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LA: 2010 Sen (Rasmussen 6/24)

Topics: Louisiana , Poll , Senate

Rasmussen
6/24/10; 500 likely voters, 4.5% margin of error
Mod: Automated phone
(Rasmussen release)

Louisiana

2010 Senate
53% Vitter (R), 35% Melancon (D) (chart)

Favorable / Unfavorable
David Vitter: 62 / 32 (chart)
Charlie Melancon: 48 / 39

Job Approval / Disapproval
Pres. Obama: 40 / 58 (chart)
Gov. Jindal: 74 / 26 (chart)

 

Comments
jmartin4s:

Rasmussen's crosstabs have Vitter leading 55% to 18% among indies while PPP has Melancon leading 40% to 37% among Indies. One of them must be wrong.

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melvin:

How can this criminal be leading by this much? Vitter is very lucky he wasnt up for election in 2012

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djneedle83:

1) 79% of LA likely voters support continuing offshore drilling. Enough said. Republican wetlands for life. I guess alot of the blacks in New Orleans stayed in the surrounding states.

2) I understand that offshore drilling supplies MANY jobs, but BP just created a mega eco/financial disaster. LOL

3) Doesn't matter to Obama because LA is off the table for Obama in 2012.

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Field Marshal:

djneedle,

So you are indicating we should stop all offshore drilling for oil?

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Farleftandproud:

2010 is a rough year for Dems but Obama lost LA by 20 points and Landreu still won. Democrats probably won't win this one but they have to elect Democrats in the states where Obama isn't popular, just as much as the GOP had to elect candidates in CA, the northeast, NJ and MD

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