Bush tanking in the polls
George W. Bushâ€™s approval ratings continue to decline. His current approval rating of 53 percent is down 18 percent from April.
And for the first time since the question was initially asked last fall, more registered voters say they would not like to see him re-elected to another term as president (49 percent) than re-elected. Forty-four percent would favor giving Bush a second term; in April, 52 percent backed Bush for a second term and 38 percent did not.
Sixty-nine percent of Americans polled say they are very concerned (40 percent) or somewhat concerned (29 percent) that the United States will be bogged down for many years in Iraq without making much progress in achieving its goals.
Suddenly Bush looks very vulnerable. Let’s make him a one-term President like his daddy. We can do that by continuing to organize hard on the war, empahsizing the erosion of civil rights, and the deteriorating econony.