35% approve of the way President Bush is handling his job; 62% disapprove.
39% approve of the way Congress is doing its job; 53% disapprove.
Approval of the Democrats in Congress has dropped from 54% to 44% since April -- "with the decline occurring almost exclusively among strong opponents of the Iraq War."
From the poll results (formatted for readability):
[Do you think the war with Iraq was worth fighting, or not?
Strongly - 24
Somewhat - 12
Not Worth Fighting
Somewhat - 12
Strongly - 50
Do you think the number of U.S. military forces in Iraq should be (increased), (decreased), or kept about the same?
Increased - 19
Decreased - All/Immediately - 15
Decreased - Not All/Not Immediately - 40
Kept About the Same - 23
Do you think the United States is or is not making significant progress toward restoring civil order in Iraq?
Is - 32
Is Not - 64
Do you think [the recent] increase of U.S. forces [to Iraq] will or will not improve the security situation there over the next few months?
Will - 39
Will not - 58
Do you think (the United States must win the war in Iraq in order for the broader war on terrorism to be a success), or do you think (the war on terrorism can be a success without the United States winning the war in Iraq?)
US must win war in Iraq - 37
Can be a success without US winning war in Iraq - 56
Overall, do you feel that you can or cannot trust the Bush administration to honestly and accurately report intelligence about security threats facing the United States?
Can - 38
Cannot - 60