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There is no way around the reality that the president's image has been damaged.

A familiar fall for President Obama.

In polls going back to 1946, Mandela has been among the top 10 men 20 times.

Obama's low approval ratings don't tell quite how bad things have become for him. For that, look at how he is viewed on the issues.

  • Aaron Blake and Sean Sullivan
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  • Dec 5, 2013
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No, he doesn't face another election. But yes, Obama's eroding support from young people is a problem for him.

  • Sean Sullivan and Scott Clement
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  • Dec 4, 2013
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Uninsured Republicans take a very different view from uninsured Democrats.

Most Republicans say the United States is a less powerful player on the global stage compared to a decade ago. Democrats don't see it that way.

Despite conservative cries to the contrary, most liberals have no preference.

  • Scott Clement and Sean Sullivan
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  • Dec 3, 2013
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