The Washington Post ran an article on Sunday, November 4, 2007, about a poll conducted on how Americans feel about their country and its future. According to the poll, Americans are ready for a change, in fact, they are more than ready. Here are some of the questions and answers:
74% think the country is on the wrong track as compared to 24% who thought it was on the right track;
64% disapprove of the job that Bush is doing as compared to 33% who approve of the job he is doing;
54% want the Democratic Party to be in control of Congress after the 2008 elections as compared to 40% who want the GOP in control;
63% disapprove of the job Republicans are doing in Congress as compared to 32% who approve;
56% have a negative view of the Republican Party as compared to 39% who have a positive view while 51% have a positive view of the Democratic Party as compared to 45% who have a negative view; and
75% want a president who will move America in a new direction after the 2008 election as compared to 23% who want America to continue in the same direction that George W. Bush has charted.
You can read the actual poll questions and view the data here.