More Bad Poll Numbers For Dems

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    More bad news for the Dems - their poll numbers continue to tank

    There once huge lead over Pres Bush has disappeared and while Republicans are not doing much better - their numbers are not dropping as badly

    Even with an oversample of black voters, the numbers come in low for Dems


    http://abcnews.go.com/images/US/1040a3PoliticsandtheWar.pdf
     
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    from your link:

    Approval rating:

    Democrats in Congress
    now 44%
    april 54%

    Republicans in Congress
    now 36%
    april 39%

    Bush
    now 35%
    april 35%



    so...since it was YOU who posted this poll, I want to thank you for finally acknowledging what I have been saying all along: Democrats in congress have a higher approval rating than Republicans in congress and an even higher rating than the president. We can certainly agree on that.
     
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    If you find comfort in sinking poll numers - your are welcome

    Now with more Dem corruption coming out, more pork in the bills, ever calls for raising taxes, and government run health care - the numbers will continue to go south
     
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    spin spin spin!

    spin being in last place as a good thing! LOL
     
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    and your own link clearly stated that the drop in democrats approval ratings came from the LEFT because they were unable to STOP the war. The middle of the bell curve is pretty happy with the democrats.

    Take a read sometime about how republican fundraising has gone in the toilet. that's cuz nobody wants to back a loser.
     
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    No spin

    I outlined what Dems want clearly and correctly
     
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    like I said....you go ahead and spin it so that being in last place is a good thing. It is fun to watch you try.
     
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    Where is the spin in the Dem agenda?

    More Dem corruption coming out, surrender in Iraq, more pork in the bills, calls for raising taxes, and government run health care
     
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    This is an interest set of opinion polls RSR, thanks for posting it. Although, the Bush-Dem stuff was less interesting than the polls on Iraq. Two-thirds of the respondents think that the “surge” is not working. Yet in another question regarding the preference for US force levels in Iraq, about 80 percent want to either increase troops levels, leave troops levels the same, or decrease troops levels but stay in Iraq. That is, about 80 percent do not want to withdraw from Iraq, at least not now. Only about 15 percent want to leave Iraq immediately: see page 4 of the pdf. A greater percentage of respondents want to increase troop levels in Iraq than want immediate withdrawl. Another interesting point made in the article was that the decline in Bush’s approval rating tracks almost identically with the decline in those who think that the Iraq war was worth fighting: see page 5 of the pdf.
     
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    I admit the numbers are not good for Pres Bush and Republicans - but they are much wosre for the Dems

    With the liberal media giving them glowing coverage - their numbers have been in a steady decline since they took office
     

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