Washington (AP) Public approval of President Bush has reached a new low in the Associated Press-IPSOS poll, driven by dissatisfaction with his handling of the economy.
A survey released today finds just 28 percent approving of the overall job he is doing. His previous record low in the poll was 30 percent last month.
N another record low, only 27 percent are happy with his job on the economy, which threatens to enter a recession.
The AP-IPSOS poll was taken from April 7th through 9th and involved telephone interviews with 1,005 adults. The margin of sampling error is plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.
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