President Bush's overall approval rating is up to 90 percent approval in a new poll that nonetheless shows some unease over his handling of the economy and other domestic issues.

The ABC News-Washington Post poll showed 94 percent expressed approval for the way Bush has handled the Persian Gulf war, but just 49 percent approved of the way he has handled the economy.The poll was conducted Friday through Monday among a random sample of 1,215 adults nationwide.

Bush's net approval stood at 63 percent on Dec. 2, climbed to 79 percent Jan. 27 and then lofted to 90 percent in the current survey.

The 49 percent approval of the way Bush is handling the economy showed a slight upswing from the 45 percent he scored on Jan. 27.