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Less than one-quarter of Americans think President George W. Bush is doing a good job, giving him the worst marks of his two-term presidency, a poll showed Tuesday.
The poll also showed 80 percent think the United States is on the wrong track.
Only 24 percent of those surveyed gave Bush a positive rating, a score "worse than that of any president, except for Jimmy Carter (22 percent in July 1980) since Harris first started measuring them," the Harris polling agency, which conducted the survey, said.
Vice President Dick Cheney fared even worse than the president, with just 18 percent of Americans saying he was doing a good job.
His previous low score was a 21-percent positive rating in July last year.