Favorability, Unfavorability

I will let Rasmussen go ahead and say it for me.

As Campaign Season Begins, Only One Presidential Candidate is Viewed Favorably by Majority of Voters.

That candidate is McCain.

Romney then Huckabee were viewed as the least favorable. Hillary was third behind Edwards and McCain.

How does this relate to Georgia? I read about the poll in Georgia–yes I know that is tenuous at best.

(The winner) was right. (Whichever team) did not cover the spread.


  1. StevePerkins says:

    Hmm… if Thompson DOES withdraw prior to New Hampshire, and throws his support behind McCain, then McCain wins that first primary. Huckabee may still take South Carolina, but doesn’t have the money to survive many early-state setbacks. Romney’s toast if he doesn’t get an early-state win SOMEWHERE, and I’m not too bullish on Rudy’s plan to do jack squat before Super Tuesday. McCain’s starting to look more and more plausible every day.

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