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Monday, August 18, 2008

Other polling at 11%

A KSTP Survey poll released Sunday night shows 1 in 9 Minnesotan's have already decided neither Norm Coleman or Al Franken are worthy of their vote. Coleman leads 47-39 over Franken. Al Franken does not know how to pay taxes and thus 39% represents the highest he will poll the rest of the way. At 11% (assuming we can put at least 10% of that to the Independence Party primary winner) hope exists, and when Colemans lead becomes 49-35-13 both Coleman and Franken supporters will feel it is safe to support Dean Barkley, Jack Uldrich, or Stephen Williams, and it simply becomes a matter of knocking Coleman under 35%.

Of course if Rob Fitzgerald wins the DFL primary then the DFL will have hope and thus will get behind their candidate.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Too bad the IP of Minnesotadoesn't debate amongst Steve Williams, Dean Barkley, Jack Uldrich at the State Fair in their booth. That would draw a lot of attention to the IP.

07:37  
Anonymous james williams said...

MPR invited all three of those candidates to debate at the fair.

18:23  

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