The Vindication Of Barack Obama: A 58 Percent Public Opinion Approval Rating In His Last Months In Office!

Barack Obama will go down as one of the top quarter of American Presidents, and finally, public opinion has caught up with reality.

Obama now sports a 58 percent rating, a level he had not reached since his first year in office, 2009.

Through thick and thin, crises, intransigence, and challenge, Obama has emerged as a path breaking President who has transformed America in many ways.

He has shown courage, principle, determination, and has added class and dignity to the Oval Office.

He will be much missed when he retires on January 20, 2017.

Those who are his critics, and in many cases his dire enemies, who have wished him ill and even death, will go into the dustbin of history in an unflattering way, while Obama will shine as, in the estimate of this author, as number 11 out of 43 Presidents (counting Grover Cleveland only once), and will, over time, end up in the top ten of all Presidents.

The Obama years have been historic, and will have a great impact on the future of the United States!

2 comments on “The Vindication Of Barack Obama: A 58 Percent Public Opinion Approval Rating In His Last Months In Office!

  1. Mike September 23, 2016 8:12 am

    Professor, how much of his recent rise in approval rating do you think is due to the unpopularity of the two nominees running as his replacement?

    I’m not sure if you would agree with me, but I do think that the fact that both of the nominees are vastly seen in a negative light by many if not most Americans is a major reason for his rise in approval rating. This is not a knock on President Obama, just what I see to be true.

    Given the two choices we have, someone like me, who is not a huge fan of the President but respects him and tries to be fair, can say, “Well, Barack Obama doesn’t seem so bad after all.” LOL

  2. Ronald September 23, 2016 4:34 pm

    Mike, I think you might be right to some extent in what you say!

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