President Obama, who entered office in 2009 promising to be the Unifier-in-Chief, is leaving the Oval Office with the nation more polarized than ever, even more than when he took the reins from the most unpopular exiting president in 28 years, George W. Bush.
From Washington Examiner
While he campaigned to “move beyond the divisive politics of Washington and bring Democrats, independents and Republicans together to get things done,” he kicked off his administration with a party line vote on Obamacare and leaves with a massive 67-point partisan approval gap.
The latest Pew Research Center analysis of his legacy found that 81 percent of Democrats approve of Obama versus 14 percent of Republicans.
When Bush left office, the gap was 58 points, 81 percent to 23 percent.
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