(CNN) -- Beset with an unpopular war and an American public increasingly less trusting, President Bush faces the lowest approval rating of his presidency, according to a national poll released Monday.
Bush also received his all-time worst marks in three other categories in the CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll. The categories were terrorism, Bush's trustworthiness and whether the Iraq war was worthwhile.
Bush's 37 percent overall approval rating was two percentage points below his ranking in an October survey.
And at home:
(Angus Reid Global Scan) – Fewer Canadians express positive views on their prime minister, according to a poll by Leger Marketing. 35 per cent of respondents are satisfied with the Liberal government led by Paul Martin, down five points since September.
(Hat-tip to Inkless on the Canadian approval rating)