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Dustin Ingalls

Ford was suggested by blog readers as a look-back baseline. Gore and McGraw arent going to run either, but we threw even fantasy candidates at Corker to see what would stick. And only Bredesen did.

Marvin Marks

I certainly hope the Democrats can get this guy to run. Tennessee would be an awesome pick-up...

Anonymous

Ford lives in new york. Why would you poll him against anyone in Tennessee. Did you match bloomberg up against corker as well. We want him as our mayor in new york - hes smart, middle of the road and understands the importance of government living within its means

Dustin Ingalls

All the question wording is in the link at the bottom of the post, as always. We asked a simple favorability for Bredesen, as for the other candidates.

Anonymous

I would be interested in how the questions ascertaining Bredesons popularity were worded. Most probably rate him as a good Governor, but how would he rate as a potential Senator, addressing a completely different set of issues? Any Senate race will contain an element of Obama policy approval/disapproval in it. Would Phiil be able to distance himself far enough away from BHO to negate the electorates poor opinion?

Dustin Ingalls

Presidential results Thursday.

Bob

Please tell me you guys did a Presidential match up.

penalcolony

Isnt Corker a moderate conservative? And as such, subject to being teapartied out of the nomnation?

Smooth Jazz

Good grief. This is a Daily KOS poll for goodness sakes. I guess I see the value in allowing Liberals to sing kumbaya and drink the Kool Aid together. But outside of the HuffPost/Daily KOS crowd, most reasonable people would prefer to see confirmation from an independent poll before jumping to conclusions.

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