Since I don't expect to see the results of this New York Times/CBS News poll in tomorrow's Star, I decided to bring it to you here:
At a time of deepening political disaffection and intensified distress about the economy, President Obama enjoys an edge over Republicans in the battle for public support, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.
While the president is showing signs of vulnerability on his handling of the economy — a majority of respondents say he has yet to offer a clear plan for creating jobs — Americans blame former President George W. Bush, Wall Street and Congress much more than they do Mr. Obama for the nation’s economic problems and the budget deficit, the poll found.
They credit Mr. Obama more than Republicans with making an effort at bipartisanship, and they back the White House’s policies on a variety of disputed issues, including allowing gay men and lesbians to serve openly in the military and repealing the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy.
The NY Times headline is, Poll Finds Edge for Obama Over G.O.P. Among the Public.
If it shows up in the Star, here's the headline I predict: Poll shows Obama vulnerable: Democrats face risks in 2010 elections.