Despite more voters faulting former President Bush's policies for the country's economic woes, most American voters think it is time for President Obama to stop blaming Bush.
Nearly half of voters — 47 percent — think Bush's policies are mostly to blame for the economic difficulties the country is having today, compared to 32 percent who think Obama's policies are to blame.
Even so, fully 76 percent of voters think it is time for the Obama administration to start taking responsibility for the condition of the economy. That's more than four times as many as think it is right to continue to place the blame on Bush (18 percent).
A majority of Democrats, who overwhelmingly think Bush is responsible for the economy (82 percent), think it is time for Obama to quit blaming Bush (57 percent).
Overall, 55 percent of those who think Bush's policies are to blame think it's time for Obama to take responsibility.
76% is a vast majority. The word is in. Voter's ain't buying the "Blame Bush" strategy anymore.
Other point. 88% still believe we are in a recession. 48% of that believe it is worsening.