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Jeremy in KY

When are you going to give the results of a hypothetical race between Gov. Beshear and Ag Commissioner Richie Farmer which were some of the questions that were part of your poll?

Tom Jensen

Thanks for catching that. Had the degree of the decline right but put in the wrong actual numbers.

Anonymous

Uh, your poll shows that 47% of conservatives approve of Mr. McConnell -- not 27%. You might want to re-write your little write-up.

Anonymous

Yea, this is extremely relevant to the mid-term elections. Good work as usual. Get the check yet from Kos?

W: Home

I cant stand McConnell. Its not just his politics -- theyre bad enough, for sure; the guy just gives me the creeps every time I hear him. I heard about this tech in the second week of the leak and the spokeswoman was irate that no one in the admin would even return her calls or emails. He knows what he is doing. Think of all the small businesses along the Gulf that will go under, all the new unemployed that will be reliant on the gubmint teat for their sustenance. In the mean time, he hasn’t even sent a post card to Nashville and a whole slew of folks are about to get their pink slips.

charlie krakau

mcconnell was never popular...poor mitch is a fruit in my opinon. surely we have better qualified in the senate.

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