Saturday, May 14, 2005

Solid Majority For Rules Change

Rasmussen was in the top 3 most accurate polling organizations predicting the 2004 presidential election. Funny the MSM has failed to notice this poll.... ot is it?

As the Judicial Nomination battle moves to its final days in the U.S. Senate, two weeks of partisan posturing have failed to change public opinion in a significant manner

Today, 57% of Americans say that "Senate rules should be changed so that a vote must be taken on every person the President nominates to become a judge." That's unchanged from two weeks ago.

The only change of more than a point or two in the data came when we asked about the threat of some Democrats to procedurally shut down the Senate if the filibuster rules are changed. Two weeks ago, 51% of Americans were opposed to that strategy. Opposition to Democrats' retaliation has increased to 55% in the current survey.

I would believe Rasmussen's numbers before anyone. His track record is excellent

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