Thursday, June 30, 2005

Cause and Effect

Apropos of the post below, UPI reports on the latest poll conducted by the Democrats. Link.
A poll on the political mood in the United States conducted by the Democratic Party has alarmed the party at its own loss of popularity.
Conducted by the party-affiliated Democracy Corps, the poll indicated 43 percent of voters favored the Republican Party, while 38 percent had positive feelings about Democrats. [...]

Stanley Greenberg, who served as President Clinton's pollster, [...] told the Christian Science Monitor he attributes the slippage to voters' perceptions that Democrats have "no core set of convictions or point of view."
Given the total lack of ideas and a policy of total opposition to anything the president favors, the surprise should have been that the numbers have held up as well as they did, not that they have dropped.


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