Eric Dienstfrey | September 18, 2007
- 29% approve of the way George Bush is handling his job as president.
- 68% think the U.S. should either "decrease" or "remove all" troops from Iraq; 21% say it should keep the same number, 6% say it should increase the number.
- Among 289 likely Democratic primary voters asked to chose among three candidates, Sen. Hillary Clinton leads Sen. Barack Obama (43% to 22%) in a national primary; former Sen. John Edwards trails at 16%.
- "Sixty-one percent of those who plan to vote in a Democratic primary express confidence in Clinton's ability to make the right decisions about health care. Forty-two percent say they have confidence in Obama, while 39 percent say they have confidence in Edwards."