The lies, the attacks and the shouts of racism just isn’t working for Obama and his liberal zombies. The Tea Party movement isn’t just happening here in America, other countries, such as Israel, Australia and Italy are witnessing a movement of like-minded individuals who are fed up with corrupt politicians robbing us blind and spending us into unsustainable debt. The Tea Party is more powerful than the libtards want to believe.
The Telegraph.co.uk reports:
Who would have predicted this a year ago? Certainly not the complacent army of White House spin doctors who have failed to grasp, let alone acknowledge, the momentous political transformation that is sweeping America. CNN’s latest poll confirms that the Tea Party movement has more political clout than the President of the United States in influencing voters during this November’s mid-terms. While just 37 percent of Americans are more likely to vote for a candidate if backed by Barack Obama, a far larger 50 percent will vote for a Tea-Party endorsed candidate.
As CNN puts it:
A solid majority of all Americans — 56 percent — say that Obama has fallen short of their expectations. As a result, the president is not in a position to help struggling Democratic candidates; only 37 percent of likely voters say they are more likely to vote for a congressional candidate backed by Obama.
In contrast, half of all likely voters now say they are likely to choose a candidate supported by the conservative Tea Party — contributing to the GOP’s 53 to 44 percent lead when such voters are asked which party’s candidate they will choose in November.
The CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll also gives President Obama his lowest approval rating so far – just 42 percent, which will be deeply worrying to the White House. This is nearly three percentage points below the RealClearPolitics average of polls which currently gives the president a 44.9 percent approval rating, and three points lower than the latest Rasmussen Daily Presidential Tracking Poll, which has Obama at 45 percent.
Significantly, the CNN poll comes after several days of intense attacks by the Left on the Tea Party in the wake of its surge in the recent political primaries, and reports of a planned campaign by the White House against the movement. As the assault on the Tea Party intensifies in October, support for it will probably rise even further, with President Obama’s own lacklustre popularity taking a deeper hit.