George W. Bush’s Approval Rating Highest In 8 Years

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George W. Bush’s Approval Rating Highest In 8 Years

George W. Bush’s approval rating has climbed to its highest level since 2005 and he is now seen more positively than President Barack Obama, with 49 percent of Americans viewing the former president favorably and 46 percent viewing him unfavorably. What do you think?

  • “He really started growing on me when I stopped seeing and hearing him.”

    Marc Coleman
    Railroad Track Layer
  • “I’m sure that’s based on a sober-headed reevaluation of his specific policies and accomplishments.”

    Dorothea Brentley
    Scaffold Builder
  • “We always want what we cannot have.”

    Billy Greenwood
    Systems Analyst
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