 30 9 Republicans 15% 80 4 Democrats 93% 5 2 Independents 34% Republicans 23% Oct 09 50% Independents 57% Democrats 84% Apr 09 62% 29 8 Republicans 15% 79 7 Democrats 92% 4 4 Independents 49% Republicans 24% Oct 09 49% 45 6 Independents 57% Democrats 85% Mar-1 Apr 09 58% 32 9 Republicans 11% 82 6 Democrats 90% 5 5 Independents 42% Republicans 23% Sep 09 50% 42 8 Independents 52% Democrats 84% Mar 09 63% Republicans 16% 78 7 Democrats 92% 3 4 Independents 46% Republicans 30% Sep 09 54% 39 8 Independents 61% Democrats 85% Feb 09 60% Republicans 17% Democrats 90% 5 5 Independents 51% 42 7 Republicans 29% Aug 09 53% 40 7 Independents 62% Democrats 87% Jan 09 65% Republicans 16% 76 8 Democrats 85% 2 12

2 Republicans 37% Independents 64% Do you approve or disapprove of the job Congress is doing? Jan 10 27% Aug 08 20% 73 7 Democrats 46% Jul 08 21% Republicans 8% Jun 08 19% Independents 18% Apr 08 22% RECENT TREND Mar 08 20% Dec 09 33% Feb 08 22% Nov 09 26% Jan 08 22% Oct 09 24% Dec 07 25% Sep 09 27% Nov 07 26% Aug 09 30% Oct 07 25% Jul 09 30% Oct 07 24% May 09 41% Sep 07 24% Mar-1 Apr 09 38% Sep 07 32% Mar 09 41% Aug 07 24% Feb 09 39% Jun 07 29% Jan 09 40% May 07 32% Jan 09 23% Apr 07 35% Dec 08 20% Mar 07 30% Nov 08 18% Feb 07 32% Nov 08 LV 18% Jan 07 33% Oct 08 17% Jan 07 32% Oct 08 LV 18% Nov 06 LV 29% Oct 08 19% Oct 06 LV 31% Oct 08 LV 18% Sep 06 LV 29% Oct 08 13% Aug 06 24% Sep 08 17% Aug 06 24% Sep 08 23% Another way to think about performance is to give grades like students get in school, A, B, C, D and F. Next week President Obama will have been in office for one year -- what grade would you give him? Please feel free to add a plus or minus to your grade choice. All Dem Rep Ind A 11% 21% 1% 6% (A+ 3%) 7-2 (A 6%) (A- 2%) 3-1 B 36% 55% 12% 41% (B+ 9%) (B 21%) (B- 6%) C 25% 19% 30% 28% (C+ 6%) (C 14%) (C- 5%) D 15% 3% 33% 7% (D+ 2%) (D 9%) (D- 4%) F 12% 1% 23% 14% Don t know

3 Questions 4-6 released separately 7. How satisfied are you with the way things are going in the country today -- are you very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, not very satisfied or not at all satisfied? SCALE: 1. Very satisfied 2. Somewhat satisfied 3. Not very satisfied 4. Not at all satisfied 5. (Don't know) -- Satisfied Not satisfied -- TOTAL Vry Smwht TOTAL Ntvy Not (DK) Jan 10 35% Democrats 55% Republicans 15% Independents 32% Aug 09 38% Apr 09 46% Jan 09 20% Overall, do you think the country is better off or worse off today than it was a year ago? Better Worse (Same) (Don t know) Jan 10 45% Democrats 71% Republicans 13% Independents 50% Oct 09 42% Jan 06 32% Are you and your family better off or worse off today than you were a year ago? Better Worse (Same) (Don t know) Jan 10 28% Democrats 40% Republicans 16% Independents 21% As of now, do you think Barack Obama is meeting, exceeding or falling below expectations? Meeting Exceeding Falling below (Too soon expectations expectations expectations to tell) (Don t know) Jan 10 36% Democrats 58% Republicans 11% Independents 35% Oct 09 40% Mar 09 52% Jan 09 53% Is President Obama a stronger leader than you expected, a weaker leader, or about what you expected? Stronger leader Weaker leader Same as than expected than expected expected (Don t know) Jan 10 14% Democrats 25% Republicans 5% Independents 11% Nov 09 17%

