Monday, January 22, 2007

33% or 36% APPROVAL RATING FOR BUSH: "WHAT'S IT GOING TO BE THEN, EH?"


THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA--Nice. We have two numbers again, one (33%) claiming it's the all-time low for Bush. And funny, other polls had George W. Bush's approval-rating at a low of 29% last-year. Yes, last-year. Don't trust the polls, it's lower--much-lower. Today, we have an ABC/Washington Post poll saying "33%", while CNN is reporting an AP/Ipsos poll that says "36%". So, what's it going to be? Which is correct? Is there a bias inherent in the assessment and reporting? Do the media outlets take-turns on who has the higher approval-rating to allay suspicion? What a crock. He's hated by virtually everyone. Since most of these polls have an error-margin of +/-3%, we should be asking CNN and Fox News why they round-up. I think we all know why. Nevertheless, he's in the toilet. It's Nixon time, drink-up.


ABC/Washpo Poll: http://www.abcnews.go.com/Politics/PollVault/story?id=2811599&page=1

We Love You--We DON'T Love You (Backdated to Fall of 2005):
http://www.pollingreport.com/BushJob.htm