Americans are tired of President Obama

More than half of the United States citizens do not want the re-election of the current US President Barack Obama for a second term.This is evidenced by the results of a survey conducted by the research service Gallup.Bolee half of the United States citizens do not want the re-election of the current US President Barack Obama for a second term.This is evidenced by results of a survey conducted by the Gallup research service.

unwillingness to see Obama as the winner of the presidential elections in 2012 said more than half of Americans surveyed - 51%.At the same time 46% of the more than a thousand US adults surveyed residents approve of Obama as head of the White House and believe that the current head of state to be re-elected for the next term.

As a result of another survey, conducted by the research service Rasmussen Reports, it was found out, that Obama's approval rating has fallen to a record low.Only 41% of the 1,500 Americans who participated in the study carried out approve of Obama's policies

.At the same time 58% of respondents have a negative attitude to the fact that makes the current head of state, said Itar-Tass.

As previously wrote Dni.Ru, recently rated the US president fell a record administration.For the first time in the last 50 years, the popularity of the US government has slipped to the level of 22%, while almost 80% do not trust the president's administration.These data led the influential American Sociological Research Center Pew Research Center.

So, 21% of Americans admitted that he feels outright anger against actions of the Obama administration, and another 56% were disappointed the policy pursued by the American president.Only less than 40% of Americans believe that the Obama administration is doing its job as "good" and "excellent."

Note US president's approval rating has fallen to a record low of 67% in February of last year, immediately after his inauguration.Thus, from the moment of his election, the US leader has missed almost 30% of the supporters.