WASHINGTON -- The public's trust in President Bush is at the lowest point of his presidency, with about half of those surveyed saying he is honest
and trustworthy and almost that many saying he is not, according to a poll released Thursday.
The ABC News-Washington Post poll found that 52 percent felt Bush was trustworthy, while 42 percent did not. The poll found public support for the war
in Iraq slipping and people were about evenly split on whether they approve of the job he is doing as president or not.
For the first time in this poll, support for the war dipped just below half, 48 percent, with an equal share, 50 percent, saying it was not worth
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[Edited on 13-2-2004 by SkepticOverlord]