Obama Presidential Approval Index slips to -3 (updated)

The public's disenchantment with Barack Obama continues to rise. Rasmussen reports:

33% of the nation's voters now Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Thirty-six percent (36%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -3.

Rasmussen cautions that this could be just statistical noise, and notes:

Tomorrow (Wednesday) will be the first update based entirely upon interviews conducted since last week's report showing higher than expected job losses in June.

Just 27% of voters nationwide favor passage of a second economic stimulus package. Sixty percent (60%) are opposed.

Fifty-four percent (54%) say the average Democrat in Congress is more liberal than they are, while 36% believe the average Republican congressman is more conservative.

Drip, drip, drip.

Hat tip: Richard Baehr

Update - GeneSchwimmer writes:

Obama's
overall approval rating fell to 52%, a new low for him and only three points away from below 50% territory.

For Rasmussen's three-day average to be -3, at least one day's individual polling must have been even less than that.  If that lower day is the last day comprising the average, it could be significant.
Note also, that all three days comprising the current average come after Obama's statements on Iran, after the House's passage of the Kneecap and Trade Bill, and concurrently with Obama's pilgrimmage to Moscow (the real one, not the new one on the Potomac).  Could we have reached the point where Obama's photo ops and legislative victories no longer boost his ratings, even temporarily?  Could we have reached the point where they actually drive his ratings down?
The public's disenchantment with Barack Obama continues to rise. Rasmussen reports:

33% of the nation's voters now Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Thirty-six percent (36%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -3.

Rasmussen cautions that this could be just statistical noise, and notes:

Tomorrow (Wednesday) will be the first update based entirely upon interviews conducted since last week's report showing higher than expected job losses in June.

Just 27% of voters nationwide favor passage of a second economic stimulus package. Sixty percent (60%) are opposed.

Fifty-four percent (54%) say the average Democrat in Congress is more liberal than they are, while 36% believe the average Republican congressman is more conservative.

Drip, drip, drip.

Hat tip: Richard Baehr

Update - GeneSchwimmer writes:

Obama's
overall approval rating fell to 52%, a new low for him and only three points away from below 50% territory.

For Rasmussen's three-day average to be -3, at least one day's individual polling must have been even less than that.  If that lower day is the last day comprising the average, it could be significant.
Note also, that all three days comprising the current average come after Obama's statements on Iran, after the House's passage of the Kneecap and Trade Bill, and concurrently with Obama's pilgrimmage to Moscow (the real one, not the new one on the Potomac).  Could we have reached the point where Obama's photo ops and legislative victories no longer boost his ratings, even temporarily?  Could we have reached the point where they actually drive his ratings down?