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POLL: NPR Bush, Primary Voters (GQR/POS)


A new National Public Radio national survey (story, results, highlights) of 1,000 likely voters (conducted 4/26 through 4/29 by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) and Public Opinion Strategies (R) ) finds:

  • 37% approve of the way President Bush is handling his job; 59% disapprove.

  • 56% of Democratic primary voters say Congress and President Bush should pay the most attention to the "war in Iraq," while 30% of Republicans agree.

  • A 37% plurality of Republican primary voters say Congress and Bush should pay the most attention to "terrorism and national security," while 11% of Democrats agree.

 

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