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Another Poll Showing Bush drop


One more poll showing the same thing, Bush approval (and the Republican controlled Congress) continues to drop. This polling has Bush at his lowest approval rate of his Presidency at 41%...And Congress is at a 60% disapproval rate...

American voters disapprove of the job President George W. Bush is doing 53 - 41 percent, his lowest approval rating since becoming President. This compares to a 50-44 percent disapproval in a May 25 Quinnipiac University poll.

Voters disapprove 60 - 30 percent of the way Congress is doing its job and approve 50 - 39 percent of the way the Supreme Court is doing its job.
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