Adults were evenly divided on Bush's job performance in January, but now 54 percent disapprove and 45 percent approve. The number who think the country is headed down the wrong track increased from 51 percent to 58 percent in the past month.
The AP poll did not ask about Social Security, although only four in 10 in the poll said they approved of Bush's handling of domestic policy in general. And a majority of people disapproved of his handling of the economy.
Just over four in 10, 42 percent, said they approved of the president's handling of Iraq, while 57 percent disapproved.
What I don't understand, is why a majority of people voted for him, and a majority of people don't think he's doing his job well. Is there no such thing as job accountability? Apparently a majority of people think he's doing a bad job, and yet still voted him into office.
Of course people are going to attack the poll numbers and shoot them down, but that's not what I want to discuss here.