4 ROTATE NEXT TWO QUESTIONS 12. If John McCain had become president, do you think he would be doing a better job, a worse job, or about the same kind of job as President Obama? Better Worse Same as (Don't know) Jan 10 26% Democrats 5% Republicans 55% Independents 22% If Hillary Clinton had become president, do you think she would be doing a better job, a worse job, or about the same kind of job as President Obama? Better Worse Same as (Don't know) Jan 10 25% Democrats 21% Republicans 29% Independents 27% Questions released separately 19. Which ONE of the following issues do you want President Obama to focus on this year? (RANDOMIZE 1-4) All Dem Rep Ind 1. The economy and jobs 48% 47% 52% 44% 2. Health care Terrorism and national security Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (None of these/other) (All) (Don't know) On a scale of excellent, good, only fair and poor, how would you rate economic conditions today? Excellent Good Only fair Poor (Don t know) Jan 10 1% Democrats 2% Republicans -% Independents 1% Apr 09 4% Jan 09 1% Sep 08 1% Oct 07 8% Oct 06 LV 9% Apr 06 6% Dec 05 5% Dec 04 4% Oct 04 LV 4% Aug 04 6% May 04 3% Feb 04 3% Jan 04 3% Nov 03 2% Sep 03 1% Aug 03 1% Jun 03 1% Apr 03 1% Mar 03 1% Jan 03 1%

5 8-9 Oct 02 LV 5% Jul 02 1% Apr-1 May 02 3% Jan 02 2% Sep 01 4% Jul 01 4% Apr 01 4% Mar 01 3% Feb 01 5% Jan 01 9% Oct 00 LV 19% Jun 00 13% Oct 99 3% Oct 98 LV 12% Oct 98 11% Oct 98 LV 10% Oct 98 11% Sep 98 12% Do you think the Obama administration has made the economy better or worse? Better Worse (No difference) (Don't know) Jan 10 40% Democrats 69% Republicans 12% Independents 35% Jul 09 40% Do you think the country is currently in a recession? Yes No (Don't know) Jan 10 82% 16 2 Democrats 79% 20 1 Republicans 88% 10 2 Independents 82% Who do you think is more responsible for the current state of the economy - - President Obama, former President Bush or Congress? (ROTATE) Obama Bush Congress (Combination) (Other)(Don't know) Jan 10 6% Democrats 4% Republicans 9% Independents 7% For reference: Who do you think is more responsible for the current state of the economy -- Barack Obama or George W. Bush? (ROTATE) Obama Bush (Both equally) (Other) (Don't know) Oct 09 18% Jul 09 16% Do you think Americans are starting to rely too much on the government and not enough on themselves? Yes No (Don't know) Jan 10 73% 24 4 Democrats 60% 36 4 Republicans 88% 9 2 Independents 70% Feb 09 76% 20 3

6 POLITICAL IDENTIFICATION: When you think about politics, do you think of yourself as a Democrat or a Republican? Democrat Republican (Independent) (Other) (Refused/Don t know) Jan 10 39% Dec 09 38% Nov 09 38% Oct 09 40% Oct 09 41% Sep 09 41% Sep 09 42% Aug 09 39% Jul 09 40% Jun 09 40% May 09 42% Apr 09 42% Mar-1 Apr 09 42% Mar 09 40% Feb 09 42% Jan 09 44% Jan 09 42% Dec 08 43% Nov 08 LV 42% Oct 08 LV 41% Oct 08 LV 43% Nov 08 41% Oct 08 40% Oct 08 43%

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