The latest Gallup poll finds that President Bush's approval rating has fallen to 28 percent—"a record low" for his administration. Bush's approval is"lower than that of any president since World War II, with the exceptions of Jimmy Carter (who has a low point of 28 percent in 1979), and Richard Nixon and Harry Truman, who suffered ratings in the low- to mid-20 percent range in the last years of their administrations."
Sunday, April 13, 2008
The Incredibly Shrinking Bush Poll Numbers
In case you missed it, polling numbers out last week show that the Bush presidency continues to decline in the eyes of the public. Here's a summary, courtesy of our friends at ThinkProgress: