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#15537 Dec 12, 2012
Internals for ya Karl.

Majority Have Unfavorable View of Boehner's Fiscal Cliff ... www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/12/12/M... ...

7 hours ago ... The Washington Post-ABC News poll found that 54% of those surveyed disapproved of Boehner's performance while only 24% approved.
24% approve of John Boehner's handling of fiscal cliff ... frrole.com/o/24-approve-of-john-boehners-hand...

1+ hours ago | 14+ retweets. 24% approve of John Boehner's handling of fiscal cliff negotiations, 54% disapprove in new WaPo-ABC poll. http://t.co/xuRAFL40 ...
Public Policy Polling: John Boehner www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/john-boehner...

Oct 13, 2012 ... Voters in the state support it by a 54/37 margin, including 58/35 with ... with only 37% of voters approving of him to 54% who disapproved.

Public Policy Polling: John Kasich www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/john-kasich/

Nov 12, 2012 ... On our final polls for this election cycle we also looked ahead to the 2014 race for Governor in every state that has one, testing the sitting ...

An early look at the 2014 Governor landscape

On our final polls for this election cycle we also looked ahead to the 2014 race for Governor in every state that has one, testing the sitting incumbent against a generic opponent of the opposite party. Here's what we found, grouped into three different categories:

Folks in a whole lot of trouble:

Many of the Republicans who were swept into office by the wave election of 2010 may have a hard time winning a second term if 2014 doesn't prove to be another huge year for their party.

In Pennsylvania Tom Corbett trails a generic Democrat 47/37. In Maine Paul LePage trails a hypothetical opponent from the opposite party 49/41. Both of them became unpopular pretty early in their terms and have stayed that way.

Other Republicans who look highly vulnerable next time around are Florida's Rick Scott who trails a generic Democrats 48/44, and Ohio's John Kasich who leads a potential foe only 44/43. The good news for these folks at least is that their numbers have been on an upward trajectory during their second year in office- they both trailed by much wider margins at this time a year ago.

Folks who look favored for another term, at least for now:

Three other Republican Governors elected in 2010 lead hypothetical Democratic opponents for 2014 by single digit margins- they look like favorites for now but could become more vulnerable. Those are Michigan's Rick Snyder (47/41 against a generic Dem), Wisconsin's Scott Walker (50/43), and Iowa's Terry Branstad (49/40). All three of these Governors posted pretty poor numbers during their first year in office but have seen significant improvement in their standing in year 2.

Democrat Dan Malloy of Connecticut also belongs in this category. We've tended to find him as one of the most unpopular Governors in the country so far but he saw a major improvement in our last poll to the point where he led a hypothetical Republican foe 48-37. It's hard to say what might have produced such a sudden, substantial improvement- perhaps his leadership during the hurricane? if that is the case we'll have to keep an eye on whether his improved numbers are permanent or just fleeting.

Folks who look pretty safe for now:

Democrats Mark Dayton of Minnesota and John Hickenlooper of Colorado, and Republican Brian Sandoval of Nevada have all had consistently high approval numbers since taking office and continue to. Dayton leads a generic Republican 51/38, and Hickenlooper does 54/33. Sandoval leads a generic Democrat 55/32.

Since: Dec 12

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#15538 Dec 12, 2012
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Karl Rove and Dick Morris are banned from Fox/Bain "News", and also from this years Koch Brothers Christmas soiree as well, unless they come up with a few hundred million dollars.
woof
Are you still invited to Yearly Kos and George Soros's party?
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#15539 Dec 12, 2012
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Karl Rove and Dick Morris are banned from Fox/Bain "News", and also from this years Koch Brothers Christmas soiree as well, unless they come up with a few hundred million dollars.
woof
you are banned too....who cares?

