Tuesday, May 09, 2006

America Oversleeps By Eighteen Months

Bush's approval rating has slipped to an all-time low of 31 percent.

The poll showed a continued decline in support for the war, the issue that has most eaten into Mr. Bush's public support. The percentage of respondents who said going to war in Iraq was the correct decision slipped to a new low of 39 percent, down from 47 percent in January. Two-thirds said they have little or no confidence that Mr. Bush will be able to successfully end the war there.

Mr. Bush's political strength continues to dissipate. About two-thirds of voters said that Mr. Bush does not share their priorities, up from just over half right before his reelection in 2004. About two thirds said and that the country is in worse shape than it was when he came to power six years ago. Forty-two percent of respondents say they consider Mr. Bush a strong leader, a drop of 11 points since January.

Helloooooo?????? Why couldn't the undecideds in Ohio and Pennsylvania etc figure this out in November of 2004?


Blogger Carl said...

Kerry won Pennsylvania.

7:54 PM  
Blogger Pooja said...

my bad, thanks

7:26 AM  

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