In 2011, 80 percent of Democrats approved of the president, according to Gallup tracking polls, while just 12 percent of Republicans agreed — a 68-percent gap. In fact, Each year since Obama was elected in 2008, the partisan gap in his approval ratings have been the largest ever for a president for that year in office.

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