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Democrats, Don’t Freak Out!

George W. Bush is popular again. According to a new poll from CNN, the majority of Americans—52 percent—have a “favorable” view of Bush, versus 43 percent who still aren’t keen on the former president. And while he isn’t as popular as...Show More Summary

Congratulations, George W. Bush, Half The Country Doesn’t Hate You Anymore!

At last, some good news for America’s worst president ever. Not every single person in the country who isn’t related to him or collecting a paycheck from Fox News still spends much time thinking about how much George W. Bush sucks: Read more on Congratulations, George W. Bush, Half The Country Doesn’t Hate You Anymore!…

Miss Me Yet? George W. Bush Now More Popular Than Obama

George W. Bush may not have been the most popular president during his time in office. But six and a half years later, it seems most Americans have had a change of heart about the former president, so much so that they apparently view him more favorably than the current occupant of the Oval Office.

George Bush more popular than Obama

This is pretty much karma on steroids and PCP. Americans now have a more favorable view of former President George W. Bush than they do of President Barack Obama. It is the first time in more than a decade that Americans have expressed a favorable view of Bush, at least according to a new CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday. Show More Summary

Pictures that may explain why George W. Bush is polling better than President Obama

4 hours agoNews : ComPost

It happened. It finally happened. America’s view of George W. Bush is more favorable than not. In fact, he’s now more popular than President Obama. Absence has made our hearts grow so fond that a stunning 52 percent of Americans view him favorably. We don’t even need to wait for the results from critical Florida […]

Rick Perry's Fiscal Record

Rick Perry, former governor of Texas, will announce his second White House run tomorrow. Perry served as Texas governor from December 2000, following the election of George W. Bush, until January of this year. During his long tenure, Perry showed reasonable fiscal restraint. Show More Summary

Suddenly George W. Bush More Popular Than Obama in New Poll

Obama has failed so badly that he is now less popular than George W. Bush, the president everyone said was the “worst” president in history. In the face of Obama’s

(George W.) Bush vs. Obama

The latest CNN/ORC poll shows President Obama’s approval rating is at 45 percent, his disapproval rating at 52 percent. By contrast, former President George W. Bush’s favorability is now at 52 percent, and his unfavorable rating at 43 percent. Among Republicans his favorability stands at 88 percent, unfavorable only 7 percent. Over many polls Obama’s average […]

Silver Linings: Dubya Would Not Hurt A Jeb Presidency

If Jeb Bush manages to win the 2016 nomination–and the presidency–having George W. Bush as an adviser wouldn’t be viewed as a bad thing. In a...

WELL, TO BE FAIR, THE COUNTRY AND THE WORLD WERE IN A LOT BETTER SHAPE IN 2008 THAN IN 2015. George

WELL, TO BE FAIR, THE COUNTRY AND THE WORLD WERE IN A LOT BETTER SHAPE IN 2008 THAN IN 2015. George W. Bush outpolls Barack Obama.

Bush Now Outpolls Obama

A new CNN/ORC poll finds former President George W. Bush has more favorable ratings than President Obama. “Bush is seen in a favorable light by 52 percent of those surveyed, compared with 43 percent who still view the 43rd president [...]

Will Jeb Bush Be Able To Win Over George W. Bush’s Supporters?

At first glance, it seems like a silly question. After all, it would seem that Jeb Bush and George W. Bush would have similar politics and positions on issues: They’re representatives of the same political party, and perhaps more telling, they’re both representatives of the Bush political dynasty. Show More Summary

George W. Bush now more popular than Obama

A new CNN/ORC poll finds a majority view the former president favorably for the first time in more than a decade.

George W Bush now more popular than Obama: poll

8 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Former US President George W. Bush is now more popular than his successor Barack Obama, according to a CNN/ORC poll released Wednesday. The survey said 52 percent of Americans polled have a favorable opinion of the former Republican president who was in office between 2001 and 2009, while 49...

Poll: Iowa caucus-goers support the idea of George W. and Bill Clinton advising a future president

The Hawkeye State isn't afraid of either George W. Bush or Bill Clinton taking a significant role in advising Jeb or Hillary, apparently. From a new Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register poll: Fifty-seven percent of likely Republican...Show More Summary

For First Time in Years, More People Like George W. Bush than Dislike Him

8 hours agoNews : Mediaite

If this poll indicates anything, the days of Americans vehemently disliking George W. Bush are over, replaced by the days of Americans going "eh" over him.

Bush Sorry Patriot Act Repealed Before He Got Chance to Read It

CRAWFORD, TEXAS (The Borowitz Report)—Just hours after the United States Senate voted to reverse key provisions of the Patriot Act, former President George W. Bush said that he regretted that the law had been partially repealed before he ever got a chance to read it.

George W. Bush Now Crushing Obama in Popularity Poll

Considering Obama’s expansive legacy of failure it’s a wonder how it took so long for Bush 43 to surpass this abomination in the White House. We know for sure this will ruin Obama’s days once he learns about it, but … Continued

George W. Bush is much more popular than Barack Obama.

According to a new CNN poll: 52% disapprove of Obama and 45% approve. [I]t's dropped since April, going from a near-even 48% approve to 47% disapprove split... [T]he rising disapproval ratings come across party lines, from both men and women, from whites and non-whites.As for George W. Show More Summary

You're Wrong If You Want To Reduce The National Debt

After consecutive budget surpluses the last 4 years (1998-2001) of the Clinton administration, the U.S. was looking at a projected $6.7 trillion surplus over the next decade when George W. Bush came into office. That unprecedented projected federal bounty turned out to be the budget equivalent of Big Foot: it wasn’t [...]

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