April 30, 2007

HOW MITT COULD BEST SERVE HIS PARTY AND COUNTRY:

John Kerry's neverland (Joan Vennochi, April 29, 2007, Boston Globe)

Like it or not, Kerry could end up a US senator for life, even though his popularity is down since his glory days as a presidential nominee.

A December 2006 Survey USA poll put Kerry's approval rating in Massachusetts at 43 percent, with 53 percent disapproving. A more recent poll conducted by Suffolk University and 7News suggests that Bay State voters are, fittingly, for and against their junior senator. When 400 registered voters were asked whether Kerry should run for another six-year term, 56 percent of them said that it is time to give someone else a chance.


Posted by Orrin Judd at April 30, 2007 12:39 PM
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56 percent of them said that it is time to give someone else a chance

Why don't the 56% vote for someone else? Kerry has no obligation to quit if those 56% disapproved of him didn't care to vote for "someone else".

Posted by: ic at April 30, 2007 1:17 PM
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