Since: Feb 12

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#15540 Dec 12, 2012
KARL II wrote:
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I used two names. And three images. I'm dodging the threats that the trolls are trying to get legal action against me because of the reporter that the first ID was parodying. I can't afford lawsuits. That guy is known to sue people.
Carl Monday reads Topix? I can loan you my Karl Rove Arrested Photo.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#15541 Dec 12, 2012
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>You mean like your claims about Bush, Cheney, Canada, Vermont and New Hampshire?
Fred. Tell me the tale about Kasich's 58% approval rating in the December 11, 2012 Quinnipiac poll again please. I'll go get a cup of hot cocoa an a blanket.

http://www.quinnipiac.edu/institutes-centers/...

woof

Since: Dec 12

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#15542 Dec 12, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
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Carl Monday reads Topix? I can loan you my Karl Rove Arrested Photo.
Why would I pick a loser from the right, my image is the largest socialist failure in history.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#15543 Dec 12, 2012
KARL II wrote:
<quoted text>
I used two names. And three images. I'm dodging the threats that the trolls are trying to get legal action against me because of the reporter that the first ID was parodying. I can't afford lawsuits. That guy is known to sue people.
Then you are partially correct again. You ARE an idiot with a modem.

woof

Since: Dec 12

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#15544 Dec 12, 2012
Cousin DuPrees Cousin wrote:
Internals for ya Karl.
Majority Have Unfavorable View of Boehner's Fiscal Cliff ... www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/12/12/M... ...
7 hours ago ... The Washington Post-ABC News poll found that 54% of those surveyed disapproved of Boehner's performance while only 24% approved.
24% approve of John Boehner's handling of fiscal cliff ... frrole.com/o/24-approve-of-john-boehners-hand...
1+ hours ago | 14+ retweets. 24% approve of John Boehner's handling of fiscal cliff negotiations, 54% disapprove in new WaPo-ABC poll. http://t.co/xuRAFL40 ...
Public Policy Polling: John Boehner www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/john-boehner...
Oct 13, 2012 ... Voters in the state support it by a 54/37 margin, including 58/35 with ... with only 37% of voters approving of him to 54% who disapproved.
Public Policy Polling: John Kasich www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/john-kasich/
Nov 12, 2012 ... On our final polls for this election cycle we also looked ahead to the 2014 race for Governor in every state that has one, testing the sitting ...
An early look at the 2014 Governor landscape
On our final polls for this election cycle we also looked ahead to the 2014 race for Governor in every state that has one, testing the sitting incumbent against a generic opponent of the opposite party. Here's what we found, grouped into three different categories:
Folks in a whole lot of trouble:
Many of the Republicans who were swept into office by the wave election of 2010 may have a hard time winning a second term if 2014 doesn't prove to be another huge year for their party.
In Pennsylvania Tom Corbett trails a generic Democrat 47/37. In Maine Paul LePage trails a hypothetical opponent from the opposite party 49/41. Both of them became unpopular pretty early in their terms and have stayed that way.
Other Republicans who look highly vulnerable next time around are Florida's Rick Scott who trails a generic Democrats 48/44, and Ohio's John Kasich who leads a potential foe only 44/43. The good news for these folks at least is that their numbers have been on an upward trajectory during their second year in office- they both trailed by much wider margins at this time a year ago.
Folks who look favored for another term, at least for now:
Three other Republican Governors elected in 2010 lead hypothetical Democratic opponents for 2014 by single digit margins- they look like favorites for now but could become more vulnerable. Those are Michigan's Rick Snyder (47/41 against a generic Dem), Wisconsin's Scott Walker (50/43), and Iowa's Terry Branstad (49/40). All three of these Governors posted pretty poor numbers during their first year in office but have seen significant improvement in their standing in year 2.
Democrat Dan Malloy of Connecticut also belongs in this category. We've tended to find him as one of the most unpopular Governors in the country so far but he saw a major improvement in our last poll to the point where he led a hypothetical Republican foe 48-37. It's hard to say what might have produced such a sudden, substantial improvement- perhaps his leadership during the hurricane? if that is the case we'll have to keep an eye on whether his improved numbers are permanent or just fleeting.
Folks who look pretty safe for now:
Democrats Mark Dayton of Minnesota and John Hickenlooper of Colorado, and Republican Brian Sandoval of Nevada have all had consistently high approval numbers since taking office and continue to. Dayton leads a generic Republican 51/38, and Hickenlooper does 54/33. Sandoval leads a generic Democrat 55/32.
I'm from the let it burn side. I really don't care if we go off the fiscal cliff, I want tax increases on all brackets and major spending cuts.

