Polls Find Support for Bush Holding Steady

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Several public opinion polls conducted in recent days find President Bush holding his own, or even improving, in his job approval and re-election numbers. Andrew Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center for the People and Press, notes the polls were conducted after the flare-up of violence in Iraq. Hear Kohut and NPR's Bob Edwards.



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