Today it is reported that 24% of Connecticut support Bush, http://www.courant.com/news/nationw...0,2212469.story?coll=hc-headlines-nationworld but more telling is a graphic that is taking from a poll on all of the states..it is pretty compelling that support for GWB is falling off of the board, please no one get their panties in a bunch over the source, it is only a graphic from Survey USA...the map would not copy, however the only four states still supporting GWB are Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska and Utah is pretty significant. http://democrats.com/node/8712 Let's face it, watching George W. Bush's approval rating tick incrementally down to the single digits he has so rightfully earned is in some ways the political equivalent of watching paint dry. We know he's going down and the relevant issue seems to be when that will happen. At this point, the only interesting thing in examining individual approval polls is wondering how uninformed or Kool-Aid drunk this thirty-something percent must be to still actually believe he is doing a good job. What's more instructive, is to look at where he started and how far he has fallen in just 18 months since the 2004 presidential election. On November 2, 2004, Bush received a 50 percent or more vote of confidence in 31 of 50 states --30 states if you believe he did not legitimately win Ohio. How many states give him that same vote just a year and a half later, based on April 2006 approval polls? Four.