I have made it clear I've got little sympathy for this nation.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#15545 Dec 12, 2012
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Fred. Tell me the tale about Kasich's 58% approval rating in the December 11, 2012 Quinnipiac poll again please. I'll go get a cup of hot cocoa an a blanket.
http://www.quinnipiac.edu/institutes-centers/...
woof
Perhaps helping Kasich is the fact that a total of 58 percent of Ohio voters are very satisfied or somewhat satisfied with the way things are going in the state, the highest satisfaction ever measured in Ohio. Satisfaction has doubled since October, 2011, when only 29 percent of Ohioans said they were very or somewhat satisfied with the way things were going in the state.
http://www.quinnipiac.edu/institutes-centers/...

Since: Dec 12

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#15546 Dec 12, 2012
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Then you are partially correct again. You ARE an idiot with a modem.
woof
So are you
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#15547 Dec 12, 2012
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
you are banned too....who cares?
Well, unlike Karl Rove and Dick Morris, I certainly don't care.

Did you get your invite in the mail, or by telephone like Scotty Walker?



woof

Since: Dec 12

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#15548 Dec 12, 2012
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, unlike Karl Rove and Dick Morris, I certainly don't care.
Did you get your invite in the mail, or by telephone like Scotty Walker?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =WBnSv3a6Nh4XX
woof
Soros = good
Kochs = bad

Hypocrisy
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#15549 Dec 12, 2012
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Then you are partially correct again. You ARE an idiot with a modem.
woof
and so are you and I
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#15550 Dec 12, 2012
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, unlike Karl Rove and Dick Morris, I certainly don't care.
Did you get your invite in the mail, or by telephone like Scotty Walker?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =WBnSv3a6Nh4XX
woof
nope

and honestly care less just like you

I am going to a party Friday with lots of friends; and hope that they don't run out of Tequila.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#15551 Dec 12, 2012
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>
Perhaps helping Kasich is the fact that a total of 58 percent of Ohio voters are very satisfied or somewhat satisfied with the way things are going in the state, the highest satisfaction ever measured in Ohio. Satisfaction has doubled since October, 2011, when only 29 percent of Ohioans said they were very or somewhat satisfied with the way things were going in the state.
http://www.quinnipiac.edu/institutes-centers/...
Ohhhhhhh Freddie. I am so glad I got all snuggled up good and toasty to hear that fairy tale of yours.

So now, you're saying that instead of Quinnipiac finding that Mr. Kasich presently has a 58% approval rating, you've figured it out huh?

Or have you? I think you ought to go back to college to brush up on your reading comprehension skills, Fred.

Did you notice how close the race would be right now between the Governor and an unnamed challenger, according to Quinnipiac?

Did you notice that Ted Strickland presently has a higher favorability rating than the Governor, according to Quinnipiac?

Did you notice that by a 43 to 36 % margin, Ohio voters do not feel that the Governor deserves a second term?

Of course you did Fred!!!

But you sit back in your chair while you dream up your next screen name and accuse others of lying.

Good thing Sunday's on its way, I suppose.

woof
Save Yourself

Canton, OH

#15552 Dec 12, 2012
Karl Monday wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice try. I'm not doing anything until WROL happens.
Pipe down doomsday prepper. As in...put down the crack pipe, Rube E Tuesday. It's making you real twitchy and paranoid. I mean just because you're on the government watch list, doesn't mean you don't deserve to be. Once has to wonder when a nazi keeps seeing commies in the bushes. Maybe you and Reality For Dummies can share a tinfoil hat.

