Majority Of Americans Call 2013 A Bad Year – 40% Call It A “DISASTER”
by Ulsterman on December 28, 2013
In a public opinion poll that will likely not be widely disseminated by the Mainstream Media, Americans let it be known that 2013 is a year they will be more than happy to see behind them. The Age of Obama has been marked by bungled policies, stunning increases in government dependence, rebuke from world leaders, increased invasions of privacy by Big Government, and a detached, whining, petulant president who has played far more rounds of golf than actual work days inside the Oval Office.
Excedrin headache No. 2013: 2-in-3 call it a ‘bad year,’ 4-in-10 a disaster for their family
Overshadowed by the bungled debut of Obamacare and congressional gridlock, most Americans in a new poll dubbed 2013 a bad year that will be quickly forgotten. For more than four-in-10, the perils of 2013 hit home hard.
“Put simply, most Americans are happy to see 2013 go,” said the latest Economist/YouGov Poll.
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— 54 percent called 2013 a “bad year” for the world. Another 15 percent called it a “very bad year,” with just 3 percent calling it a “very good year” and 29 percent a “good year.”
— Only 13 percent of Republicans say 2013 has been a good year for the world.
— Obamacare is a failure. “There are almost no issues where a majority of Americans have seen improvement. Only a quarter say health care coverage is better today than it was a year ago; more than half say it has gotten worse, reflecting the continued poor assessments given to the Administration’s health care reform (in this week’s Economist/YouGov poll, for example, a majority continues to call it a failure, and nearly half think it should be repealed).”
— 41 percent called 2013 a bad or very bad year for their families. LINK