Even the New York Times has seen the handwriting on the Wall.
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The legislative wrangling over the health care reform bill that became law last week has not translated into improved poll ratings for any of the principal participants.
In the latest CBS News Poll, 44 percent approve of how President Obama is handling his job, down from 49 percent in a poll taken just before the health care bill passed in the House of Representatives. Mr. Obama received a 41 percent disapproval rating in both surveys.
The public is particularly unhappy with Mr. Obama's management of health care. Only a third, 34 percent, approve of the president's handling of health care, down from 41 percent before the health care bill passed. Fifty-five percent disapprove, including a majority of Republicans and independents. While most Democrats approve of how Mr. Obama is handling health care, almost a third disapprove.
The public's impression of both Democratic Congressional leaders — Representative Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the House, and Senator Harry Reid, the majority leader of the Senate — has become increasingly negative. According to the latest USA Today/Gallup poll, Mr. Reid is better known since the last time Gallup asked about him in November 2008. His favorable rating is now 29 percent, basically unchanged from the earlier poll when 27 percent had a favorable view. But his negative number has increased from 30 percent in 2008 to 45 percent in the latest poll.
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