President Bush's approval rating is, well quite frankly, embarrassing.
According to this page: Bush: Job Ratings , His highest approval rating is ~46%, and lowest is ~27%.
And lets face it, all this stems from the Iraq war. The war in Afghanistan, fine, going after the bastards responsible for 9/11 is a good just cause (Before you say anything about me being from Canada and that I shouldn't have an opinion on the matter, Let me remind you that Canadian citizens died on 9/11, and I've lost friends in Afghanistan, and I'm a Duel Citizen as well), but Iraq, The US went there looking for Weapons of Mass Destruction and to Oust Saddam. And when there were no WMD's to be found, it was to hunt down terrorists, who only came to Iraq in the first place because You guys got rid of Saddam (Saddam hated Al Quida, and he did a good job keeping them out of the country). So what was the real reason going there? Putting in place a Democratic government sympathetic to the US to secure Oil interests, and then to top it all off: No Clear exit strategy once their mission was accomplished.
And it only cost the lives of 3818 US service men, 170 British service men, and 131 service men from other coalition forces. And thats not counting the tens of thousands of civilian deaths.
My political views are pretty liberal to begin with, so If I were to vote in the US, I'd be a democrat, and the opinion I gave above makes me out to be pretty anti-war, and I am Anti-war, but coming from a military family with a long military history dating all the way back to the American Revolution, I have a unique perspective: While I dislike war, I understand that in some instances, it is necessary, and that we should support our troops, regardless of our opinions on war simply because of the fact that they are there. If you have a problem with the conflict, take it up with your Elected representative, don't take it out on the people who serve your country.