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Confidence in Obama is at a new low but the poll found that his numbers are still higher than lawmakers of either major party four months ahead of the November congressional elections.
Asked how much confidence they have in Obama to make the right decisions for the country's future, 58 percent of respondents said "just some" or "none."
Sixty-eight percent expressed the same sentiments about Democrats in Congress and 72 percent said the same of Republicans.
The Post said problems in the housing industry, sluggish job growth and other economic issues may have taken a toll on Obama's approval rating.
Just 43 percent of all Americans, including a third of Democrats, now say they approve of the job Obama is doing on the economy, while 54 percent disapprove.
The survey also found wide anti-incumbent sentiment with 62 percent of voters saying they were not inclined to support their current representative.
Originally posted by guohua
Sir, Respectfully, I have listen to and watched my fair share of news from alternate sources.
I have found them to also, lean towards the politician they adore and the policy's that fit their agenda as well.
They also, tend to shape the news to their followers and what their population wants to hear about us here in America and how it would effect their world according to their news outlet.
So, I tend to stick with American news networks and I filter out this and that.
I was really big on the BBC a few years back, but that changed over night.
Don't ask why, it was my way of thinking about our world and i still believe the way i do.
But I needed to Star you anyway.
Numerous investors, businesses and solar industry consultants involved or familiar with Chinese and other foreign investments in Arizona’s solar landscape declined or refused to comment on the nature of that financing and why many of the deals are kept private.
Confucius Institute at Arizona State University
The Arizona State University Confucius Institute offers a sustained source of knowledge about China for Arizona citizens through the following programs:
* Faculty exchanges between ASU and Sichuan University
* Public, socially embedded Chinese language and culture programs
* Symposia and lectures related to China
* K-16 Chinese language programs
* Professional training programs for teachers of Chinese in Arizona
* Support for overseas study for graduate students
* An intensive Chinese language summer program in Chengdu, Sichuan
ASU CI extends connections to the business community and actively seeks partnerships with local business professionals and corporations to offer Chinese culture and language training.
Right-wing absurdly claims U.S. "apologizing" to China because of Arizona immigration law
May 17, 2010 7:19 pm ET by Kate Conway
Right-wing bloggers and Rush Limbaugh are pushing an absurd distortion of an AP report on a meeting on human rights to claim that the U.S. "apologized" to China over the Arizona immigration law. In fact, nothing in the reports indicates that the U.S. "apologized" to China.