By Susan Duclos
Pulse Opinion Research has conducted a poll for The Hill and found that 68 percent of likely voters believe Obama kept his promse to change America, but 56 percent of voters say Obama changed it for the worse, negatively.
Rasmussen finds that among likely voters, 80 percent believe if Romney beats Obama in the November 2012 presidential election and Republicans take control of Congress, Obamacare will be repealed and from another poll, they finds 53 percent of likely voters want it repealed.
47 percent of likely voters believe Obama's views are extreme with only 31 believing the same about Romney and Romney is the only candidate Rasmussen shows has a majority of voters (51%) that think his views are more mainstream.
Last week Gallup reported that by a nine point margin, 46 percent to 37 percent, Americans see more harm than good in the health care law aka Obamacare.
CNN/ORC International finds that while a majority of the public believe Republicans are investigating Attorney General Eric Holder over Fast and Furious, for political gain, the majority (53%) also approve of the House holing Holder in Contempt of Congress, and 69 percent say that the Obama administration should come clean and answer all questions pertaining to Fast and Furious.