December 13, 2005


Bush Approval Fades Again

As soon as it seemed there is an upward trend in President Bush's approval rating -- see our earlier post -- the new Zogby poll finds it languishing under 40%, "despite an upturn in the economy and a public relations onslaught defending the role of the U.S. military in rebuilding Iraq."

"Just 38% of Americans said they approve of the job the President is doing, down from 41% in a national Zogby America survey conducted last month."

"Bush is most popular in the western United States, where 46% approve of the job he is doing, and the South, where 44% approve. Just 28% in the East and 37% in the Midwest and Great Lakes states give him good marks."










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