It’s been awhile since I’ve posted any poll numbers, so here’s a few. This is from RASMUSSEN.
First, here are the polls from upcoming Congressional mid-term elections:
In Wisconsin, former Republican Governor Tommy Thompson is ahead in the polls over incumbent Democratic Senator Russ Feingold, 47% to 43%. And Thompson has not even entered the race!
In Iowa, Republican SENATOR CHARLES GRASSLEY leads former Iowa House member Bob Krause 56% to 30%, 59% to 31% over former U. S. Attorney Roxanne Conlon, and 61% to 25% over State Senator Tom Fiegen.
In Nevada, Chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Party Sue Lowden leads incumbent Senator Harry Reid by a margin of 50% to 40%. Former UNLV basketball player Danny Tarkanian leads Reid 50% to 43%.
In additional to the national races, Rasmussen polls show Democratic incumbent governors and Democratic state legislators are also running behind Republican challengers.
If I’m going to bore your with statistics, you know I HAVE to include the President’s approval ratings. As of January 29, 2010, 25% of voters nationally strongly approve of the job Obama is doing as President. On the other hand, 42% of voters strongly disapprove. This gives President Obama an approval index of -17% which Rasmussen calculates by subtracting the percentage of those who strongly disapprove from the percentage of those who strongly approve. This is down two percentage points from just a couple of days ago.

So, I think the Democrats might just possibly be in a little trouble, as in a serious meltdown. Massachusetts was the warning shot. To the Democrats, it sounded like an atom bomb.

Liberal Democrats, hear that rumble? See the dust cloud on the horizon? That’s us, the angry American voters, coming to a voting booth near you, November 2010.



2 Responses to “THE LATEST NUMBERS”

  1. Cecelia Corbit Says:

    Accurate to an extent, which is a big part of the reason the Conservatives set out passing on the Republicans a entire decade ago, or at the very least stopped voting for their nominees. Im fairly conservative, but no way was I going to vote for a Bush or McCain. All The Same, the Presidency simply has so much power – they CANNOT legislate and a more precise assesment of expenditure comes from looking at who is running the House and Senate, not the White House. The Obamabots are drawing a differentiation when it fits them as their President struggles to act out his agenda, and the Bushies did the comparable when the position was converse later in his Presidency.

  2. Issac Maez Says:

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