Monday, December 14, 2009

Final Poll of 2009

Ok folks, based on your votes we'll survey MN-6 (Michele Bachmann's district) this weekend and now it's time to choose our final state poll of the year. The choices are...

-Connecticut. Simply because it's time for public polling on the Richard Blumenthal alternative.

-Georgia. I've put this option up a zillion times without it ever winning but after we found Jim DeMint under 50% on the generic ballot last week I'm interested to see if the same is true for Johnny Isakson.

-Illinois Primary. Doesn't seem that urgent anymore after the Tribune poll came out today but never anything wrong with a second opinion.

-Kentucky. This is getting a lot less polling than most of the other potentially competitive Senate seats for next year.

-Massachusetts. There probably isn't anything to see here but no harm in doing a poll to confirm that and we could also take a look at the Governor's race.

Voting's open until 10 AM Thursday.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can we get a "should Obama boycott Copenhagen" question?

Anonymous said...

Colorado. Rocky State needs polling.

Anonymous said...

The Isakson poll would be meaningful, I think. He's not nearly as far right as DeMint. Better still would be a poll on Barrow and Marshall, given the Blue Dog funk that has apparently beset their TN brethren.

Elliot said...

I'm with you Tom, I'd love to see a Georgia poll.

Maybe this is one of those times that you should say "screw public opinion, I'm polling Georgia damn it all!" :P

Timothy said...

Given the extreme lack of interest in filling The Ole Swimmer's senate seat during the special primary, I voted for Massachusetts.

Anonymous said...

KENTUCKY! Someone has to care about us, right?

Anonymous said...

Vote for Kentucky if you are a Ron Paul/Rand Paul supporter. It will give Rand Paul (Ron Paul's son) more publicity and recognition. He is polling higher than his competitor right now and this would be a huge blow for the opposing party

Anonymous said...

Rand Paul owned Grayson in the SurveyUSA poll in early November.

DavidNYC said...

I suggest a new strategy, R2: Next time, let's not include choices likely to get freeped by Paulists. Then again, I voted for CT - c'mon, you Schiff-lovers, help me out!

Sandra said...

Kentucky should be interesting as there is Rand Paul conservative and son of Ron Paul. His old time opponent is a Rino-Republican who is a career politician and the GOP party is backing him to get "business as usual". Just like they did in New York and backed the WRONG candidate. GOP needs to be shook up as they have not learned a single thing.

Sandra said...

Kentucky should be interesting as there is Rand Paul conservative and son of Ron Paul. His old time opponent is a Rino-Republican who is a career politician and the GOP party is backing him to get "business as usual". Just like they did in New York and backed the WRONG candidate. GOP needs to be shook up as they have not learned a single thing.

Anonymous said...

I am a Republican in KY, and if Paul wins, I will vote for whoever the DEM is, regardless.

Bruce Layne said...

The US Senate race in Kentucky is a fast moving race on the Republican side. So far, Rand Paul has come from an unknown with no political office ever held, to surpassing the career politician by 3% in the last poll back on October 30th.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Senate_election_in_Kentucky,_2010

We're overdue for another poll to see what's happening now in this fast moving race. Has the gap widened? Has Paul stalled? Poll it and see!

Anonymous said...

Kentucky could be the watershed vote on doing things as usual or overcoming the status quo and bringing in new people with fresh ideas like Rand Paul's who believe in real liberty.

Anonymous said...

You should poll somewhere that hasn't been polled much (or in some cases, not at all): California, New Hampshire, or Indiana.

Anonymous said...

Connecticut or Kentucky, where real candidates for change are trying to make a name for themselves.

Anonymous said...

Poll the Kentucky's Senate race to see if Paul's opponent will stand up to the challenge or if he's the messiantic nose picker, waiting for the annoitment by McConnell.

Anonymous said...

I live in Kentucky and if Trey Grayson wins the GOP primary; I am voting for the democrat.

Anonymous said...

The claimed KY Republican who'd vote for the Democrat if Rand Paul wins certainly made a major statement about just what's wrong with the Republican Party. The Party is ethically, morally, and conservatively bankrupt, and the "old guard" need to be kicked out in order to restore what once was. I'm from GA, and I still voted for KY being polled, because I would far more prefer Rand Paul going to the Senate than Johnny Isakson returning.

 
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