Gallup’s 2010 “favorability ratings” are out, and Bill Clinton takes second only to Michelle Obama (clearly Hillary wasn’t included in Gallup’s polling sample):

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What catches my eye is that 4% of people have never heard of Barack Obama or George W. Bush, 5% have never heard of Bill Clinton and 8% have never heard of Al Gore (I guarantee that none of that 8% are hotel message therapists). Only 1% have never heard of Michelle Obama, meaning that about 3% of those polled know who Michelle Obama is but not Barack Obama — how exactly does that happen?

Obama has some catching up to do to gain on Clinton. Four words of advice for The One if he’s interested in gaining some ground on Bubba: Chubby intern, blow job.

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2 Responses to “Bill Clinton Has Higher Favorability Rating Than Barack Obama”

  1. Clu Seatoe on July 23rd, 2010 3:05 pm

    Take your seats, pick up those phones, and let’s try it one more time guys. This time outside the of the state of Michigan and the felon’s row of Wisconsin.

  2. jocuri Barbi on February 16th, 2014 11:57 pm

    Mitt Romney is convinced ex- President of the united states Bill Clinton "embarrassed the nation" with the Monica Lewinsky scandal, still doesn't consider will probably be an issue in 2016 in the event Hillary Clinton goes for president.
    “I believe Hillary Clinton, in the event that she turns into a nominee, can have a great deal to talk about regarding her very own record,” Romney stated on NBC's "Meet The Press" on Sunday. “I don’t believe Bill Clinton will likely be a major component of it.”Yet the ex- Massachusetts governor and 2012 Republican nominee was questioned to comment on the 42nd president in light of the GOP's new "resurrection" of the Clinton White House.
    “He embarrassed the nation,” Romney said of Clinton. “He breached his commitment, I do think, as a matured adult and also as a leader in his marriage. And I believe that’s extremely unfortunate. But I don't consider that's Hillary Clinton's to explain.

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