In a CBS News/New York Times poll out Thursday, more than half the public disapproves of the job he's doing. And it gets worse from there:
Only 39 percent approve of his handling of the economy.
Only 39 percent approve of his handling of foreign policy.
Only 37 percent approve of his handling of the war in Iraq.
Only 25 percent approve of his handling of Social Security.
Only the campaign against terrorism gets the approval of more than half those questioned. The biggest drop off is among Americans aged 30 to 44. In just the past month, his approval rating in that group has fallen 14 points.
Complete Results: The New York Times Poll
61% of Americans think the country has seriously gotten off the wrong track.
33% approve of the way Congress is handling its job.
61% think George Bush does not have the same priorities as you have.
66% of Americans are uneasy about his approach to make the right decisions regarding Social Sercurity.
48% believe the Democratic Party is more likely to make the right decision regarding Social Security. 31% think Republicans.
51% of Americans believe the United States should have stayed out of Iraq.
With poll numbers this bad it makes you wonder what Rove has up his sleeve. Pretty damn scary.