About two-thirds of the registered voters surveyed said they already had opinions about Reiner and Beatty, but most viewed the two men unfavorably.What do you think their unfavorables would be in North Carolina? Anyway,we wonder if Reiner and Beatty are really in favor of public education.Do they send their kids to the local monopolies?
In Reiner's case, 41 percent of voters viewed him in an unfavorable light, compared to 25 percent who liked him. About 48 percent of voters viewed Beatty unfavorably, compared to 16 percent who saw him in a positive light.
Beatty also had trouble among fellow Democrats, according to the poll. About 40 percent of Democrats and 47 percent of independents said they don't like him. Only 3 percent of Republican voters said they viewed Beatty favorably.
Reiner was seen positively by 37 percent of Democrats, compared to 24 percent of those who viewed him unfavorably. But only 24 percent of independents and 10 percent of Republican voters said they liked him.
Tuesday, November 22, 2005
A new Field Poll shows that two high profile Democratic activists aren't that popular in that very Democratic state of California:
Posted by Steve Bartin at 12:44 PM