Skip to comments.Poll shows Haley trending up, Graham has battle ahead
Posted on 04/23/2014 1:51:11 PM PDT by Resettozero
The latest Winthrop Poll results show that U.S. Senator Lindsey Grahams disapproval rating among registered voters has inched up.
The survey of 877 adult South Carolinians conducted April 6-13 indicates that the incumbent senator is showing some vulnerability as the disapproval rating among registered voters 43.8 percent is higher than his approval rating of 39.6 percent.
Poll Director Scott Huffmon cautioned that the difference between the two is just at the margin of error for the registered voter sample. He will be in trouble when his disapproval ratings shoot significantly passed his approval ratings, and polls of likely primary voters show him below 40 percent with very few undecided. That is a sign for trouble, but I dont know of any legitimate polls showing that, Huffmon said.
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I hope Graham goes down and it looks to me like Lee Bright is the best of those challenging him. Lets hope Graham is held to under 50 percent in the first round.
I just tried to donate to L Bright but his web page insists on your phone number and other personal info. I just don’t do that.
Possibly may be an FEC/IRS requirement.
Way back, I went to see James Taylor, but technically it was a fundraising concert for John Anderson. They came around asking for into, and I asked about being put on a mailing list.
(And in November, I did vote for Reagan, although I was living in MA, and both Kennedy and O'Neill were both reelected, in spite of my vote...)
Graham’s ads are blasé and boring. Graham’s message is this: Vote for me because I think I’m a conservative and a nice guy.
It’s Bob Dole part II.
I have no problem giving them the info.
If they bug me for more money later on I can always say NO.
The campaign finance laws require contributors to list their profession and employer.