posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 12:22 PM
Poll: More voters say they'll definitely vote against Bush
ALBANY — More than four in 10 voters nationwide say they definitely plan to vote against President Bush next year — more than plan to vote for him, a
poll reported Tuesday.
The poll, from Marist College’s Institute for Public Opinion, found that 44 percent of voters surveyed said they planned to definitely vote against
the Republican president while 38 percent said they would vote for his re-election.
The latest poll also found a drop in Bush’s approval rating, which has been documented by other recent nationwide polls. The Marist poll had the
president’s approval rating at 53 percent, down from 70 percent in its April poll.
In the new poll, voters were evenly divided on Bush’s handling of the situation in Iraq with 48 percent approving and 47 percent disapproving. In the
April poll, 76 percent said they approved of Bush’s handling of the Iraq situation.
Voters were split on Bush’s handling of the economy with 46 percent saying they approved and 50 percent disapproving. In April, 50 percent of voters
approved of Bush’s handling of the economy and 44 percent disapproved.
Seekof, how can you be a seeker of the truth when you're constantly spinning and lying?