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How did Obama do as President? [brief survey]


TAKE OUR SURVEY: How would you rate President Obama's legacy?

As Barack Obama begins to wrap up his final year in office, we need to know how you feel about his time in the White House.

Please take our brief survey to let us know how you view President Obama’s legacy:


In a few short months, President Obama will wrap up his second term as the 44th President of the United States. And as voters begin the process of selecting a suitable replacement, we’re looking back to his unquestionably historic presidency.

In 2008, Barack Obama captivated the American public with a profound message of hope for a better future following eight long Bush years.

We want to hear from you whether he delivered on that promise.

Take our survey: How do you rate President Obama’s time in office?

Besides shattering race barriers to become our first African-American President, Obama used his first few weeks in office to save our crumbling auto industry and steer us out of a stifling recession.

Seven years later, President Obama’s list of accomplishments has grown only more impressive:

  • His Affordable Care Act provided 20 million Americans with access to quality, affordable healthcare.
  • After 70 months of consecutive job growth, we’ve seen 12 million new jobs and unemployment at its lowest point in nearly a decade.
  • He grew the capacity of our solar sector 130 times over and implemented the toughest environmental protections in years.
  • He brokered a historic agreement with Iran to neutralize their nuclear capabilities.
  • And thanks to his administration, LGBT Americans can get married in all 50 states as well as serve openly in our military.

It’s no exaggeration to say Barack Obama’s presidency will go down as one of the most accomplished in recent American history.

Yet, Obama’s successes as president are matched only by his tenacity in the face of unparalleled obstruction from a GOP Congress dedicated to erasing more than a half-century of American progress.

So as we work toward picking a strong Democrat to carry on the work that President Obama started, we need to hear from you how you think he did during his time in the White House.

Thank you for all your help,




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