Well, everybody's turning - Congress is at 18/78 approval/disapproval, which makes you wonder about the four percent who can't make up their minds - but the Democrats have gone from 45% to 30% in a month, which ... well, is this not a pretty graph?
Particularly that 15 point drop among Democrats, which is not so much a drop as a 'dive.' Unfortunately, the nature of graphs such as these cannot convey a sense of a tumbling, end-over-end, unpowered fall; not that I'm suggesting that anything happened in the last month that might have caused a catastrophic engine failure for the Democratic party.
PS: For those Democrats wondering why no-one in their party leadership doesn't seem to want to embrace this as evidence that Congressional Democrats should embrace the President's agenda... look at the graph of independent support. It's been eroding over the last year... and started to steadily erode once the Democrats acquired their super-majority in July 2009. For many Congressional Democrats, this is the only job that they've ever known; they get twitchy when people suggest strategies that might end up forcing them to actually have to work for a living.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.