Bush Beats Obama in Latest Poll



In the latest poll by CNN/ORC Bush outpolls Obama.  Take a look at what Politico has to say about it below.

Americans now have a more favorable view of former President George W. Bush than they do of President Barack Obama.

It is the first time in more than a decade that Americans have expressed a favorable view of Bush, at least according to a new CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday. Continue reading here…

While the Hill shows how Bush’s poll approval rating has actually increased in recent past.

Bush’s numbers, meanwhile, mark a major shift for the former president since he departed office in early 2009, CNN said.

It noted that back then, a third viewed Bush favorably.

Bush’s favorability, CNN added, has remained below the 50-percent threshold most of the time since his presidency.

Just one year ago, it said, the former president had a 46-percent favorability rating. Another 51 percent, however, still viewed Bush unfavorably.

Bush’s new score reflects more positive views of him across a wide variety of groups.

CNN said that the former president has notched an 11-point increase among men, a 10-point increase among Republicans and an 8-point increase among suburbanites. Read more…


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