Compared to all voters, more of the moderate independents are male, college educated, have annual household incomes of more than $75,000 and have valid passports. In the first, we found moderate independents rate Obama higher than all voters on three basic measures: job performance (all voters 50 percent, moderate independents 59 percent): favorability (all voters 53 percent, moderate independents 62 percent); and proud rather than ashamed to have Obama as president (all voters 53 percent, moderate independents 64 percent.) In the second poll, we tested whether voters agreed or disagreed about Obama's sincerity in wanting to work in a bipartisan fashion.
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