Saturday, July 14, 2012

The number of people who don't believe Obama was born in US has increased since he released his alleged birth certificate

15% thought Obama was born somewhere else before he released what is purported to be his original birth certificate. A little over one year later, that number has increased to 20%. Take that Obama.

Via YouGov:
Polling conducted last week suggests that whatever remaining effect of the release of the birth certificate that persisted through January is completely gone today. From June 30-July 2, 2012, YouGov surveyed 1000 Americans and asked whether “Barack Obama was born in the United States of America.” In the table below, I present these results, alongside the earlier polls that I presented in my January post.
 "Barack Obama was born in the United States": Full Sample

April 2011 January 2012    July 2012
Before release of birth certificate    After release of birth certificate   


True 55% 67% 59% 55%
False 15% 13% 17% 20%
Not sure 30% 20% 24% 25%
If you wonder why some people still have doubts, watch the full video of Sheriff Joe Arpiao's news conference.

1 comment:

Interested Bystander said...


Here's the problem.

"We've" been distracted in to BELIEVING the place of birth is what determines "Natural Born Citizen" status.

The TRUTH is it matters NOT where he was born.

The COLB and the LFBC both state that Obama was born to a US citizen AND a British citizen.

To be a "Natural Born Citizen, you must be born on US soil to US citizen parentS.

But the media won't EDUCATE "us" on that little morsal, the media keeps up with the "Native Born Citizen" equals "Natural Born Citizen" crap.

It simply isn't true.

Obama had alligiance to Britian at birth which ELIMINATES him from eligibility to become President.

I believe that it's pretty easy to explain, the media simply CHOOSES to ignore this important part of our Constitution.

I call it indoctrination.