Rasmussen — 56% Still Blame Bush For Economic Problems

One year after the collapse of global financial firm Lehman Brothers, most voters (56%) continue to blame the nation’s current economic problems on the recession that started under George W. Bush, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.

That’s up one point over the past month, but down six points from mid-May.

Thirty-seven percent (37%) blame current problems on the policies implemented by President Obama, down two points from August.

While the majority of Democrats (81%) and unaffiliated voters (52%) blame the Bush administration, 59% of GOP voters blame Obama’s policies.

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