Conservatives want Bush and the GOP O-U-T
Despite the GOP's BS reform bill, passed with the help of "The Feckless Four" Democrats who lent their name to the congressional bamboozle, the GOP is up the proverbial creek.
Straight from AP. No comment necessary:
This week's survey of 1,000 adults, including 865 registered voters, found:
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢ Just 33 percent of the public approves of Bush's job performance, the lowest of his presidency. That compares with 36 percent approval in early April. Forty-five percent of self-described conservatives now disapprove of the president.
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢ Just one-fourth of the public approves of the job Congress is doing, a new low in AP-Ipsos polling and down 5 percentage points since last month. A whopping 65 percent of conservatives disapprove of Congress.
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢ A majority of Americans say they want Democrats rather than Republicans to control Congress (51 percent to 34 percent). That's the largest gap recorded by AP-Ipsos since Bush took office. Even 31 percent of conservatives want Republicans out of power.
Ã¢â‚¬Â¢ The souring of the nation's mood has accelerated the past three months, with the percentage of people describing the nation on the wrong track rising 12 points to a new high of 73 percent. Six of 10 conservatives say America is headed in the wrong direction.
Republican strategists said the party stands to lose control of Congress unless the environment changes unexpectedly.
"It's going to take some events of significance to turn this around," GOP pollster Whit Ayres said. "I don't think at this point you can talk your way back from those sorts of ratings." (Buzzflash)
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