Poll: 36% think Obama is hiding something

Leave it to pollsters to finally have a provocative survey.

So 36% of Americans believe Obama is hiding something. Wait a minute, just 36% — around a third of the country? That doesn’t say much for the rest of Americans.


More than a third of Americans — and 64 percent of Republicans — believe that President Barack Obama might be hiding something, according to a new poll Thursday.

Thirty-six percent of the surveyed voters think the president is possibly “hiding important information about his background and early life,” the Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind survey found.

Sixty-four percent of Republicans think the president isn’t coming clean, 33 percent of independents agree, and 14 percent of Democrats say so, too.

Poll source: http://www.scribd.com/doc/120815791/Fairleigh-Dickinson-poll-on-conspiracy-theories

The most popular of these conspiracy theories is the belief that President Obama is hidingimportant information about his background and early life, which would include what’s oftenreferred to “birtherism.” Thirty-six percent of Americans think this is probably true, including 64 percent of Republicans and 14 percent of Democrats.

I thought it was a matter of fact. He sealed off his records. He had one composite in his book that we know of. Say nothing of aliases.

But “Hiding important information in his background”? Call me a conspiricist, but do people go to that much trouble to hide unimportant, insignificant things? Obama’s campaign hounded Hillary over records asking “what is she hiding?”

11 comments on “Poll: 36% think Obama is hiding something

  1. clyde says:

    If only 36% thought Obama is hiding something,it tells me the sample was 75% front loaded with liberals.


  2. Davetherave says:

    Bull you said a mouthful with your initial sentence…”Wait a minute, just 36%.” Everyone and I mean everyone knows the Sumbitch has a shit load of personal records locked up and sealed better than KFC’s chicken recipe! If KFC be hiding sumpin’…well…don’t need Einstein on this one. The one thing this pole I believe points out the most is we have a much worse meth problem in this country than we ever imagined. 1981…this is your brain…2008-present…this is your brain on drugs. The most fitting quote I can think of that fits this pole to a tee is “it’s better to be thought stupid than open ones mouth and prove it.”


  3. pepperhawk says:


    I don’t believe that poll for one minute. Like clyde said, it was front loaded with liberals. Half the country knows he’s hiding stuff, really bad stuff. Nobody goes to as much trouble or money to hide their background unless it has really, really disturbing things in it.

    He thinks he got a mandate in the election. He was far from getting a mandate. Between all the fraud and those who “did not vote” being disgusted with the Repub pick, he probably he nothing of the sort. Politico is also one of his controlled state media. Leave it to the media to tell the lies in the hopes that most Americans approve of this dirt bag, thug.


    • bullright says:

      Pepp, so right, mandate scamdate. He did stay in a Holiday Inn once….
      but no one can verify that.

      Politico is not a great source but a step up from his own state media central.
      Hey, there was a concensus that we don’t trust pol-l-ticians. Reagan said trust but verify….
      We never even got to the verify part.


      • pepperhawk says:

        Bull, LOL! “He once stayed at a Holiday Inn, but can’t verify it.” Oh, how you come up with such good remarks.

        At this time in our history we can’t trust and we surely can’t verify a doggone thing.


        • bullright says:

          Pepp, and we thought Reagan had it bad, and he did. But we are in some bad waters here. This was the very thing we would have thought Reagan prevented. But look where the lilly lib loons have gone to now. (no disrespect to loons meant) I love that pic you had…. made the point: “You’re a special kind of stupid, aren’t you?”



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