George W. Bush holds the record, at 19% (2/16-19/2008 -- during the Iraqi insurgency, and 09/16-19/2008 -- after an extremely bad economic week). Harry S Truman is second lowest, at 22% (2/9-14/1952 -- during the Korean War). Richard Nixon is third lowest, with 24% (7/12-15/1974, 8/2-5/1974 -- during the Watergate scandal). Jimmy Carter is fourth lowest, with 28% (6/29-7/2/79 -- during the Iran hostage crisis).
Highest disapproval rating
George W. Bush holds the record with 76% (9/16-19/2008, 5% undecided, ARG  and 11/6-9/2008, 1% undecided, CNN ). Harry S Truman is second highest, with 67% (1/6-11/1952, 9% undecided, Gallup Poll). Richard Nixon is third highest, with 66% (1/4-7/1974, 10% undecided, Gallup Poll). George H.W. Bush is fourth highest, with 60% (7/31-8/2/92, 11% undecided, Gallup Poll).
"If it turns out that President Barack Obama can make a deal with the most intransigent, hard-line, unreasonable, totalitarian mullahs in the world but not with Republicans? Maybe he’s not the problem."
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