Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Bush’s Approval Ratings On the Rise

WASHINGTON POST - President Bush’s approval rating has surged in recent weeks, reversing what had been an extended period of decline, with Americans now expressing renewed optimism about the future of democracy in Iraq, the campaign against terrorism and the U.S. economy, according to the latest Washington Post-ABC News Poll.

Bush’s overall approval rating rose to 47 percent, up from 39 percent in early November, with 52 percent saying they disapprove of how he is handling his job. His approval rating on Iraq jumped 10 percentage points since early November to 46 percent, while his rating on the economy rose 11 percentage points to 47 percent. A clear majority, 56 percent, said they approve of the way Bush is handling the fight against terrorism — a traditional strong point in his reputation that nonetheless had flagged to 48 percent in the November poll.

Why Isn't this on the front page of the Orlando Sentinel?

5 Comments:

At 5:50 AM, Blogger jeb bush said...

it is funny that when 53% of the population think you are doing a bad job - it is a good rating.

 
At 7:55 PM, Anonymous fullofitnproud said...

If we ever had a president that rated 100%, I would be a little worried about that. I don't think that could ever happen. People are waking up though and thats news. I think they are afraid to publish it.

 
At 2:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

His ratings are terrible, that is not news anymore. So they go up a little it's nothing to brag about.

 
At 10:19 PM, Anonymous fullofitnproud said...

If its not news anymore then why was it ever news. An accusation but no rebuttal allowed? And they went up more than just a little. The terrorist have struck on yet another level. Your contempt for your own leader

 
At 12:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So if you disagree with a totally corrupt adminstration then it is contempt for our "leader". Where do you live? In Stalinist Russia?

 

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