Bush Drops Six Points In Latest Reuters/Zogby Poll

Chimpy’s approval rating is falling faster than Mark Foley’s pants at an Abercrombie and Fitch fashion show.

The poll found 36 percent of voters thought Bush’s job performance was excellent or good, down from 42 percent a month ago. The job rating for Congress remained the same, with 23 percent calling it excellent or good.

Things are still looking fantastic for the good guys.

Democrats have an 11-point edge, 44 percent to 33 percent, when voters are asked which party’s candidate they will support, up slightly from a 9-point lead in the last Reuters/Zogby poll a month ago.

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Independents favor Democrats by 12 points, and just 56 percent of self-identified conservatives and 68 percent of Republicans say they will vote for the Republican candidate. About 81 percent of Democrats plan to support the Democratic candidate, the poll found.

While Chimpy’s Vanity War still sucks eggs.

Doubts about the war and the country’s future grew since the last poll in late September. The new survey found 57 percent believe the war in Iraq is not worth the loss of lives, up from 53 percent, and 57 percent believe the country is on the wrong track, up slightly from 55 percent.

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[T]he poll found about 50 percent of likely voters believe U.S. troops should be pulled out of Iraq by the end of next year, including 15 percent who favor an immediate withdrawal and 20 percent who want out by mid-2007.

2 thoughts on “Bush Drops Six Points In Latest Reuters/Zogby Poll

  1. Don’t laugh Pansy,
    Just watching Countdown as I’m typing this. They’re running Karl Rove saying that he has done the math to show that the Repubs will hold Congress.
    When challenged, his statement was along the ominous lines of you have the rights to do your math and I’ll do *THE* math.
    Olbermann says that it sounds like the Russian saying that it doesn’t matter who votes, but rather who counts the votes.
    In light of a certain past election and Florida and Ohio, that is rather ominous.

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