A new WSJ/NBC survey reveals some interesting things about the presidential candidates and their approval ratings…
Obama’s approval rating is high: 51% positive- with only 28% negative.
McCain’s numbers are similiar: 47% positive, 27% negative.
But Hillary Clinton’s negatives are huge: 43% (48% positive).
Funny thing: Bill Clinton’s negatives are now even higher than that, up to a whopping 45% – a ten point gain since a year ago. (you can count me in this group)
He’s got 32% positive and 63% negative– easily crushing the competition.
The Democrats need to get this primary election finished so they can start focusing on educating Americans on the similarities between Bush and McCain!
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