Sunday, September 24, 2006

More Bad Polling News For the Dems

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It's looking pretty bad for the party of appeasement:

Today's Iowa Poll of the 2008 race for president in the Hawkeye state ought to make Republicans happy and cause a pause on the Democratic side.It's particularly bad news for Gov.
Tom Vilsack and Sen. Hillary Clinton, two Democrats gearing up for that contest.

We asked likely Iowa voters what they'd do in some hypothetical 2008 matchups in the state. The two GOP front-runners, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Arizona Sen. John McCain, beat the Democratic front-runners - Clinton, former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards and Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry.

(Giuliani beats Clinton 56-37; Edwards, 51-43; and Kerry, 53-40. McCain defeats Clinton 54-37; Edwards, 47-46; and Kerry, 53-39.)

I predict that the next approval poll will look better for Bush also. The donks have every chance imaginable to take at least one of the branches of the legislature and still no one likes them.

Update: Better news, Cantwell slips.

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