— MULawPoll (@MULawPoll) December 27, 2015
How incredibly strange… and this follows on Carson’s much-noticed statement that he wouldn’t accept a Muslim as President. Can it be that what seemed like an unforced error actually helped his cause? Trump boosted his cause by making statements that look — to mainstream commentators — as though they outright disqualify him from being taken seriously. Perhaps it’s not Trump’s style and bluster that have put him in the lead, but the substance itself, the very substance that horrifies moderates. Because here’s Carson, with his completely different demeanor and tone, vaulting ahead saying something that anybody serious was supposed to know you just don’t say.
Via Channel 3000.
President Obama job approval: 51% approve, 45% disapprove.
— MULawPoll (@MULawPoll) September 30, 2015
Oh-So-Gentle-Don’t-To-Want-Hurt-Anyone’s-Feelings Post of the Day™ –
Missing from the list was Walker, who earned less than half a percentage point support, putting the former frontrunner in the same category as long shots like Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, and former New York Gov. George Pataki.
His results reported with an asterisk instead of a whole number. Only Rick Perry, who’s quit, scores lower –
Via CNN/ORC Poll 9.20.15.
Walker lowest of poll on Wednesday debate @ 1%