She does not remain popular. NM approval ratings are very different from other states' approval system, and my former Stat Professor at UNM, Kelly, told us that, plus explained his former student Sanderoff's tutelage and the results which are unique to NM. They are only good in relation to each other, IOW, Richardson had a 94% approval rating after his first year, sank to a low of 58%. Hers after her first year was 72%, the worst NM has ever had.<quoted text>
All your bitching, yet she remains popular with most New Mexicans, and will be easily re-elected. It takes time for a governor to undo the damage liberal statists Richardson and Denish did, and with a hostile obstructionist Democrat legislature to boot. New Mexico not only needs to re-elect Martinez, but kick a good portion of the corrupt Democrat legislature out on it's ass.
When Carruthers ran against King, both had positive, above 50% scores, despite only one winning the contest. If you do just as the stat teachers who instructed those very pollsters instructed us to look at them, her approval rating is the lowest in NM history. Just because it is over 50%, does not mean a majority of NM will vote for her-King lost with a higher rate than she has right now. Both contestors had a rate higher than 50% the entire contest. You are not just stupid, but really just arrogant, as you are playing off of people's ignorance right In this instance that an approval rate over 50 means a majority would vote for her, and her continual decline and previous state history suggests otherwise.
Clean the plutonium out of your head and but*, dude.