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Examiner Editorial: The Great Divider is the 'most polarizing' president ever

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Evidence continues to mount that President Obama's legacy when he leaves office in 2017 will be best captured by the phrase “Great Divider.” For his fifth year in the Oval Office, Obama's “partisan gap” - the difference in the two major parties' approval rating of a president - is 71 points, as measured by Gallup. That nearly ties Obama with President George W. Bush's 72-point gap in...

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