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October 07, 2010


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You didnt happen to do a hypothetical poll where Lieberman switches parties and runs as a Republican, did you?

Alex Laska

Dont waste your time talking about the viability of a Rell candidacy - shes lost all interest in politics.

Dustin Ingalls

You didnt happen to do a hypothetical poll where Lieberman switches parties and runs as a Republican, did you?No, these are all the questions we did on Lieberman. But thats essentially the same as the head-to-head with Malloy. I doubt the numbers would be much if any different if Lieberman were labeled a Republican instead of an independent. As it was in 2006, and as it is now with just him and Malloy, hes effectively the GOP nominee.


Lieberman IS a Republican. No matter how you cut it, Lieberman is a loser - Lieberman should have been put out to pasture a long time ago. I worked for Lieberman when he first ran for public office, but he has changed so much, he is no longer able to represent Connecticut.


You didnt poll Israeli voters to see how they like Joe, did you?


Yes, he did:And in a direct head to head with Murphy Lieberman trails by a 47-33 margin.Thats with Lieberman running as an (R), I presume. Doesnt really matter if its an (I) with GOP support.


Why didnt you field Chris Shays? You think after almost running for Governor, hed consider running for senate. Also possibly Fedele?


There is a better choiceWarren Mosler, Independent Party candidate for US Senatewww.moslerforsenate.com

Dustin Ingalls

Why didnt you field Chris Shays?No one suggested him when we asked for question suggestions.

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