Monday, August 07, 2006

What Is The "Mainstream" Saying?

This poll comes from a Republican favorite, Scott Rassmussen who consistantly polls higher Republican numbers than most other polls. With that said it seems America is discovering the sham.

Thirty-nine percent (39%) of American adults approve of the way that President Bush is performing his job as President. Fifty-nine percent (59%) disapprove. Those figures include 20% who Strongly Approve of the President’s performance and 43% who Strongly Disapprove. Today’s reading is three points below the monthly average for June (see full month trends and demographic breakdowns). The past five months have produced the lowest Job Approval Ratings of the Bush Administration (see comments on comparing Job Approval numbers from different polling firms).
The President earns Approval from 37% of government workers, 45% of entrepreneurs, and 40% of private sector employees.
The
number of Americans identifying themselves as Republicans slipped nearly a full point in July to 32.8%. That’s just a tenth-of-a-point above the lowest percentage recorded in the past two-and-a half years.

10 Comments:

Blogger Dedanna said...

Interesting that the highest percentages come from entrepreneurs... i.e. the rich lol.

2:43 PM, August 07, 2006  
Blogger The Donkey said...

The only poll that matters is in November. What is more important is who is counting the votes. The Donkey is hopeful for a good count. The Donkey has never been too realistic.

8:57 PM, August 07, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Here's more.

Youth Give Bush Poor Grade, Hurting Republican Hopes, Poll Says

Well, maybe we should give the younger generation more credit than we thought...

2:00 PM, August 08, 2006  
Blogger The Game said...

If Democrats win, the election will have been run corectly and fairly...if Republicans hold on the the Senate and House, there is voter fraud, right?

2:36 PM, August 08, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Right now, in this political climate, yes.

9:20 PM, August 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just heard Ned Lamont's victory speech. He not only emphasized the failed policies in Iraq but also spoke of the need for addressing the inadequate health care system. Hopefully, he will continue with party support and the support of others for November. At least his campaign is putting the issues and solutions first ahead of just getting elected, as should be done, unlike the DLC, Bush, Cheney, Rove, the Neocons, et al.

Larry in Roswell

11:30 PM, August 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Most of the primary election coverage focused on the Lamont-Lieberman Senate race with the frequent commentary that if the "left" Lamont won over the "centrist" Lieberman that the Democrats would be moving the party to the left and would not win in November. Among other primary contests Tuesday was a little known Republican Primary for the 7th District in Southeast Michigan. It matched the "centrist"
Incumbent Joe Schwarz against the "right" Tim Walberg. Walberg was supported by the Club for Growth and Christian Fundamentalists. His campaign attacked Schwarz as being a "liberal" and proclaiming Walberg
to be the "true conservative". Sound familiar? Schwarz was supported openly by such "liberals"
as Pres. George Bush and Sen. John McCain. Schwarz in his two years was recognized as getting more done for his district than his predecessor had in twelve years by people accross the political spectrum. Walberg didn't even know about a major issue particular to the district. Even though endorsed
by the paper in the apparently largest city in the district, the Jackson Citizen-Patriot while not a neo-con paper certainly not a liberal one either, Schwarz lost to Walberg by about 55% to 45% in a district that votes about 60%+ to 40%- in favor of Republicans. Apparently, Walberg's supporters didn't think that His election's moving the party further to the right would be a detriment to winning in November, locally or nationally. Some of the Letters to the Editor in the Jackson paper could have been taken straight from the RDR. The point being, that if the American Populace has been so corporately propagandized to fear, selfishness, radical religious fundamentalism and militaristic attitudes, that even if their candidates win they and the nation become increasingly like what Sunnis, Shiites and the Hezbollah are thought to be like.

Larry in Roswell

1:33 AM, August 09, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Not to mention, that if neocons don't like the law, and don't want to abide by it, alls they have to do is get it weakened and changed to their liking.

What a bunch of putzes. This is bad. Really bad.

Legalizing maming, torturing, raping, and otherwise doing what one wants to people. Gee, wonder if that's why it is for the "regular" people right here in the U.S.? With this kind of influence not to follow the law or to get around it, it's no wonder the crime rate is so high.

These are the leaders of the U.S., boys and girls. Read the above link.

9:45 AM, August 09, 2006  
Blogger Dedanna said...

The rest of what I have to say regarding the current polls can be found here.

10:27 AM, August 12, 2006  
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