Pollsters at Survey USA have released their latest national survey. The good news (for Karl Rove): Bush is still popular. The bad news: The other 47 states think he's a loser. Bush only has positive ratings in the adjacent states of Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah. The rest of the country is, like the kids say, "blue." You can cycle through the data and see exactly which groups have turned on Bush (check out Republicans in Arizona), or you can visit liberal blogger Chris Bowers' gloatterific map of approval-by-state and by county.
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