Thursday, March 12, 2009

Rushing to Failure



Remarkably, voters view Limbaugh negatively by a two-to-one ratio (53 to 26 percent), with nearly half the country, 45 percent, viewing him very, very negatively. Among independents, the ratio rises to three-to-one. More important are the values that Limbaugh espouses. By a nearly two-to-one ratio (57 to 32 percent) a majority of voters—and independents—say Limbaugh does not "share their values," but Republicans are in a different world where, by two-to-one, they believe he shares them.

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1 comment:

John Doe said...

That's like asking whether voters "share the values" of Australian aborigines. First the voters have to know that the "values" of Rush are, not the caricature of them that is portrayed in the MSM. You can't know someone's "values" if all you know about them are what is mis-reported in the press. Let's ask the questions differently: Would you rather pay more taxes or less? Is government too big or too small? Will public schools suddenly become wonderful if only we throw more money at them? Would you prefer a capitalist or a socialist economy? etc. Suddenly your silly little poll would support Rush and denounce liberals.