65% say we're on the wrong track
Twenty-nine percent (29%) of U.S. voters say the country is heading in the right direction, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.Anyone who followed these same numbers from 2004-2008 knows that the Liberal media was relentless with the right track/wrong track numbers during the Bush second term, today you have almost the same numbers and the lib media yawns...
Last week 28% felt that way, the lowest level of voter confidence in the nation’s course since one year ago. It also appeared to signal the end of a slight burst of confidence at the first of this year when 32% said the country was heading in the right direction.
The majority of voters (65%) believe the nation is heading down the wrong track, a figure that's held roughly steady since mid-November.
Leading up to Barack Obama’s inauguration a year ago, the number of voters who felt the country was heading in the right direction remained below 20%. The week of his inauguration, voter confidence rose to 27% and then steadily increased,