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I guess the campaign’s ‘hair’ attacks aren’t working: ‘absolutely brutal’ poll numbers coming out today on Charlie Crist

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From Public Policy Polling: We are going to have absolutely brutal numbers out on Charlie Crist tomorrow. Here’s a little preview: among Republican primary voters 19% would like to see him as Governor a year from now, 14% want him in the Senate, and 56% want him out of elected office. If there is any path to his winning office in Florida again- and there may not be- it’s as something other than a Republican. Developing…

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Even the Super Bowl has gone partisan

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In a time of increasing political polarization, even the Super Bowl is dividing Americans along party lines. A new Public Policy Polling national survey finds that 32% of voters in the country are rooting for the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, compared to 22% who prefer the Indianapolis Colts. Democrats strongly prefer the Saints, by a 36-21 margin. But Republicans are narrowly going for the Colts, 26-25. Independents lean toward the Saints as well, 33-20. Perhaps the most interesting thing…

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