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    Wednesday, March 30, 2005

    the rock

    Is the rock cracking for Dubya? A poll shows that it could very well be the as his ratings dropped lower than NBC's...
    Public approval for Bush slipped from 52 percent in a CNN-USA Today-Gallup poll over the weekend to 45 percent in that same poll released Thursday. A CBS News poll released earlier in the week found Bush's approval slipping six points to 43 percent.
    This drop can be blamed on who where considered his "rock" during the election...
    The Gallup poll found Bush losing support among men, self-described conservatives and churchgoers while the CBS poll found a drop among men and Republicans.
    Bad news for Bush as it turns out that more and more of Americans have minds.

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