This website has long stated that former president George W. Bush was America’s worst president ever … until Barack Obama came along, anyway.

Apparently we’re not alone in that assessment …

According to the results of a new Quinnipiac University survey, 33 percent of registered voters believe Obama is the worst U.S. President since World War II. “Dubya” is not far behind – at 28 percent.

By contrast, 35 percent of Americans believe Ronald Reagan was America’s best post-War leader – ahead of Bill Clinton (18 percent) and John F. Kennedy (15 percent).

“Over the span of 69 years of American history and 12 presidencies, President Barack Obama finds himself with President George W. Bush at the bottom of the popularity barrel,” Quinnipiac’s pollsters noted.

Good … such ignominy is richly deserved.

Bush and Obama are both tax-hiking, warmongering, money-printing, crony capitalist, welfare statist tools – loyal to the same Washington, D.C. establishment that’s holding this country back by robbing its future generations of the resources they need to compete.

Both deserve the scorn this poll reflects …

Obama’s problems extend beyond how voters view him historically, though.  The Quinnipiac poll shows he’s got plenty of contemporary issues-related deficiencies to deal with as well.

For example, Obama got negative marks from voters for his handling of the economy (40-55 percent), foreign policy (37-57 percent), and health care (40-58 percent).  Also by a 45-38 percent margin, voters believe America would have been better off had “Republican” Mitt Romney won the 2012 presidential election (which we think is debatable).

Still … those are terrible numbers for Obama.

Quinnipiac surveyed 1,446 registered voters across the country from June 24 – 30. The margin of error of its poll is plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.  To view the survey in its entirety, click on the link below …