According to the latest presidential tracking numbers from the Rasmussen poll, only 26% of registered voters say that they "strongly approve" of Barack Obama's job performance, while 41% "strongly disapprove" - leaving him upside-down by 15 points among passionate voters.
The poll also finds that (currently), in a hypothetical general election matchup, Obama leads Mitt Romney 48% to 42%, and leads Rick Santorum 48% to 41%, (no numbers were available for Gingrich or Paul).
Meanwhile, Republicans lead Democrats on a "generic" congressional ballot by 4 points (43% to 39%). (The generic ballot just asks people which party they plan to vote for in congressional races without mentioning specific candidate's names).
Some other interesting findings:
53% Favor Repeal of Health Care Law
"While Congress continues to battle over President Obama’s contraceptive mandate, most voters still favor repeal of the national health care law.