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Some reasons to be Thankful in the new SUSA poll.

Bush approval in states with competetive Senate races next year

Mormons below the fold! ...

(Should have voted for Pedro!)

In October, we saw Bush with positive numbers in just 6 states. Lets look at where they are this month!

    1)Idaho    59% 39% 20%
    2)Alaska   47% 50% -3% Ok...
    3)Nebraska 48% 48% 0% sweet...
    4)Oklahoma 49% 49% 0% Heartland...comin around!
    5)Wyoming  53% 45% 8%
    6)Utah     59% 38% 21%   WHAT THE FUCK?! PLUS 21?!?!?

Is George Bush practicing polygamy and only telling mormons?! Now I understand SLC punk!

This month, Bush is positive in just 4 states, having gone negative in Alaska for the first time ever, dead even in Nebraska and Oaklahoma, and plus two in Mississippi all the way up to, well... +2!!!

This is, for me, personally, my favorite part.

    1)Alabama     46% 49% -3%
    2)Arkansas    40% 57% -17%
    3)Georgia     45% 51% -6%
    4)Louisiana   45% 51% -6%
    5)Mississippi 50% 48% 2%
    6)N Carolina  42% 57% -15%
    7)S Carolina  41% 57% -16%
    8)Tennessee   42% 55% -13%
    9)Virginia    39% 59% -20%
    10)W Virginia  42% 55% -13%
    and...even though its not the South...
    11)Florida     37% 61% -24%
    12)Missouri    38% 60% -22%

Notice that all of those states went for Bush by comforatble margins in 2004.

But, ultimately, I think the moral of the story is what is going on in Utah?!?!

Originally posted to faithfull on Fri Nov 18, 2005 at 07:21 AM PST.


What is going on in Utah? OR What is your least favorite state with positive numbers for Bush?

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