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New Kids' Survey. Shocking Results. Is Bush to Blame?

Reported by Marie Therese - April 5, 2006

This morning on FOX & Friends First, hosts Steve Doocy, Alisyn Camerota and Judge Andrew Napolitano discussed a new Scholastic Magazine poll of 30,000 of America's schoolchildren that has produced a shocking result. It seems that - in a radical departure from past years - 80% of those questioned DO NOT want to be President of the United States!

JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO: I wanted to President, too, when I was a kid. I don't understand why there would be this radical change. I think the numbers are extraordinary. As children, everyone is taught "You can grow up to become the President." Now, 80% - 4 out of 5 - are saying "I don't want it!"


STEVE DOOCY: ... In 2004 they had an online poll - Scholastic did - and in 2004, just two short years ago, 75% said "Yeah. I'd like to be President." So how could there be such an enormous seed change in two short years?!


Note to the Republican Party: Don't hitch your wagon to a fading star!

Even the kids get the message about "this" President!

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