Friday, October 5, 2007

AP Poll Results

WASHINGTON (AP) — Public approval for President Bush and Congress has sunk to the lowest levels ever recorded in The Associated Press-Ipsos poll.

Only 31 percent said they approve of the job Bush is doing, according to the survey released on Thursday. Though his positive ratings have hovered at about that range since last year, his lowest previous approval in the AP-Ipsos survey was 32 percent, which was recorded several times, most recently in June. That is virtually even with the latest reading.

Amid a major credit crunch and a weak housing market, a record low 34 percent said they approved of Bush's performance in handling the economy. His prior low in the poll was 37 percent.

One question that comes to my mind is what would it take for those 31% to think that President Bush is doing a bad job.

A second question that comes to mind is how those people tie their shoes in the morning. Thank god for velcro I guess.

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