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Even among those who said they disapprove of Obamacare, 59 percent still disapproved of the shutdown.
Assistants to Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas have disapproved of the plan.
More than 50 per cent of respondents in the survey, taken between October 30 and November 11, said they disapproved of how Obama handled key issues in his second term, including Syria, Iran, the economy, healthcare and the federal budget deficit.
For comparison, last month's survey found that 63% approved of the President's job approval while only 34% disapproved.
The poll showed that 53 percent disapproved of the way the 75-year-old king is carrying out his functions compared to 42 percent who approved.
In this study, I will review both opinions concerning approving and disapproved the idea of banks of milk and discuss the points of dispute between the two parties.
The figure for Britain was even higher at 57 per cent, with more than four fifths saying they disapproved of US actions in Iraq specifically.
Almost the same amount disapproved of the Iraq War, with 41 percent strongly disapproving.
A proposal, modeled after the New York State law, to require placards on buildings constructed with trusses was disapproved by the Fire Code Committee as a result of testimony by AWC and the Wood Truss Council of America.
Among Californians in general, 64 percent disapprove of his overall job performance, compared with 60 percent who disapproved in February.
3% disapproved of it because for the same reason, the Yomiuri poll found.
Students were asked whether they approved or disapproved of laws that would do the following: