The graph of Bush’s approval rating in the Gallup poll, that is. Now at 25%, jut three points above the all-time low for any president, it looked just like CNN’s graph of the stock market over the last year that Anderson Cooper displayed last night: after the spike of 9/11, down, down, down. You can view it here. Nixon’s nadir was 23%, Truman’s 24%. For more on presidential rankings and approval ratings, click here.
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