- According to the poll results: “58 percent of likely U.S. voters say the government should only do what the president and Congress agree on when it comes to gun control.”
- In addition, 59% of poll participants “say the additional oversight will not reduce the number of [the] shootings” Obama referenced to justify passing gun control in the first place.
- 50% of those polled oppose more gun control by a 50% to 45% margin.
- 54% said they oppose Obama’s executive orders on gun control.
- 57% said they do not think that Obama’s executive orders will be effective in reducing gun-related deaths in the country.
- 61% of those polled said they were unhappy with the direction of the country.
- Only 38% say they are satisfied with the direction.
- Only 23% of those polled think that the American economy is good or excellent.
- 76%, more than three out out of four, think the economy is fair or poor.
- Only 27% think America is strong and confident today.
- 53% of those polled say that Obama has “mostly failed” relative to “improving health care.”
- A majority, 51%, believe that Obama has failed in “stimulating the economy.”
- 58% say Obama has failed in “making the country safer.”
- 60% say he has failed to “improve America’s image around the world.”
- 65% say he has failed to “handle ISIS.”
- 62% say the he has failed to “handle illegal immigration.”
- 59% say Obama has failed to “improve race relations.”
- The Federal Register in 2015 was the largest it has ever been from a regulation perspective.
- According to the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Register is now an amazing 82,036 pages long.
- The Obama administration has set the record six times for having the largest Federal Register, leading the Wall Street Journal to call his administration “the most prolific American regulator of all time.”
- More than 500 pages of the Register directly affect small businesses, the type of business that can least afford to divert time, money, and resources to complying with excessive regulations.
- Many of Obama’s regulations were done without public comment and without Congressional approval, something that should not happen in a democracy and under the now laughable promise of “the most transparent administration ever.”
- According to Politico, the administration has about 4,000 more regulations ready to be implemented in 2016.
The numbers do not lie even if politicians do, things are not good in America today. More numbers tomorrow.
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