Tuesday, January 31, 2006

WSJ/NBC Poll: Bush Below 40%


WSJ.com - Public's Focus Is Health Care, Troop Cuts in Iraq:
...Asked who should take the lead in settling national policy, just 25% say Mr. Bush, while 49% prefer Congress to take charge.

The poll of 1,011 adults, conducted Jan. 26-29, has a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points. Mr. Bush's overall job-approval rating remains at 39%, down from 50% immediately following his 2004 re-election.

The proportion of Americans who credit the president with being 'honest and straightforward' has fallen to 38% from 50% in January 2005; the proportion that gives him high marks for 'strong leadership qualities' is 42%, down from 52%.
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