PRINCETON, NJ—Residents of 11 states and the District of Columbia gave President Barack Obama job approval ratings above 50% in 2013. Hawaii had the highest approval rating among the 50 states at 61%, while more than eight in 10 District of Columbia residents also approved. In three states—Wyoming, West Virginia, and Utah—fewer than three in 10 residents approved.
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