Fighting the War on Terror: Giuliani and McCain Get Higher Ratings than Clinton, Obama or Edwards
President Bush's Very Negative Ratings Do Not Seem to Drag Other Republicans Down
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - June 19, 2007 - President George W. Bush continues to get very negative ratings on fighting the war on terror (28% positive and 70% negative). However, this public criticism of the President does not seem to be dragging other Republican candidates down with him. Rudy Giuliani, Mayor of New York on 9/11, and Senator John McCain, Vietnam War hero, are both seen as more likely to do well fighting the war on terror than Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama or John Edwards.