Wasn’t Chicago Jesus suppose to heal the country of partisanship or something?

Via Politico:

President Barack Obama’s fourth year in office clocks in as one of the most polarized years in recent history, a new poll says.

According to a Gallup survey posted Thursday, in Obama’s fourth year in office, he enjoyed an 86 percent average approval rating from Democrats, but only a 10 percent average approval rating from Republicans — a gap of 76 points. Going back to at least the 1950s, only President George W. Bush, in his fourth year in office, had a gap equally large: from January 2004-2005, Bush had a 91 percent average approval rating from GOP voters and a 15 percent average approval rating from Democrats, Gallup showed.

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