s skippy the bush kangaroo: if politics were a popularity contest, awol would have gone home long ago

skippy the bush kangaroo

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

if politics were a popularity contest, awol would have gone home long ago

a new quinnipac poll, striving to be irrelevant to all but the mmm (multi-millionaire media) sez that rudy guiliani is the most popular politician in america, followed by barak obama and john mccain. cbs:

quinnipiac's "thermometer reading," taken the week after the nov. 7 election, asked voters to rate their feelings for 20 leaders on a scale of 0 to 100.

giuliani, a republican, scored the highest at 64.2. obama and mccain, who are also considering a 2008 campaign, finished next at 58.8 and 57.7…

secretary of state condoleezza rice was fourth in the poll, far ahead of her boss, president bush, who was the 15th most popular national leader. mr. bush finished just behind the man he defeated in the 2000 presidential race, former vice president al gore.

former president bill clinton finished fifth in the poll, while his wife, new york sen. hillary rodham clinton was ninth with a score of 49. massachusetts sen. john kerry, the 2004 democratic nominee who was roundly criticized before the election for suggesting that students who don't study could end up stuck in iraq, came in last at 39.6.
they only scored the top 20, so we have no idea how many digits tom delay landed at. but we can think of one digit that relates to mr. delay!
posted by skippy at 8:18 PM |


commented by Blogger kenzo, 11:19 PM PDT  

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