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Opinions of Michelle Obama falling in Rassmussen Reports telephone survey

Fifty-five percent of the voters in the United States have a favorable opinion of Michelle Obama, down five points from early February.

Thirty two percent view her very favorably, says Rassmussen Reports.

On the other hand, the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 37 percent have an unfavorable view of the first lady, 16 percent who view her very unfavorably.

One year after her husband’s inauguration, 58 percent had a favorable opinion of Mrs. Obama. And in early November of last year, 62 percent felt that way about her.

Women favor her by a two-to-one margin compared to men.

Over 90 percent of African-Americans have a favorable view of her versus 52 percent of white voters and 39 percent of voters of other ethnicities.




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