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Roger Goodell's approval rating is lower than President Obama's

<p><br> SAN FRANCISCO, CA - FEBRUARY 05: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaks during a press conference prior to Super Bowl 50 at the Moscone Center West on February 5, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Mike Lawrie/Getty Images)<br> <br> WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 05: President Barack Obama discusses the latest unemployment rate within the U.S. economy in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House February 5, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)<br> <br> </p>


SAN FRANCISCO, CA - FEBRUARY 05: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell speaks during a press conference prior to Super Bowl 50 at the Moscone Center West on February 5, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Mike Lawrie/Getty Images)

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 05: President Barack Obama discusses the latest unemployment rate within the U.S. economy in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House February 5, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Being in charge of the NFL, like being in charge of the country, means that you're not always going to make everyone happy with the way you do your job. So what do people think about how Roger Goodell is doing?

Not so great, would be the answer.

According to a survey of self-described NFL fans conducted by Public Policy Polling, Goodell has a 28 percent job approval rating, with 42 percent disapproving and 30 percent unsure. It's even worse when respondents were asked if they had a favorable or unfavorable opinion of the commissioner -- 19 percent thumbs-up, 40 percent thumbs-down, 40 percent not sure.

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How does that stack up against President Barack Obama? According to the most recent Gallup Poll, Obama's approval rating is 47 percent, disapproval 50 percent and no opinion 3 percent. But Goodell rates a lot higher than Congress, which has only a 16 percent approval mark, 80 percent disapproval, 4 percent not sure.

Just like in a lot of politics, it seems Goodell could target the undecideds.