WASHINGTON (Reuters) – On Thursday support for Barack Obama’s economic policy is at its lowest before the speech that U.S. President must decide on reviving the economy, polls show released on Tuesday.
According to a survey for NBC News and the Wall Street Journal from 1000 Americans, 44% approve of the policy of the White House chief of employment, which is down three points compared to July.
Another study on behalf of ABC News and the Washington Post indicates that six in ten Americans disapprove of his action on the economy and employment.
Another bad result for the Democratic president, one in three Americans believes that the financial situation of the United States has worsened since his arrival at the White House.
A third study of Politico and George Washington University shows that 72% of 1000 respondents believe the United States going in the wrong direction, up 12 points compared to May.
These polls come after a summer difficult for U.S. President, with the long parliamentary battle over raising the debt ceiling and the degradation of the note by the U.S. rating agency Standard and Poor’s.
Barack Obama, who must address the problem of unemployment to keep his chances of winning the presidency in November 2012.The unemployment rate reached 9.1% in the United States.