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OBAMA
From Page 1
said. "There are improvements
since last year, but they're not
widespread, they're concentrat-
ed.
"He can'tthink, 'Italked about
this last year, and we're moving
in the right direction.' He has to
talk about how he wants to deal
with it," Shipan added.
Michael Traugott, a Univer-
sity professor of communication
studies and research professor
at the University's Institute for
Social Research, said that while
some strides have been made
since the thick of the recession,
Obama will most likely argue
that this progress isn't enough.
Traugott said Obama will prob-
ably attempt to persuade the
House Republicans not to block

further economic revitalization
efforts.
Traugott added that he antici-
pates Obama will also discuss
educational efforts, research
funding, areas of strategic
investment, tax cuts for the mid-
dle class and the growth of labor
industries.
In addition to economic
issues, Shipan said Obama is also
likely to talk about health care,
the importance of bipartisanship
and the budget deficit.
Since the new Republican-
controlled House approved to
repeal the Affordable Care Act
last Wednesday with a 245-189
vote, Shipan speculated that
Obama will highlight the ben-
efits of the bill and simplify it to
further the public's understand-
ing of the legislation.
"I think a lot of people feel
correctly that the administration

hasn't done a great job of selling
(health care) to people," Shipan
said. ,
Though Obama may cite effec-
tive bipartisanship efforts, like
the December 2010 agreement to
extend tax cuts at all income lev-
els, Traugott said the future will
present many more obstacles for
the divided Congress, particu-
larly on issues involving funding
for research.
"Republicans are going to go
after research funding, and he's
going to try to protect that,"
Traugott said.
Traugott said he might
address other disagreements
between the parties, including
concerns about federal expendi-
tures on defense, Social Security
and Medicare.
Shipan said public opinion will
also play a role in Obama's choice
of topics, as he will be looking

to maintain recent popularity
growth in polls and to reach out
to Americans who may support
him in the 2012 election.
"I do think that what presi-
dentssayinthe State of the Union
does have an effect on people's
attitudes," Shipan said. "It's not
going to change the minds of
anyone sitting in that room, but
it may change the minds of some
constituents."
LSA junior Charles Bogren,
chair of the University's chap-
ter of College Republicans, said
it will be essential for Obama to
detail exactly what certain poli-
cy changes mean for the public.
"I think they're going to be
displeased if he doesn't go into
specifics, and the American peo-
ple deserve to know the specif-
ics," Bogren said.
Bogren added that Obama's
speeches regarding issues

like the economy have yielded
"empty promises" thus far and
that he thinks many Americans
are beginning to realize their
wishes have been unfulfilled.
"At this point, the American
people have seen past all the
empty promises and campaign-
style rhetoric that Obama has
been using and just telling peo-
ple the economy is going to get
better," Bogren said.
LSA junior Brendan Campbell,
chair of the University's chapter
of College Democrats, said it is
essential for Obama to be specific
regarding policy change initia-
tives he has passed over the past
year. Campbell anticipates that
by explaining also how Ameri-
cans have been positively affect-
ed through legislation, they will
become increasingly supportive
of his policies.
"We've seen that when the

progress that's been made over
the past two years is clearly
outlined, the public responds
very positively," Campbell said.
"So upon reflection of our prog-
ress and looking at how we can
continue to make this progress,
his message will resonate well
amongviewers."
Campbell said he antici-
pates Obama will talk about the
upcoming struggle his adminis-
tration will face with the Repub-
lican-controlled House and his
aim to have legislators reach out
across the aisle.
"So now with Republicans in
control of the House of Repre-
sentatives, change is definitely
going to be more difficult,"
Campbell said. "With that said, I
still think that President Obama
will be able to work well with his
Republican colleagues to further
progress."

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