Bush losing favor with men
This latest Newsweek poll (from PollingReport.com) is pretty amazing:
"In general, would you like to see George W. Bush reelected to another term as president, or not?"
The gender gap on this question is virtually non-existent. Bush appears to be losing favor with men as much as women. I wonder if they still would like to have a beer with the guy?
The head-to-head numbers are also interesting in that Dean, Clark, Kerry, Lieberman and Gephardt all are within 4-5 points of Bush. Some look at these numbers and say that none of the candidates have broken out to challenge Bush. I look at these numbers and I see an electorate that is getting so sick of Bush that they will find any of these alternatives acceptable as a replacement.
Can we please stop harping on the electability question?