Sunday, February 1, 2009

Interesting

FiveThirtyEight.com has this:

Just Five Red States Left?

Gallup is in the midst of releasing a series of data from the more than 350,000 interviews that it conducted over the course of its daily tracking in 2008. The first data they've released, on partisan affiliation, contains some sobering news for Republicans:



read the rest.

The Watcher over at The Colorado Index in "Doings in El Paso County" opines at one point:
I'm an old fashioned Republican who just wants the party to win. I don't belong to either faction. I just try to size up the election and vote for the person I think will do the best job. I wish there were more folks like me. There aren't many.
Apparently, from the looks of this survey data, there really aren't.

:-\

ouch

2 comments:

ToLo said...

The Watcher says, "I'm an old fashioned Republican who just wants the party to win."

And then he says, " I don't belong to either faction. I just try to size up the election and vote for the person I think will do the best job."

Well, which is it? You can't have it both ways. Perhaps there are more people now of the second persuasion. God knows it was people of the first sort who elected us into this mess.

Doogman said...

Yep. 'God knows' and I suspect he's reeelly reeeeeeelly pissed...