Bush's approval ratings continue to plummet, as they well should, thank you very much, and it seems that the only Americans who believe that Bush is doing a great job are those who are benefiting financially from his policies. I bet you know who they are. Hint: they aren't average Joe and Jane US of A. Au contraire, many American are facing very difficult financial challenges.
Comprehensive piece below, from the American Research Group, discusses Bush's ratings in depth. It is well worth the read. LS
This is the second month in a row when improving economic ratings have not been matched by higher job approval ratings for Bush. A total of 24% of Americans now say their personal financial situations are getting better, up from 17% in July, and 27% say they believe that their personal financial situations will be better off a year from now, which is up from 21% in July.
The increases in the personal financial ratings, however, are coming mainly from those approving of the way Bush is handling his job. A total of 54% of those approving the way Bush is handling his job say their personal financial situations are getting better, compared to 5% of those saying they disapprove of the way Bush is handling his job, and 61% of those saying they approve of the way Bush is handling his job say they expect to be better off a year from now, compared to 6% of those saying they disapprove of the way Bush is handling his job.
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