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No Bounce: Bush Job Approval Unchanged by War Speech;
Question on Impeachment Shows Polarization of Nation;
Americans Tired of Divisiveness in Congress - Want Bi-Partisan Solution
New Zogby Poll
Thursday 30 June 2005
President Bush's televised address to the nation produced no noticeable bounce in his approval numbers, with his job approval rating slipping a point from a week ago, to 43%, in the latest Zogby International poll. And, in a sign of continuing polarization, more than two-in-five voters (42%) say they would favor impeachment proceedings if it is found the President misled the nation about his reasons for going to war with Iraq.
as posted by EastCoastKid
The most widespread consensus among Americans is that a precipitous pullout of American troops would be harmful, a point repeatedly stressed by the president. Sixty-four percent of Americans say if troops were withdrawn before the situation stabilized in Iraq, it would do "more harm than good" to the United States. Just 28% say it would do "more good than harm."