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Thursday, June 30, 2005
Updated: A new Zogby poll finds that 42% of respondents would support impeaching President Bush if it was found he mislead the nation on the Iraq war... (tip of the hat to Bradblog.) The poll shows no bounce for Bush after his televised address (though that's attributable to the fact that barely anyone but his core supporters, the soldiers at Fort Bragg and the media and bloggers watched the speech), and a 4 in 10 minority for impeachment if he mislead. And among Republicans, 25 percent said they would support Bush's impeachment in that circumstance. There's also, apparently, trouble in the red states for Bush, mainly caused by Iraq:
In a more significant sign of the weakness of the President’s numbers, more “Red State” voters—that is, voters living in the states that cast their ballots for the Bush-Cheney ticket in 2004—now rate his job performance unfavorably, with 50% holding a negative impression of the President’s handling of his duties, and 48% holding a favorable view. The President also gets negative marks from one-in-four (25%) Republicans—as well as 86% of Democrats and 58% of independents. (Bush nets favorable marks from 75% of Republicans, 13% of Democrats and 40% of independents.)
posted by JReid @ 6:49 PM  
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