Tuesday, June 12, 2007

What is the last thing Karl Rove wants to hear?

Rural Voters Give Dems Edge

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner's e-alert brings this good news about Dem inroads into one of the GOP's more supportive constituencies:

Rural voters deliver a narrow plurality to a generic Democratic candidate for President: 46 - 43 percent. In contrast, President Bush won the rural vote in 2004 by 19 points. At the Congressional level, voters prefer Democrats in named trial heats 46 - 44 percent.

If the nascar contingent has started to leave the Grand Ole Party.... Then it might be time to start looking for the cleanup crew because the party might be ending.

For more specifics about the survey, click here.


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