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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Oh, Arkansas Pt. II

Posted By on Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 11:07 AM

Here's that promised poll on Arkansas political outlooks. Ugh

Birthers rule.

Obama disapproval is high. A majority of people think better of Rush Limbaugh's ideas.

The good news is that base instincts frequently don't prevail at election time here, when the choices are live politicians, not abstract constructs or fake issues produced by scurrilous special interest disinformation campaigns. McMath, Bumpers, Pryor, Clinton, Beebe, etc. These are not Dittoheads.

Here's the whole shebang, with breakdowns on individual questions.

Installment tomorrow will focus on U.S. Sen. Blanche Lincoln. Zip name recognition for all the Repubs so far, but they still poll within margin of error in matchups with Lincoln.

 

 


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