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Friday, October 28, 2005

NPR's famous liberal bias

Posted by: Hammer / 8:19 AM

On NPR, just now (8:15 a.m. CDT), we heard that Bush's approval ratings, currently in the low 40s, is similar to Clinton's second term approval. As Media Matters pointed out two weeks ago, Clinton's lowest approval rating in his second term ranged from 52 to 57 percent, depending on which poll you follow.

David Green reports:

Polls show Mr. Bush's approval ratings around 40 percent. Both Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton had similar numbers in the middle of their 8 years and left office with majority support from Americans.


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