The latest UW Badger Poll shows support slipping for some state and national leaders.
The survey of Wisconsin residents conducted in November found the approval ratings of Governor Doyle and President Obama are on the decline.
About 46-percent of Wisconsinites approved of the work being done by Governor Doyle, down from 52-percent in October of last year.
President Obama slipped to 60-percent, down three points from a similar survey conducted this past spring.
Despite the concerns about leadership, state and federal legislative bodies did see an upswing in support. Congress jumped to an approval rating of 46-percent, after dipping down to 21-percent last fall. The poll shows 58-percent of Wisconsin residents think the state Legislature is currently doing a good job.
AUDIO: Andrew Beckett reports (:40)