Not yet halfway through his term, 19% say Donald Trump has done the best or second best job of any president of their lifetimes.
That is comparable with the share who viewed Obama as one of the best presidents in 2011 (20%).
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Nancy Sullivan of NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) discussing Ebola research with President Barack Obama as NIAID Director Dr.
The article reads as an attempt to arrive at a state of “functional Blackness,” which moves away from questions of racial authenticity and identity politics but recognizes the narrative powers of African American literature to shape a convincing and appealing black self. imposes the uneasy burden and occasional joy of a complex double vision, a fluid, ambivalent response to men and events which represents, at its finest, a profoundly civilized adjustment to the cost of being human in this modern world” (177-78).
in 1990, Times Books approached him with the request for an autobiography that would tell the story of his success as a black professional and academic. Inspire a Nation: Barack Obama’s Most Electrifying Speeches from Day One of His Campaign through His Inauguration. 29 Posnock maintains that Du Bois actually “does not desire to dissolve his ‘double self’ into unitary identity.Reagan is top choice among Boomers, Silents When asked which president has done the best job in their lifetimes, more Americans name Barack Obama than any other president.More than four-in-ten (44%) say Obama is the best or second best president of their lifetimes, compared with about a third who mention Bill Clinton (33%) or Ronald Reagan (32%).Millennials, who are currently ages 22 to 37, are far more likely than older generations to name Obama as one of the best presidents in their lifetimes: About six-in-ten Millennials (62%) view Obama as one of the top two, with nearly half, 46%, naming him the best president.Older generations are much more likely than Millennials to name Reagan as one of the best presidents.I was thrilled to be present at the White House this morning, as President Barack Obama announced a pioneering project to explore the complex workings of the human brain: the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative.And I’m proud to report that NIH-supported scientists will be among those at the forefront of this ambitious endeavor.In 2011, 49% said Clinton had been one of the top two presidents, compared with 34% who cited Reagan and 20% who mentioned Obama.The share naming Obama has more than doubled since 2011 (from 20% to 44%), while the share mentioning Clinton has declined, from 49% to 33%.The ratings for other presidents have not changed much since 2011: 32% cite Reagan (34% in 2011); 14% name George W. A sizable majority of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents say Barack Obama (71%) is the best (51%) or second best (20%) president in their lifetimes. Another 14% of Democrats name Kennedy as one of their top two, 12% name Reagan and 10% mention George W. In 2011, Clinton was named most often as the best or second best president by 69% of Democrats, while 36% named Obama. Republicans’ choices for the best president also have changed since 2011, though the share pointing to Reagan has not changed since then (57%).A majority of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents say Reagan (57%) ranks in the top two presidents in their lifetimes. Republicans are less likely to name Clinton than in 2011 (28% then, 15% today), while somewhat more say Obama has done the best job of any president of their lifetimes (5% then, 13% today).