A new Pew Research
poll shows that Dubya seems to be losing ground in his push to destroy Social Security.
Despite Bush's intensive campaign to promote the idea, the percentage of Americans who say they favor private accounts has tumbled to 46% in Pew's latest nationwide survey, down from 54% in December and 58% in September. Support has declined as the public has become increasingly aware of the president's plan. More than four-in-ten (43%) say they have heard a lot about the proposal, nearly double the number who said that in December (23%).
This is good news, at least it won't be easy for Bush and the rest of the GOP to overhaul SS.