According to a new Washington Times/Rasmussen Reports poll

Republicans like Sen. Barack Obama nearly as much as they like their own likely presidential nominee, Sen. John McCain…

The survey determined that a quarter of self-identified Republicans rated Mr. McCain most likable, but nearly as many ā€” 23 percent ā€” chose Mr. Obama as most likable. And among all adults surveyed, Mr. Obama was rated likable by more people than Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Mr. McCain combined, underscoring the Illinois senator’s appeal to voters across the political spectrum.

 
  • Yeah, I would agree with this as a Republican

  • But it’s one thing to cross over and vote in the primary- a whole different thing to do it in the General election.

    I doubt many republicans are going to vote for Obama in the general. Hopefully they’ll just stay home.

    Of course, if Hillary is our nominee- then we can count on massive Republican turnout.

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