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AR: 2010 Sen (PPP 1/29-31)

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Public Policy Polling (D)
1/29-31/10; 810 likely voters, 3.4% margin of error
Mode: Automated phone
(PPP release)

Arkansas

2010 Senate
56% Boozman (R), 33% Lincoln (D)
48% Boozman (R), 37% Ross (D)
44% Boozman (R), 43% Beebe (D)
51% Boozman (R), 36% Clark (D)
53% Boozman (R), 30% Halter (D)
50% Baker (R), 35% Lincoln (D)
39% Baker (R), 39% Ross (D)
46% Beebe (D), 38% Baker (R)
45% Baker (R), 39% Clark (D)
45% Baker (R), 34% Halter (D)

Job Approval / Disapproval
Pres. Obama: 38 / 58
Sen. Pryor: 29 / 46
Sen. Lincoln: 27 / 62
Gov. Beebe: 59 / 22

Favorable / Unfavorable
Gilbert Baker: 9 / 16
John Boozman: 32 / 25
Wesley Clark: 29 / 29
Bill Halter: 21 / 29
Mike Ross: 32 / 25

Do you support or oppose President Obama's health care plan, or do you not have an opinion?
30% Support, 61% Oppose

 

Comments
Billy Chunge:

Blance Lincoln is toast. Good riddance! It is high time these politicians realize that they are sent to Washington to do something. She had the choice of either doing something and losing or doing nothing and losing. She chose the latter.

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Farleftandproud:

Wow. Way to go Arkansas! More people are uninsured now than approve of health care reform. It is indeed par for the course.

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Farleftandproud:

I don't blame Blanche Lincoln since she has to do what is right and pass historic health legislation in her last year. She has nothing to lose, and everything to gain, from a historical standpoint. It is crazy that logic has taken back seat to rumors and theories about the so called "government takeover of health care". Like Obama said, he could have come into the white house, not taken on the tough issues and let the status quo stay the way it is, including our 100 year war in Iraq, no talk of implementing health reform and more affordable care, he could be a popular president. If Blanche Lincoln and 15 other vulnerable senators in the next few years, didn't want to discuss health care reform, all would be fine and dandy. Lincoln would have a 20 point lead. Defeat may be the price of being a voice for the voiceless, but Obama has to stay strong and take the long view. Lincoln and others like Reid can keep their legacy strong, even if they lose an election. We have come this far to signing a bill, we can't stop now. Reconciliation may be the key to winning.

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Farleftandproud:

Hard to believe this state produced Bill Clinton. What happened Bill after you left?

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Stillow:

Do you beleive the stuff you actually right?

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Stillow:

Yes I meant to say right and not write......gotta get my jab in!

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Farleftandproud:

Lincoln should not run for re-election starting this week. None of these candidates are very well known, unlike GOP candidates in FL, IL, DE and PA.

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