A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds, in fact, that 59% of Likely U.S. Voters think it is at least somewhat likely that most voters will be disappointed with Republicans in Congress before the next national elections. That includes 38% who say it is Very Likely.
Vote the bastards out! But vote these other bastards in who we’ll vote out next time! Gridlock ahoy!
Note to typical GOP bubble types: You may be tempted to think this means you guys can go carte blanche on the crazy, but you may want to think twice. Looks […]Full Story... →
It’s been two weeks since the last Rasmussen Reports poll came out. Just like the Senate race, the last three polls in the race have all been Rasmussen.
For almost a month, neither the DGA nor the Strickland campaign has been running any ads in Ohio. So, the Kasich-Taylor campaign has had the airwaves all to themselves.
Here’s what Rasmussen has shown over the past month.
Kasich: 47% Strickland: 40% Kasich Very Unfavorable: 16%
Immediately after Kasich ad starting running:
Kasich: 48% Strickland: 43% Kasich Very Unfavorable: 16%
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