About half of American voters have a positive opinion of President Barack Obama — and about the same number think positively about his predecessor, George W. Bush.
Fifty-two percent have a favorable opinion of Obama according to the latest Fox News poll, while 49 percent of voters have a favorable view of Bush.
There is a wide partisan gap: Republicans (79 percent) are three times as likely as Democrats (24 percent) to have a positive opinion of Bush.
The gap is even wider on Obama’s favorable rating: Five times as many Democrats (86 percent) as Republicans (17 percent) like the current occupant of the White House.
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