Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Deval Patrick – Rasmussen Poll Suggests Early Retirement – Approval Rating 33%

According to a Rasmussen Poll released today, Massachusetts Governor, Deval Patrick (D), a measly 33% of Massachusetts voters are likely to vote for Patrick in 2010. The latest poll also indicates that more Bay Staters believe that former Governor Mitt Romney was a better administrator (49%). Additionally, only 38% of the voters polled “strongly approve” of President Obama’s performance.

Patrick’s poor performance in the polls is tax related: with 70% of the voters worried that Massachusetts will pick up its old moniker – “Taxachusetts”, after the recent release of the Governor’s new proposed tax increases on everything from Gasoline to Soda. Interesting: 51% of the Bay State citizens approved of the Tea Party Protests. Massachusetts voter enrollment is compromised of approximately 33% Democrat, 12% Republican and 51% Independents.


EatYourOkra said...

Your numbers are only further proof that the Tea Party Protests were not just a Republican protest, as many people tried to paint it, but a protest by all people.

Chuck said...

Sen Harry Reid is showing similar numbers. I think there may be quite a surpirse for the Dems next year.

Anonymous said...

Greetings Comrades and citizens, surely there may be a counter-revolutionary plot as evidenced by these approval numbers. And we know from the elections of Reagan, Newt and the George Bushes that the people do not know what is good for them... The ministry of propaganda must simply clarify the issues through the state owned media so that the respondents know better how to answer these poll questions. And of course we must weight the results against the bias of racist white people whom must be muted- and eventually we arrive at numbers which serve our purpose...

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