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Thursday, July 14, 2005

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 Poll: Bush seen as dishonest

According to a new NBC/WSJ poll, only 41 percent give Bush good marks for being "honest and straightforward" — his lowest ranking on this question since he became president.

That’s a drop of nine percentage points since January. Notably, the survey was taken just before the allegations about Rove exploded into the current controversy. I can't wait to see the next poll.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah,

Lets see the same poll from Foxnews...

Keep in mind, MSNBC owns MSN, which runs "Slate." - A rather "liberal" media source.

/ad homeniem

- Matthius

4:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

NBC is owned by GE a rather conservative corporation. To equate Fauxnews to anything that is "fair and balanced" is a stretch.

6:27 PM  
Blogger vjack said...

And yet, there is still no public outrage. We Americans have our heads in the sand. We are apathetic and don't seem willing to stand up for anything that doesn't have religious overtones. Enough is enough!

8:15 AM  
Blogger wjoelbrooks said...

Unfortunately average Americans like us, who should be outraged, are kept busy with things like worrying about health care and taxes and being able to afford good schooling for ourselves and our children. The strategy seems to be to keep the vast (though shrinking) middle class too busy to be able to do anything. Keeping us blinded has never been neocons' intent; they just want to keep us so busy with mundane activity as to be rendered virtually powerless. By I think the tide might be shifting. . . .

10:09 AM  

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