Fifty-one percent (51%) believe that Barack Obama is governing as a partisan Democrat while 33% say he is acting on a bi-partisan basis. Those figures have shifted little over the past month. Just over half the nation’s Democratic voters say that Obama is governing on a bi-partisan basis while a majority of Republicans and unaffiliated voters hold the opposite view.
Fifty-four percent (54%) believe that Congressional Republicans are acting on a partisan basis and 63% say the same about Congressional Democrats. Both those figures are up four points over the past month.