More Americans believe President Obama will do the right thing in handling the debt ceiling issue than they do of key Democratic and Republican congressional leaders, but it is hardly a resounding vote of confidence: 48 percent say they have a great deal or fair amount of trust in Obama on the issue while 49 percent say they don’t have much or any at all, according to a Pew Research Center/Washington Post poll conducted July 14-17
But Obama fares much better than the others, with the percentage of those have a great deal or fair amount of confidence in House Speaker John Boehner at 33 percent, followed by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell at 30 percent, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi at 29 percent, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid at 27 percent and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor at 26 percent.
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Seem repubs did better in this poll than democratic leadership.. I never put much faith in any poll. So who's to blame, every one of our elected officials. They are about to let us all down big time. It doesn't matter what party.