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Originally posted by ShadowEyes
Although this poll might not be scientific, it does echo the growing sentiments of an ever increasing number of citizens.
Originally posted by missed_gear
Just out of curiosity...how does it reflect ‘citizens’?...and for that matter...from where?
This is an online poll, yes? Available to anyone worldwide, citizen or not…and certainly not age restrictive...
More accurately stated: “87% of people (anyone at any age) worldwide that have access to online computers took and took time to vote, voted to impeach Bush in a non-scientific survey”…
Originally posted by dgtempe
The time is here. The stage is set. Bush ruined America under the guise of protecting us against terror. He's won.
Poll: President Bush would lose to Kerry and Gore today
According to a survey by Scripps Howard News Service released by Ohio University which asked 1,010 "Americans to ponder their options in every U.S. presidential election held since 1964," two term President George W. Bush would lose to both Senator John Kerry and former Vice President Al Gore.
Do you believe President Bush's actions justify impeachment?
* 306238 responses
Yes, between the secret spying, the deceptions leading to war and more, there is plenty to justify putting him on trial.
No, like any president, he has made a few missteps, but nothing approaching "high crimes and misdemeanors."
No, the man has done absolutely nothing wrong. Impeachment would just be a political lynching.
I don't know.
Not a scientific survey. Click to learn more. Results may not total 100% due to rounding.
19% who voted for Bush will pick Dems in Nov
Republicans determined to win in November are up against a troublesome trend - growing opposition to President Bush.
An Associated Press-Ipsos poll conducted this week found the president's approval rating has dropped to 33 percent, matching his low in May. His handling of nearly every issue, from the Iraq war to foreign policy, contributed to the president's decline around the nation, even in the Republican-friendly South.
More sobering for the GOP are the number of voters who backed Bush in 2004 who are ready to vote Democratic in the fall's congressional elections - 19 percent. These one-time Bush voters are more likely to be female, self-described moderates, low- to middle-income and from the Northeast and Midwest.