Bush, whose substantial Arab-American support in 2000
helped him win swing states, has plummeted in Arab-American polls.
“The community has changed. It was almost the
other way around in 2000,” said pollster John Zogby, himself an
Arab-American. Bush's approval among Arab-Americans is at 34 percent.
And in surveys that pit Bush against an unnamed Democratic opponent,
the Democrat wins the support of 45 percent of respondents a
virtual flip-flop from the 2000 numbers.