Tuesday, January 31, 2006

So Harold's our best bet, eh?

There is a huge post from Kos his own self showing Rasmussen poll numbers for the Senate race. yes, it also has Minnesota numbers, but half the comments are about Tennessee and how the race is shaping up.

By the way, here are the numbers from Rasmussen:

Rasmussen Reports. 1/17. Likely voters. MoE 4.5% (12/12 results)

Corker (R) 42 (36)
Ford (D) 40 (42)

Bryant (R) 42 (41)
Ford (D) 40 (38)

Hilleary (R) 43 (41)
Ford (D) 37 (39)
I feel more confident already...

Tip of the hat to Bryan at Brassmask for letting me know about this, and to Frank at Polar Donkey for linking to several of us so people around the country can learn about the race!

1 comment:

mike said...

Every single one of those numbers is well within the margin of error (as I hope you noticed), so it's all a statistical dead heat. Except for all those undecideds waiting to fall. ;-) And you should know well enough, with your experience, that numbers this far out from the election mean exactly nothing.

On the other hand, with all the negative press relating to Ophelia in that time period, I guess you really should be happy (or not, given your feelings on Harold the Lesser) that his number didn't plummet noticeably.