Thursday, September 18, 2008

Obama 53, McCain 41 among Nutmeggers on The Nutmeg State:

Barack Obama still has a solid hold on Connecticut where he leads John McCain 53% to 41% in the latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of voters in the state...

The first poll in Connecticut since the two men announced their running mates shows the race tightening very slightly, but voters in the state have mixed feelings about Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin. They’re evenly divided over whether McCain made a good choice, but while 46% have a favorable view of her, 51% regard her unfavorably.

Tim White


Anonymous said...

Go figure!!

To many lefties in this state!


Anonymous said...

One minor adjustment the Senate will have to make if McCain/Palin are elected is that the senate not meet during Alaska's huntin and fishin seasons.

Anonymous said...

Judging from how they handled the financial markets, perhaps they should not meet at all