Debt Ceiling Agreement Doesn't Help President's Approval Ratings in Florida
President Barack Obama's approval ratings in Florida have dipped in the last two months. In late May, more than half of Florida voters approved of President Obama's job performance. That's no longer the case.
Quinnipiac University surveyed two groups of Florida voters, one before Congress voted to raise the debt ceiling and the other after. The agreement to raise the nation's debt limit did little to change how Florida voters feel about the president.
WLRN Miami Herald reporter Gina Jordan has more on the poll numbers. Listen here.