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Do you think Obama will be re-elected?

  1. cblack profile image65
    cblackposted 6 years ago

    Do you think Obama will be re-elected?

    How do you think Obama has done as President and do you think he will be re-elected?

  2. cooldad profile image62
    cooldadposted 6 years ago

    I think he has a very good chance, especially if the economy rebounds enough in the coming months.  Getting Bin Laden will help.  And, the Republicans aren't exactly offering up any strong candidates.  I

  3. Rogochuks profile image73
    Rogochuksposted 6 years ago

    Yes he will be re-elected. If George Bush got a second chance despite his foibles, why shouldn't Barack.

    When all is said and done, American intellect with take hold, and we will realize that the rhetoric of the far right cannot take away from the fact that the country is headed in the right direction.

    What we need now is economic growth that last; this can only be achieved through Baracks politics of inclusion, and not Republican divisiveness..

  4. RodEccles profile image76
    RodEcclesposted 6 years ago

    The only way Obama get re-elected is if they truly steal the election, the Repubs allow the media to pick another John McCain or somehow the economy rebounds in such a manor that unemployment is below 6 percent.  Other than that, Obama himself is hinting that he may be a one term president now.  There are plenty of good and strong candidates on the Republican side and if they all remember to force Obama to reflect on and defend his poor record, even the weakest of them should win the White House.

  5. stuff4you profile image64
    stuff4youposted 6 years ago

    He's got a good chance of it, and a good chance of not being re elected.

  6. Sebastien Locke profile image59
    Sebastien Lockeposted 6 years ago

    His polling numbers at the time may not be on par with either George H.W. or W. Bush (Gallup approval ratings) but they are right on track (by time in office) with Bill Clinton's and higher than Ronald Reagan's. So long as the Republican field continues to focus on conservative social issues and a disastrous medicare position, which have already cost them special elections in long-time conservative districts, further ostracizing moderates and independents, it seems likely he will win the re-election. The majority of voters are in the middle, together Democrats and Independents more than double registered Republicans, and as loud as they are, Tea Party conservatives stand behind the opinions of the fringe Right, they just don't have the votes in a general election.

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    Rosemary Banksposted 6 years ago

    No I don't, but on the flip side of that I don't see anyone running for President qualified either.

  8. mrpudgy profile image84
    mrpudgyposted 5 years ago

    I'm not entirely sure who will win the election to be honest. There is always a chance for the election to swing either way. Anything can happen between now and then.

    And to the people who keep saying that Obama got Bin Laden, I don't think that should be in any way a factor as to whether he wins or not. It's irrelevant. Obama didn't get the bad guy. The SEALS got the bad guy. I don't remember the news saying that Obama was a part of that SEAL team, but somehow he is getting all the credit. All he did was make the announcement and give the go-ahead. Just my opinion though. You can disagree.

  9. xstatic profile image60
    xstaticposted 5 years ago

    As well as he could with a Congress whose main purpose was to see that he was not re-elected. I have contributed to his campaign and am confident that he will triupmph over the Mittman.

 
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