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Polls: Obama’s approval holds around 50%, higher than Reagan’s 45% in May ‘82

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Gallup: Obama’s 50 percent approval average among all Americans for the week ending May 9 continues an extended run of stable ratings for him. Since mid-November, Obama’s approval ratings have narrowly ranged between 47 percent and 51 percent … Although his second-year ratings have been highly stable, he is on pace to follow most other presidents in seeing a significant drop from his first-year to his second-year average. Obama averaged 57 percent approval his first year in office — mainly…

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Don’t forget, Charlie Crist’s poll numbers have declined with D’s & I’s almost as bad as his support with the GOP

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Public Policy Polling reminds us that, while it’s his fall with Republicans that gets all the attention, but Charlie Crist’s poll numbers have declined almost as badly with Democrats and independents over the last year as they have within his own party. And that makes me doubt he would be successful in an independent Senate bid even if he did decide to make a run for it. Comparing Quinnipiac’s April 2009 poll to its poll this month Crist’s approval rating…

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Don’t forget, Charlie Crist’s poll numbers have declined with D’s & I’s almost as bad as his support with the GOP

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Public Policy Polling reminds us that, while it’s his fall with Republicans that gets all the attention, but Charlie Crist’s poll numbers have declined almost as badly with Democrats and independents over the last year as they have within his own party. And that makes me doubt he would be successful in an independent Senate bid even if he did decide to make a run for it. Comparing Quinnipiac’s April 2009 poll to its poll this month Crist’s approval rating…

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Senate Guru upgrades Kendrick Meek’s prospects

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Senate Guru looks at recent polling from Public Policy Polling and Research 2000 and finds that Democratic Congressman Kendrick Meek is in terrific position to win Florida’s 2010 U.S. Senate race. With Republican Marco Rubio well ahead of primary challenger Charlie Crist in the polls, but far behind on fundraising, Rubio will likely emerge victorious from the primary, but out of campaign funds and politically badly bruised, as well as positioned to the extreme right ideologically. Congressman Meek, on the…

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Senate Guru upgrades Kendrick Meek’s prospects

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Senate Guru looks at recent polling from Public Policy Polling and Research 2000 and finds that Democratic Congressman Kendrick Meek is in terrific position to win Florida’s 2010 U.S. Senate race. With Republican Marco Rubio well ahead of primary challenger Charlie Crist in the polls, but far behind on fundraising, Rubio will likely emerge victorious from the primary, but out of campaign funds and politically badly bruised, as well as positioned to the extreme right ideologically. Congressman Meek, on the…

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Jeb Bush rated as both Florida’s favorite and least favorite governor

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From Public Policy Polling: One of the things we like to do sometimes on our polls is ask people in a particular state who their favorite and least favorite governors are out of the last five. We did that on our Florida poll and the results were kind of interesting: -Jeb Bush rated as both the state’s favorite and least favorite governor since Bob Graham. 42% picked him as their favorite, leading Graham at 23% and Lawton Chiles at 21%.…

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Jeb Bush rated as both Florida’s favorite and least favorite governor

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From Public Policy Polling: One of the things we like to do sometimes on our polls is ask people in a particular state who their favorite and least favorite governors are out of the last five. We did that on our Florida poll and the results were kind of interesting: -Jeb Bush rated as both the state’s favorite and least favorite Governor since Bob Graham. 42% picked him as their favorite, leading Graham at 23% and Lawton Chiles at 21%.…

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