We're going to have Louisiana Senate numbers out tomorrow and here's some interesting food for thought:
-44% of voters say that David Vitter is not a good model of Christian living to only 21% who say he is.
-32% of voters say Charlie Melancon is a better representative of Christian values to just 22% who say Vitter is.
How much do voters actually care about that stuff? Our numbers tomorrow may give a clue.
Here's a couple other interesting things:
-More Republicans (32%) think Vitter is a good model of Christian living than think he is not (30%.)
-And because not all polling has to be serious we asked voters which of these guys they'd rather their daughter was married to- 24% said Melancon, 17% said Vitter, and 55% chose the option we gave of 'I wouldn't want my daughter married to any politician.'
We'll have the Senate numbers out tomorrow.