Presidential Approval

As of 3/29/2015

46%
Date Approve Disapprove
2/8/2009 64 17
3/12/2009 59 26
4/6/2009 61 26
4/21/2009 63 26
6/14/2009 61 30
7/26/2009 54 34
8/17/2009 51 37
8/27/2009 52 37
9/15/2009 55 33
10/4/2009 52 36
11/8/2009 51 36
12/13/2009 49 40
1/10/2010 49 42
2/9/2010 49 39
3/14/2010 46 43
4/26/2010 47 42
6/20/2010 48 43
6/28/2010 48 41
8/5/2010 47 41
9/6/2010 47 44
10/18/2010 46 45
11/7/2010 44 44
12/5/2010 45 43
1/9/2011 46 44
2/7/2011 49 42
3/1/2011 51 39
4/3/2011 47 45
5/2/2011 56 38
5/30/2011 52 39
6/19/2011 46 45
7/24/2011 44 48
8/21/2011 43 49
10/4/2011 43 48
11/14/2011 46 46
12/11/2011 46 43
1/16/2012 44 48
2/12/2012 47 43
3/11/2012 50 41
4/15/2012 46 45
6/3/2012 46 42
6/17/2012 47 45
7/9/2012 50 43
12/9/2012 55 39
1/13/2013 52 40
2/18/2013 51 41
5/5/2013 51 43
6/16/2013 49 43
7/21/2013 46 46
9/8/2013 44 49
10/13/2013 43 51
11/6/2013 41 53
12/8/2013 45 49
1/19/2014 43 49
2/23/2014 44 48
3/16/2014 44 49
4/27/2014 44 50
7/14/2014 44 49
8/24/2014 42 50
9/9/2014 42 50
10/20/2014 43 51
11/9/2014 43 52
12/7/2014 42 51
1/11/2015 47 48
2/22/2015 48 46
3/29/2015 46 47

Americans about equally likely to say they approve of Barack Obama’s job performance (46%) as disapprove (47%). But his current ratings reflect a shift in a positive direction from last year. As has been the case for much of his presidency, Obama’s personal favorability ratings are somewhat more positive than views of his job performance. Read more.