For the second time to date, and far more significantly than previously, President Obama's RCP average has dropped into negative territory. Gallup, Rasmussen, Fox, and USA Today/Gallup are all negative. The friendliest of the most recent polls to the President, The Marist (which typically has a high bias toward self-identified DNC responders) is down to it's lowest point; +3. Today's RCP average is -1.2. The best poll that is currently out of the average (their last poll closed 3/26) is the Washington Post poll (also significantly biased leftward) at +10. This poll has been dropping more slowly than the others, but has also shown a significant decline over the last six months. It will be interesting to see a snapshot in June, when the mid-cycle campaigns are in full swing.
The RCP average for Congressional Approval polling is also dismal (-56.5); Health Care is at +12 Oppose (52.4 oppose: 40.4 approve) and the Election 2010 polling is looking increasingly red. It's going to be a long, hot summer.