Friday, July 18, 2003
Let The Bush-Tossing Begin! http://www.zogby.com/news/ReadNews.dbm?ID=721
For the first time, more likely voters (47%) say it's time for someone new in the White House, compared to 46% who said the President deserves to be re-elected.Zogby continues:
"What has been propping up the President in the past few months is his personal favorability rating. To me, what is most ominous is this alone has slipped 9 points in the past month. If he cannot count on a large majority of Americans to like him personally, this could spell doom for his re-election hopes because he has little support for his overall performance and how he is rated on the issues."Well, what goes up....see all the Zogby results here.
UPDATE: Thanks to Theresa on the SquawBox for pointing out this Eleanor Clift column from MSNBC:
Zogby cautions that these numbers are preliminary, but he expects the trend to hold. “He’s falling like a rock,” he says. Pitted against a Democrat, Bush comes in at 47.5 percent; the Democrat at 43 percent.
Question: Can rocks fly? Answer: Only if you throw them -- out!
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