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#15553 Dec 12, 2012
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Ohhhhhhh Freddie. I am so glad I got all snuggled up good and toasty to hear that fairy tale of yours.
So now, you're saying that instead of Quinnipiac finding that Mr. Kasich presently has a 58% approval rating, you've figured it out huh?
Or have you? I think you ought to go back to college to brush up on your reading comprehension skills, Fred.
Did you notice how close the race would be right now between the Governor and an unnamed challenger, according to Quinnipiac?
Did you notice that Ted Strickland presently has a higher favorability rating than the Governor, according to Quinnipiac?
Did you notice that by a 43 to 36 % margin, Ohio voters do not feel that the Governor deserves a second term?
Of course you did Fred!!!
But you sit back in your chair while you dream up your next screen name and accuse others of lying.
Good thing Sunday's on its way, I suppose.
woof
Do you really think the Preacher will run again and win?

Kasich fav/un 43/36
Preacher fav/un 41/29

Da Preacha has a higher margin, but a lower raw approval. 29% forgot who he was.

The 58% approval claim is just as bogus as Cousin's repeat from Ed Scultz and Madcow that RTW was only favored by 6% in Michigan.

The most recent number was 51%
http://blogs.detroitnews.com/politics/2012/12...

There was a poll by the Detroit Free Press/ EPIC-MRA, that had it at 47%.

Regardless, I don't think Kasich will be defeated because incumbents only get tossed in Ohio if the economy is bad (Strickland) or there is corruption.

Plus, Strickland was only close in 2010 because he had the NRA endorsement.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#15554 Dec 12, 2012
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
Ohhhhhhh Freddie. I am so glad I got all snuggled up good and toasty to hear that fairy tale of yours.
So now, you're saying that instead of Quinnipiac finding that Mr. Kasich presently has a 58% approval rating, you've figured it out huh?
Or have you? I think you ought to go back to college to brush up on your reading comprehension skills, Fred.
Did you notice how close the race would be right now between the Governor and an unnamed challenger, according to Quinnipiac?
Did you notice that Ted Strickland presently has a higher favorability rating than the Governor, according to Quinnipiac?
Did you notice that by a 43 to 36 % margin, Ohio voters do not feel that the Governor deserves a second term?
Of course you did Fred!!!
But you sit back in your chair while you dream up your next screen name and accuse others of lying.
Good thing Sunday's on its way, I suppose.
woof
When 58% of respondents approve of the direction the state is headed, who do you think gets the credit? 97% of those people wouldn't be able to name their own state legislators.
You see, unlike DuPree, I present a source and an interpretation. All he presented were lies and his tail between his legs as he fled from my proof of his attempt at misinformation.
Mary Elizaberth

Bryan, OH

#15555 Dec 12, 2012
Time's up, John! You've had your fifteen minutes of fame!
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#15556 Dec 12, 2012
KARL II wrote:
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Do you really think the Preacher will run again and win?
Kasich fav/un 43/36
Preacher fav/un 41/29
Da Preacha has a higher margin, but a lower raw approval. 29% forgot who he was.
The 58% approval claim is just as bogus as Cousin's repeat from Ed Scultz and Madcow that RTW was only favored by 6% in Michigan.
The most recent number was 51%
http://blogs.detroitnews.com/politics/2012/12...
There was a poll by the Detroit Free Press/ EPIC-MRA, that had it at 47%.
Regardless, I don't think Kasich will be defeated because incumbents only get tossed in Ohio if the economy is bad (Strickland) or there is corruption.
Plus, Strickland was only close in 2010 because he had the NRA endorsement.
I didn't speculate upon whether Strickland would run, and whether he will or not is really irrelevant to the issue here.

The point is, Ohioans are not enamored with the Governor.

Also, the numbers you cite are incorrect:

http://www.quinnipiac.edu/institutes-centers/...

woof

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