The Hill 
December 10, 2013
President Obama’s disapproval rating has shot up to 53 percent, the highest rating the McClatchy-Marist  poll has recorded for him in nearly 30 surveys.
Obama’s approval rating stood at 43 percent the poll released Monday night.
Obama’s approval rating has been hanging in the low 40s for the last few months  as the 16-day government shutdown and the shaky rollout of the healthcare exchange website dominated the news.
But there is plenty of disapproval to go around.
A plurality of people, 38 percent, would grade all Washington officials with an “F,” according to the poll. Another 31 percent would give them a “D” and 25 percent would give them a “C.”