President Obama: Looking Back and Looking Ahead

January 2013
AEI Paper & Studies;2013, p1
Working Paper
The article examines the performance of U.S. President Barack Obama, as well as the government agencies and the U.S. Congress as of January 2013. It presents how Obama's performance was rated by Americans since he became president in 2009. It cites that a higher number of Americans believe that the country is more politically divided at present than in Obama's early tenure in office.


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