Poll: Majority of Voters Don’t Think Obama is Honest and Trustworthy
A majority of American voters do not believe that President Obama is trustworthy, according to a new Washington Post/ABC News poll.
When asked if Obama is “honest and trustworthy,” 50 percent of Americans answered in the negative while 47 percent said he was. Among registered voters, the gap widened with 52 percent viewing the president as dishonest against 46 percent who said he was trustworthy.
Those 18 to 39 years old, typically thought to be among the president’s strongest supporters, were split on the issue, 48–48.