From NBC's Domenico Montanaro
A majority of Americans do not think the administration has done a good job handling the oil spill crisis in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a new Pew/National Journal poll.
"A total of 57% of voters say they rate the admin's handling of the spill as only fair (31%) or poor (26%). Only 31% say the admin is doing an excellent or good job," Hotline writes.
And it's even worse for BP: "Fully 70% of voters say the company is handling the matter poorly or only fairly, while just 19% five the company positive marks."