Bush’s job approval rating fell to 24 percent from last month’s record low for a Zogby poll of 29 percent.
By contrast, Pres. Nixon was around 25 percent in the polls on the day he resigned. Both his numbers and Bush’s reflect the fact that about a quarter of Americans are dangerously delusional.
Approval of Congress remains low:
A paltry 11 percent gave Congress a positive grade, tying last month’s record low.
Ironically, the low approval of Congress is probably due to the fact they haven’t impeached Bush or stopped his war.