A new ABC News/Washington Post poll shows President Obama’s approval rating has dropped to an all-time low of 42-percent. That’s down six points in the last month, and 13 since the start of the year, putting him at the same approval level of embattled Mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford.
The Affordable Care Act seems to be behind much of the drop with 57-percent of Americans now saying they oppose the health law. Congressional committees investigating the botched launch of the Affordable Care Act’s website now say senior administration officials knew about potential pitfalls all the way back in March.
Today’s Sound Off question: What does the Obama administration need to do to get those numbers back on the rise? Is there anything they can do, or will the ACA continue to drag them down?