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Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Bush Bounce Confounds the Media

Looks like Bush is gaining in popularity again. Maybe now since the media in not in attack mode because of the election, people are not bombarded with attacks against Bush. And the war in Iraq is looking better because Fulluja is now in the allies hands.

NewsMax.com's Fr. Michael Reilly notes that President Bush's approval ratings are on the rise again, much to the chagrin of the mainstream press.

The results of the first major post-election poll show a big bounce for President Bush, with a CNN/Gallup survey awarding Bush a 55 percent job approval rating, with only 42 percent disapproving. What's more, Bush's personal popularity is 60 percent as opposed to 39 percent who do not approve.

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