Thursday, January 25, 2007

Elected, but not really liked

Another interesting tid-bit in today's Quinnipiac Universtiy poll (discussed here) is that the recently elected Senator Robert Menendez isn't particularly liked by his constituents. In fact, only 36% of New Jersey voters approve of his job performance. And that isn't something new. Since he became a senator in January 2006, his highest job approval rating was a mere 39%.

Amazing that someone who is liked by, at most, 39% of the electorate was able to get 58% of the vote.

Our other U.S. Senator, the 83-year old Frank Lautenberg, isn't exactly burning up the popularity polls. He has a 44% job approval rating.

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