Thursday, December 10, 2009

Rasmussen: Specter's Future Not Looking So Bright

This is a beauty:

The turnaround in this poll was found in the match up between Toomey and Sestak.  In all previous Rasmussen polls Toomey was tied with Sestak.   Sestak opted to primary Specter despite the fact Specter was greeted with open arms as his party-switch strengthened the Democratic majority.  Rasmussen notes, the Democratic agenda is not getting the warm reception by Pennsylvanians, however:
While Barack Obama carried Pennsylvania by 11 points over John McCain last November, the health care plan proposed by the president and congressional Democrats is as unpopular in the state as it is in much of the country. Forty-four percent (44%) are in favor of it, while 53% are opposed. Those figures include 23% who strongly favor the plan and 41% who strongly oppose it.
Specter might need to bone up on some skills that might help him establish a post-senatorial career.  Repeat after me Arlen:  "Would you like fries with that?"

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