President Obama isn’t on the ballot this fall, but voters say they'll be turning out to oppose him.
Thirty-two percent of registered voters see the midterm elections as a vote against Obama, compared to just 20 percent in favor, with the midterm elections less than two weeks away.
Forty-five percent of voters do not consider the president a factor in their ballots, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.
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