Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) February 14, 2008
As George Bush continues to annoy and irritate the American people, visitors on the website PresidentPollsUSA.com can track how low his approval rating really is at the click of a button. According to the Webmaster of PresidentPollsUSA.com, he felt that the general public needed this resource and hopes that others can use the information on his site in the field. As this is an election year, any political information will become relevant. Secondly, as this is perhaps one of the most hated presidents in recent memory, a site dedicated to his popularity (or lack thereof) is certainly fitting for a president so much despised.
The ease of use is certainly a great factor to consider when one researches statistic-heavy websites. All of the links on PresidentPollsUSA.com are clearly labeled and straightforward. For example, on the homepage of PresidentPollsUSA.com, all 50 states are listed on the left hand side and each state has a link to another window that will explain how the residents of such a state feels about the current, sitting president. As seen on the homepage, the majority of the states are ranking the president in the 20s, while the southern states are approving him at the 30s. Clearly, this president is out of touch with the public and needs to be removed.
According to PresidentPollsUSA.com, Americans are not happy with president Bush as seen in his approval ratings. Specifically, the great state of California has an approval rating of 26.3 for the president, while the great state of New York gives president Bush an approval rating of 24.0. The only state that has a higher rating of more than 30 for the president is the great state of Arizona. Perhaps most of those polled were Republican, since Arizona is traditionally a 'red' state. Nonetheless, the information on PresidentPollsUSA.com is unbiased and can be trusted as a neutral site for presidential polls.
On a side note, PresidentPollsUSA.com is part of a family of political websites aimed at informing the general public about politics. This specific site tries to inform the public with a current sitting president's approval rating.
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