Given the choice of saying whether President Obama has been better for the domestic or the global economy, the vast majority of advisors say "neither."
Brinker Capital polled 320 advisors from throughout the industry -- insurance reps, IBD affiliates, and solo operators -- and 74% said the Obama Administration has been good for neither the U.S. nor the global economy.
An identical percentage of the advisors out there think all efforts to avert a double-dip recession have failed.
And a full 63% said that the White House was at least partially responsible for stifling the U.S. economy.
It isn't all gloom out there. Even though barely half of the advisors polled think we're not in a recession now, 84% think the markets will hold up as well or better over the next two years as they have since the 2009 inauguration.