In a new Rasmussen poll released last week, only 26% of adults believe President Obama has delivered on his promise to cut taxes for 95% of Americans.

The bad news for President Obama doesn’t end there. While campaigning for the Presidency last year, candidate Obama made it very clear that he did not favor “tax cuts for everyone”… unfortunately for him, according to the same Rasmussen poll, a majority of Americans DISAGREE with that policy. More than half the people polled believe that an “across-the-board tax cut for all Americans” is needed to stimulate the U.S. economy.
Here are more key points in recent polling dealing with Economic issues as it relates to the public and their attitudes toward the the Economy, and some of the recent policies that have been enacted by the President:

What does all of this mean? Well, let’s take into consideration what was said, promised, done, and ultimately where we stand now:

The recent polling done by Rasmussen seems to suggest that there is a strong possibility that the President and his allies in the Congress appear to be out-of-touch with the average American and their own personal needs when it comes to the Economic crisis, and how best to go about fixing it.