Most Oklahomans say they approve of President Bush’s job performance, but responses to the latest Oklahoma Poll suggest a diminished enthusiasm for the chief executive.

Fifty-four percent of 1,060 likely voters surveyed statewide July 8-11 by SoonerPoll.com said they approve of the president’s job performance. That’s down from 59 percent in January, the low 60s throughout 2005 and a high of 89 percent in late 2001.

Still, Bush’s approval rating in Oklahoma is almost 20 points higher than nationally.

ContinuedClick here to read the entire Tulsa World article

SHARE

NO COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY