History will ultimately judge the decisions that were made for Iraq and I'm just not going to be around to see the final verdict.
In other words, I'll be dead.
Rightardia suggests the higher public perception is related to partisan politics and the 47 per cent of Americans who usually vote Republican.
The Siena College outcome were similar to two informal surveys done by the History News Network in 2004 and 2008.[
Bush was later dismissive of the negative evaluations by historians.
GW Bush said:
to assume that historians can figure out the effect of the Bush administration before the Bush administration has ended is just ... in my mind ... not an accurate reflection upon how history works.
In 2010 Siena College poll conducted a of 238 Presidential scholars.
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