Skip to comments.Disapproval of Bush at high point
Posted on 06/28/2005 6:23:58 AM PDT by dogbarks77
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No, but it will cost the Republicans the 2008 election. A popular Republican leaving will usher another Republican in. Look at Papa Bush, or even Mayor Mike Bloomberg who followed Rudy Guiliani into the job.
No, no he's not.
And in other news, my cat weighs in at 24 pounds.
Who has the "Oh No Mr. Bill!" Graphic?
In related news, the number of FReepers disapproving of dogbarks77 posting performance has risen to the highest level of his membership, according to the FreeRepublic Troll Poll released Tuesday.
Frequently they "cook" polls. They ask more Dems than Reps or they ask them biased questions.
Pew poll made by Princeton Survey Research found that:
68% Americans have a favorable view of Network television news such as ABC, NBC and CBS.
the opinions for
"Large nationally influential newspapers such as the New York Times and the Washington Post" were: 38% favorable, 25% unfavorable and 35% "can't rate".
for Cable News, such as Fox, CNN and MSNBC, approval was 67%
Stinky smelly troll alert. Of course it cames to be a republican.
Clinton lived for approval ratings and never spent them to accomplish any great thing and his Presidency expired worthless.
You pick which you'd prefer.
Funny, there was a poll here on FR about this very subject, and a thread about a biased poll taken by a MSM outlet...
Dissent? I am just posting a poll.
Oh yeah, he smells very funny.
What these huckster pollsters never mention is that a good many Bush supporters also "disapprove" of his performance. They'd like to see him be tougher, more conservative, and speak out more often against the Dems.
As far as approval of the way he's fighting the war, this is rather silly because few Americans ever "approve" of a war during times of rough going. Had Americans been exposed to today's media ideologues during various periods of WWII, approval would have been just a low.
But, in any event, as Rush put it, media opinion polls are simply disguised editorials. The methods they use are often quite questionable and there is a built-in liberal bias because people tend to respond the way they think the pollster wants them to.
That's what they always say.
Yes and we would like to discuss it with you. I bet if I went over to your friends at du and posted a positive poll about Bush it would be jerked in a minute. What you bet?
You did?? You voted 'Kerry' on polls??? hahahaha. Good for you.
Nonsense. A lot of Bush haters at FR.
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