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Liberalism: Why think when you can “feel”?

Anti-incumbent year? Sure…if you’re a Democrat incumbent!

The talking points from the left are that there is an anti-incumbent sentiment, not an anti-Democrat or anti-Obama/Pelosi/Reid sentiment, that is making November shape up to be a rough one for Dems.  While there is a small morsel of truth in that statement (see Bob Bennett’s defeat in the UT GOP Senate primary), by and large, it’s a crock.  The sentiment is definitely, without a doubt, largely anti-Democrat.  Poll after poll shows massive unpopularity with the Dems, especially among independents.

This, though, is particularly damning:

To gauge what voters are thinking in House districts where surveys show the races will likely be tight in November and a switch in party control is possible, Democratic firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and Republican firm Public Opinion Strategies conducted a poll of 1,200 “likely” voters in 60 battleground districts that elected Democrats in 2008 (one of the seats is vacant) and 10 districts now represented by Republicans. The full poll, including the list of battleground districts, is here.

There’s more at the link.

So much for the “it’s not the left’s agenda, it’s just the state of the economy, etc.” meme.

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June 16, 2010 - Posted by | polls

1 Comment »

  1. YES, I WOULD LIKE A LIST OF ALL FLORIDA STATE INCUMBENTS, DEM/REP SEEKING RE-ELECTION IN NOVEMBER, WHAT WEB SITE HOSTS THIS INFORMATION. I WANT TO BE PREPARED COME NOVEMBER
    THANK YOU RON STECKO

    Comment by RON STECKO | June 22, 2010


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