Epic Obama Fail: Supreme Court Popularity Rising


If Obama thought that his rhetoric against the Supreme Court was going to harm their popularity, he seems to have miscalculated badly.

Just before the highly publicized hearing on the constitutionality of President Obama’s health care law, ratings for the U.S. Supreme Court had fallen to the lowest level ever measured by Rasmussen Reports. Now, following the hearings, approval of the court is way up.

Forty-one percent (41%) of Likely U.S. Voters now rate the Supreme Court’s performance as good or excellent, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. That’s up 13 points from 28% in mid-March and is the court’s highest ratings in two-and-a-half years.

Nineteen percent (19%) still rate the court’s work record as poor, unchanged from last month.

With the President being underwater in his approval ratings right now (subject to change of course), it was a no-brainer to predict that his attack on the Supreme Court would fall flat. People simply trust the Supreme Court, divided as it is, more than they trust the hyper-partisan Obama. They’ve seen through the hopey-changey smoke and mirrors, and the true leftist radical Obama scares them (except for the radical lefties in the populace).

It’s highly unlikely that he’ll get the message and stop railing against the Supreme Court, though, because they threaten his power, and to him, that’s intolerable.

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Conservative Wanderer is currently Editor-in-Chief of That's Freedom You Hear! That means anything that goes wrong can be blamed on him. Previously he was a contributor to the PJ Tatler.

3 responses to “Epic Obama Fail: Supreme Court Popularity Rising”

  1. Jim Sylvester says :

    I can’t believe that I read this. Your numbers are WRONG! The Pew poll has SCOTUS at 52%, down six points from 2010. And the Supreme Court’s approval has NEVER been at 28% in the history of polling. Its DISapproval rating is 20%. I’ve heard and read these numbers several times over the past couple of days. What planet has this conservative wandered too?

    • Conservative Wanderer says :

      I’m sure you can provide a link to the Pew poll you’re referring to.

      And you seem to have missed that I am talking about a Rasmussen poll, not a Pew poll. The links to the Rasmussen polls are right there in the article, anyone can view them and confirm what I am saying for themselves.

    • Patrick Richardson says :

      Planet consensus reality apparently. What universe are you in?

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