Seventy-five percent of those questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corp. survey released Friday said they're glad Bush is going; 23 percent indicated they'll miss him.And:
Not only that, but:
The poll indicates that Bush compares poorly with his presidential predecessors, with 28 percent saying that he's the worst ever. Forty percent rate Bush's presidency as poor, and 31 percent say he's been a good president.
Only a third of those polled said they want Bush to remain active in public life after he leaves the White House. That 33 percent figure is 22 points lower than those in 2001 who wanted Bill Clinton to retain a public role.
A new national poll suggests that almost a quarter of Americans think that Dick Cheney is the worst vice president in American history.Depends on how you define "number two" I guess.
Twenty-three percent of those questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Monday say that Cheney is the country's worst vice president, when compared with his predecessors.
An additional 41 percent feel that Cheney is a poor vice president, with 34 percent rating him a good number two.
Questions? Comments? Remarks? Drop me an e-mail.