Daily Revolt

October 17, 2007

Bush Record Low Approval Rating at 24%: Zogby Poll

If you thought Bush couldn't go any lower, you were wrong. This President has shown himself to be resilient. Just when you think he's going to climb out of his infamous hole, he falls right back. At this pace King George could catch up with Congress, which has a 11% "approval" rating:
Deepening unhappiness with President George W. Bush and the U.S. Congress soured the mood of Americans and sent Bush's approval rating to another record low this month, according to a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Wednesday.

The Reuters/Zogby Index, which measures the mood of the country, also fell from 98.8 to 96 -- the second consecutive month it has dropped. The number of Americans who believe the country is on the wrong track jumped four points to 66 percent.

Bush's job approval rating fell to 24 percent from last month's record low for a Zogby poll of 29 percent. A paltry 11 percent gave Congress a positive grade, tying last month's record low.

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