10/07/2005

Bush's poll numbers fall to 1/2 of November 2004

With this poll numners in Nov 2nd 2004 he could have lost to Nader! (OK, not really but they are pitiful!!!) -- law

AP-Ipsos poll on the nation's direction. The results are taken from a poll of 1,000 adults conducted Oct. 3-5 by Ipsos, an international polling firm. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3 percentage points, larger for subgroups.
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Percentage of people who think things in this country are headed in the right direction — both in November 2004 and October 2005.

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OVERALL

November 2004: 46 percent

October 2005: 28 percent

INDEPENDENTS

November 2004: 48 percent

October 2005: 18 percent

WHITE EVANGELICALS

November 2004: 68 percent

October 2005: 38 percent

REPUBLICAN WOMEN

November 2004: 83 percent

October 2005: 55 percent

SOUTHERNERS

November 2004: 54 percent

October 2005: 28 percent

CATHOLICS

November 2004: 50 percent

October 2005: 28 percent

SUBURBAN WOMEN

November 2004: 46 percent

October 2005: 25 percent

MARRIED WITH CHILDREN

November 2004: 59 percent

October 2005: 36 percent

PROTESTANTS

November 2004: 53 percent

October 2005: 32 percent

SUBURBAN MEN

November 2004: 50 percent

October 2005: 30 percent

RURAL

November 2004: 56 percent

October 2005: 36 percent

How Different Groups Feel About Bush, U.S. - Yahoo! News

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