Gallup Poll: Bush Job Approval at 25%, His Lowest Yet
After supporting the Main Street Fleece/Wall Street Bailout bill, Bush drops even lower in the polls; he's just 3 points away from reaching the all time-worst approval rating for a US president, ever.
It's quite possible he'll make "worst ever" before January 20, 2009, when the tyrant-in-chief is expected to be leaving office (and the US, in order to flee to his 100K acre ranch in Paraguay, which has no extradition treaty with the US).
PRINCETON, NJ -- President Bush's job approval rating is at 25% in the latest Oct. 3-5 Gallup Poll, the lowest of the Bush administration, and only three percentage points above the lowest presidential approval rating in Gallup Poll history.
Bush's previous low point was 27%, measured about a week ago. The 25% approval rating is one point higher than Richard Nixon's lowest job approval rating of 24% measured in the summer of 1974, and it is just three points higher than Harry Truman's all-time Gallup low job approval rating of 22% measured in 1952. No other presidents have had job approval ratings of 27% or lower in Gallup Poll history.
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