Friday, November 04, 2005

Americans Now Question Bush's Integrity (It's about time)

For the first time in his presidency, a majority of Americans question the integrity of President Bush, and growing doubts about his leadership have left him with record negative ratings on the economy, Iraq and even the war on terrorism, according to a new Washington Post/ABC News poll.

"On virtually every key measure of presidential character and performance, the new survey found that Bush has never been less popular with the American people."

Meanwhile, the lastest AP/Ipsos poll has Bush's approval at 37%.

Earlier: We highlighted similar approval rates for Bush in the Zogby (39%) and CBS News (35%) polls.
Much like Patrick Fitzgerald, we can't help but wonder how different last year's election might have been, had Libby and Rove not lied through their teeth? Of course, we understand that the election is one of the reasons they lied.


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