HealthCare.gov repairs send Obama approval on upswing

Following repairs to the HealthCare.gov website, President Barack Obama's approval ratings have bounced back from an all-time low last month to pre-open enrollment levels, according to the latest poll from the New York Times and CBS News. The survey of 1,000 adults from Dec. 5 to Dec. 8 found 42 percent of Americans approve of Obama's overall performance while 50 percent disapprove, compared to a 37 percent approval rating and 57 percent disapproval rating last month. And when it comes to how Obama is handling healthcare, Americans hold similar views. Forty-one percent approve and 55 percent disapprove, compared to November's 32 percent and 65 percent, respectively. Poll

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