Is President Obama in trouble: Poll is not good news.

The President ought to be very careful or he may end up another Jimmy Carter, one and done.

President Obama was in Harlem last night raising money, but the warning bells are starting to get louder
as the latest poll has his approval rating at an all-time low, and half don’t think he deserves a second term.

The Poll is from Quinnipiac University and was released today. Just 41 percent of voters believe the President deserves to be reelected next year. It that isn’t enough bad news, his approval rating is down another four percentage points since early March to 42 percent.

"President Barack Obama's approval numbers are at their lowest level ever, slightly below where they were for most of 2010 before he got a bump up in surveys after the November election and into the early part of this year," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
"Some reasons for his overall numbers might be that Obama receives negative ratings on his handling of the budget deficit, the economy, foreign policy, health care and energy policy," he added.

Of course the President has also been widely attacked for what critics say was too slow of a response to Libya.

Things may look bad for Obama now, but of course will improve once there are actual republican challengers to go up against.

Just hope team Obama is looking at the handwriting on the wall that ultimately destroys most first time elected African Americans. The momentum of Obama making history probably won’t be there the second time around which means some of his base may stay home this time around. The enthusiasm that was off the charts for young people, (using the internet) and minorities will be high, but won't match the first time Presidential Run. Also, the democrats can forget some of those Red states Obama won.

Of course, the findings of this poll is split among party lines.

The majority of Democrats, 80% to 13%, approve of the job the President is doing, but disapproval is 81% to 9% among Republicans.

Obama may be in trouble, but his history has shown don’t ever write him off.

The survey was conducted March 22-28 and polled 2,069 registered voters. The margin of error was 2.2%