Pangea Media Survey Finds Teens are Divided About How Well They Think Obama is Doing One Year After Winning Presidential Election

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Pangea Media, an online marketing company and the leading provider of quiz-based advertising solutions for advertisers and publishers, has released the results of its latest "Pangea Pulse," which tracked the attitudes of more than 1,000 teens with respect to President Obama and how he is doing as President. Overall, teens were split on how well they believe Obama is doing as president with 49% saying he is doing his job well and 51% saying he is making a lot of mistakes. With respect to Iraq, 52% said they don't think he has done anything yet and 25% believe he is doing a good job. Forty percent confess that they have no idea what his plan for universal healthcare entails, with 33% reporting that they are in favor of his plan.

Pangea Media, an online marketing company and the leading provider of quiz-based advertising solutions for advertisers and publishers, has released the results of its latest "Pangea Pulse," which tracked the attitudes of more than 1,000 teens with respect to President Obama and how he is doing as President.

Overall, teens were split on how well they believe Obama is doing as president with 49% saying he is doing his job well and 51% saying he is making a lot of mistakes. With respect to Iraq, 52% said they don't think he has done anything yet and 25% believe he is doing a good job. Forty percent confess that they have no idea what his plan for universal healthcare entails, with 33% reporting that they are in favor of his plan. Teens divided evenly regarding the Nobel peace prize, with 35% saying they like him but don't understand why he won, 34% saying he didn't deserve to win, and 31% saying he deserved to win. Forty-nine percent reported that Obama seems more like a celebrity than a president and 51% say "he's cool."

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