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Do you approve or disapprove of the way Joseph Lieberman is handling his job as United States senator?
Approve 45 (52) Disapprove 43 (35)
That's a 15-point downward swing in support, from +17 approval to +2.
Tot Rep Dem Ind Approve 45 70 26 47 Disapprove 43 18 62 39
Yup. There is little doubt among Democrats and Republicans in the state about their senator's allegiances.
Remember we polled a hypothetical Lamont-Lieberman rematch back in April, and on that poll, Lieberman had a better 47-40 approval/disapproval rating. Matched up against Ned Lamont, Lieberman lost 37-51.
I've got another poll in the field this week asking that same questions again. If that Q-poll is any indication, Lieberman may be looking even worse against Lamont this time around.
Incidentally, Dodd is at 51-34.
Originally posted to Daily Kos on Tue Jul 01, 2008 at 02:30 PM PDT.