Turns out voters were not simply satisfied to spank the Democrat and his party in the Nov. 2 midterm elections with historic losses in the House of Representatives.
Obama's job approval rating as calculated by a Zogby Poll has now sunk to 39%, a new low for his 22-month presidency that began with so much hope and excitement and poll numbers up around 70. As recently as Sept. 20, his job approval was 49%.
A whopping 60% now disapprove of his job, up from 51% disapproval Sept. 20.
Obama now trails in hypothetical 2012 matchups against Republicans Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich and the next Bush, Jeb.
Nearly 7 in 10 likely voters say the country is on the wrong track!
But, Zogby notes, perhaps most ominous for the president is that he's now losing support among his own party people.
His approval plopped nearly 10% in just one week, from 78% down to 72% in Zogby's latest read.
Zogby finds that former governor Romney has the best chance to defeat Obama (44-38%), then comes Gingrich (43%-39%), then another former governor, Jeb Bush (40%-38%), who says he is not running.