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19 Nov, 2009 01:05

Obama’s record low

President Barack Obama's national approval rating has dipped below 50 per cent for the first time since last year's election triumph. American radio host Thom Hartmann says the reason is obvious.

“I don’t think the drop is coming from the push by the right. It is about how ineffectual he and the Democrats and Congress have been so far,” Hartmann told RT.