A new Gallup poll shows President Obama's job approval rating is at its lowest level yet.
According to the survey, the president's approval rating is at 47.3 percent during his sixth quarter in office. The nation's commander-in-chief got the lowest marks in conservative states Wyoming, Utah, and Idaho.
The poll results were based on compiled data from January-June 2010, and includes interviews with more than 90,000 adults nationwide, including all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Dr. Charles Dunn, dean of Regent University's School of Government appeared on the CBN News' Midday program to talk more about what these latest numbers mean for Obama and the Democratic Party. Click play to watch.