Democrats Continue High Approval Numbers For Leadership On Issues
New polling data from Rasmussen as well as other sources continues to note more voter trust in the Democrats on various issues ranging from the economy to health care, and recent historic Republican advantages on isues such as dealing with the War On Terror steadily declining to a near draw. All of this is certainly a good omen for the Democrats, where low approval numbers for Congress don't seem to be translating into disapproval for their party going in to 2008.
Perhaps much of the disapproval with Congress relates to their inability to be able to end the war in Iraq. Voters probably see the Democrats as the only party likely to do that compared to so much known public Republican support for the war.