Official: Prosser wins. Liberals may now cry or overrun the Capital in Protest of the democratic process Milwaukee County was the last one to hold out, but now its numbers are in too. Smells like … victory. A conservative justice has weathered attempts to link him to Wisconsin’s governor and a divisive union rights law and won re-election, according to county vote totals finalized Friday. Tallies from each of the […]
The only thing I can say about this article by a pollster that I respect is that if Obama is the Democratic Field, in my best playground speak, his flaws are are bigger than our flaws. Now on to the New York Time article by FiveThirtyEight Nate Silver: When thinking about the candidates for the 2012 Republican nomination, we can divide them into basically three groups. First are candidates […]
PRINCETON, NJ — Mike Huckabee tops a large list of potential GOP presidential candidates in current support for the party’s 2012 nomination, with 19% of Republicans saying they are most likely to back him. This gives Huckabee a slight edge over Mitt Romney (15%). Sarah Palin is now at 12% after receiving 16% support in three prior Gallup polls. Newt Gingrich is the only other potential candidate who registers […]
The latest Ramussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in South Carolina shows Haley with 50% support to Sheheen’s 33%. Four percent (4%) like some other candidate in the race, and 13% remain undecided.
The most amazing thing about this? When Democrats tell people that voters hate the GOP as much as they hate them, they’re not blowing smoke. That’s basically true. In fact, in many polls, the Republican Party’s favorables are still lower than the Democrats’. And even so: Biggest generic ballot lead … in history. That’s how popular Hopenchange is. The flip side of that calculus, of course: Imagine what the lead […]