Originally posted by Kunsoo
This could be a problem for Obama however. Most Presidents dip below 40 percent at some point in their first term, but usually before this. I don't know how many previous presidents have been below 40 this late. I think Reagan was climbing out by now.
But Obama has the advantage in a lack of a viable Republican candidate. I think Fox and the WSJ are hoping Perry will deliver them, but his politics are far to the right of the mainstream.
This goes back to Truman, for comparison.
EDIT: I just played with it some more. You can use the tabs at the top of the graph window and then show a comparison between just a couple of presidents that you can specifically select if you don't want to see all of them. Probably it will do other things too that I haven't figured out yet.