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Pew Research Center: More negative than positive response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech

From the Pew Research Center:

Unfavorable: 58 percent

Favorable: 42 percent

Twitter users had a wide range of reactions during and immediately after President Obama's State of the Union speech. Topics that drew the most attention were education, the minimum wage, the economy, gun control and the deficit.

Check out their graphic here

And despite all the media attention, Pew finds most Americans don't view the State of the Union speech as very important.

Check out the Pew story and poll here 


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Paula Simmons

Less politics Obama, more action.


Like many I did not watch the speech! How many thousands has he given now? None worth the teleprompters they appear on! Why should we watch a man who only speaks to hear himself, and to fool those dumb enough to fall for more of his outright falsehoods! If he were Pinocchio his nose would would circle the equator by now!

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