A new CBS News national survey (Bush/Iraq story,
Campaign 2008 story,
835 adults (conducted 6/26 through 6/28) finds:
approve of the way George W. Bush is handling his job as president and 65%
disapprove, "the lowest number yet recorded in the CBS News Poll."
approve of the way Congress is handling its job and 60% disapprove. The
rating "has dropped nine points since last month and is now at the level
it was prior to last fall's mid-term elections."
- 66% of
Americans "say the number of U.S.
troops in Iraq should
be decreased, with 40% wanting all U.S. troops removed - up seven
points from April."
- Among 336
Democratic primary voters, when presented a three-way choice 48% prefer
Hillary Clinton, 24% Barack Obama, 11% John Edwards, 8% would rather see
someone else nominated and the rest (9%) are completely undecided or
Typo corrected -- thanks regret
- Among 212
Republican primary voters, when presented a four-way choice 34% prefer Rudy
Giuliani, 22% Fred Thompson, 21% John McCain, 6% Mitt Romney, 7% would
rather see someone else nominated and the rest (10%) are say they are
completely undecided or unsure.