I see that in the latest Harris poll the President has fallen to a 28% approval rating, which means that close to three quarters of those surveyed don't believe he's doing a good job. The poll also shows that nobody in Washington (on either side of the aisle) has the majority of poll takers feeling positive about their job performance.
I did find one thing odd in the poll which was this item:
When asked which two issues the government should address first, 30% of poll respondents said the war and 13% said Iraq.
I'd like to know how folks divided this up. Were they thinking about the 'war on terror'? Was there a separate question about Afghanistan which didn't show up in the article I read? Just curious.