Poll: People Not Thrilled With General Assembly

This will come as a shock to House Speaker Glenn Richardson, but some people are not very fond of their state elected officials this year, as the AJC reports.

A poll of 472 Georgians done Sunday by the online media and polling company InsiderAdvantage showed only 31.4 percent of respondents would vote to re-elect their House member if they were opposed this year and only 26.7 percent would vote to re-elect their senator. Nearly half of respondents didn’t have an opinion on the matter. The rest said they’d vote against their lawmakers.

That 50% didn’t even have an opinion will probably be the saving grace for them all.


  1. Painterman says:

    Sounds like the Lt Gov should have his eye’s open as well, with fewer happy about the performance of the Senate than hte house. Oh wait it doesn’t matter to him, he’s going to run for Gov in 2010 and doesn’t need a majority to stay in office till then. He can keep screwing Ga taxpayers all he wants. Kiss it Cagle, my bumper that is!

  2. Holly says:

    Come now, Bill, you know the undecided people either 1) didn’t pay attention to anything the General Assembly did or 2) don’t care about anything the General Assembly did. I will hope it’s the former.

  3. GOPeach here says:

    If our legislators acted more like CONSERVATIVES,
    people woulnd’t BE UPSET WITH THEM!!!!!!!!!!!

    WAKE UP PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. rightofcenter says:

    Judging from the small number of challengers signing up so far, it doesn’t look like it is going to matter. Or is there going to be a mad rush of imposing challengers rushing to sign up Friday morning?

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