Obama enjoys uptick in national job approval

But has negatives in half the states where data is available

Mike Memoli writes that while the president’s national job approval ratings have enjoyed a small resurgence, he has negative ratings in more than half the states with data available, including states such as Pennsylvania, Ohio and Nevada that feature key Senate races this year.

On RCM, Michael Pento, chief economist at Delta Global Advisors, argues that the Fed needs to move away from its zero percent interest rate policy to protect the country from inflation.

On RCS, Art Spander argues that the sports world needs to tone down the rampant speculation about where LeBron James will play next year.

Finally, as primary season heats up, check out RCP’s election calendar and the latest polls.

Read the full story over at  Real Clear Friday – Real Clear Politics – TIME.com.

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