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to have or express an unfavorable opinion of

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Bioethicists are the commentators, the disapprovers, sometimes the approvers, and even sometimes for hire.
Similarly, more than 50% of the president's Democratic and independent disapprovers who watched the speech changed to approval (Kernell 2007).
Just as President Clinton scored his strongest gains among his disapprovers, so, too, did Reagan in public support for military involvement in Lebanon and Grenada.
An analysis of the three broad categories of responses (inaction, partisan bickering, and disagreements with what Congress has done) by party affiliation shows that Democrats who disapprove of the job Congress is doing are much more likely than Republicans to cite inaction in their reasoning, even though inaction is easily the dominant reason supplied by disapprovers of both parties.
Between Pew's March 2009 and August 2010 polls, Obama's approval rating dropped from 59% to 47%, and the proportion saying he is a Muslim rose from 11% to 18%, while the proportion of disapprovers saying he is a Muslim held about steady (21% in the first survey, 23% in the second).
Not surprisingly, the answers given to these three questions are correlated: respondents who approved of Carter's performance on one issue were likely to approve of his performance on other dimensions as well, and similarly with disapprovers.
McCain's problem, of course, was that there were so few approvers and so many disapprovers in 2008 compared to 1988 and 2000.