Most Americans would replace Obama in the next election, found a new poll by Politico/George Washington University.
According to the polls many Americans are not happy with the his work and the way he is running the country. If voters could have their say today, only 38 percent would re-elect him.
The poll surveyed 1,000 registered voters who identified themselves as "likely" to cast ballots in 2012.
Forty-four percent said they already plan to vote for someone besides Obama, while an additional 13 percent of voters will consider casting their vote for another candidate.
The poll did offer one bright spot for the President. Sixty-five percent said they still like Obama as a person, whether or not they are happy with his performance in the White House.