Nobody's digging on Barack Obama these days. As the President enjoys his remaining days on Martha's Vineyard, his latest poll numbers are the worst in his 2.5 years in office, hitting a rock bottom low of 38 percent in the Gallup daily tracking numbers earlier this week.
The prime factor in that lowly number of course is the fact that the U.S. economy, due to a variety of circumstances, has weakened this summer after a modest recovery had begun to slowly bring the nation out of the recession that officially ended in 2009.
But although the president's critics say his economic policies are the reason unemployment remains stubbornly high, another group blame most of our troubles at the hands of the man Barack Obama replaced, George W. Bush.
That group would be the 1,000 adults nationwide asked recently in an AP-Gfk poll, who by a margin of 51-31 percent, blamed Bush more than Obama for the current state of our affairs.