25 June 2008


The Los Angeles Times reports some striking poll numbers.
In a two-man race between the major-party candidates, registered voters chose Obama over McCain by 49% to 37%
public approval of the president's job performance at a new low for a Times/Bloomberg poll: 23%, compared with 73% disapproval.
Even among voters who said they planned to vote for McCain, more than half said they were "not enthusiastic" about their chosen candidate; 45% said they were enthusiastic. By contrast, 81% of Obama voters said they were enthusiastic, and almost half called themselves "very enthusiastic," a level of zeal found in 13% of McCain's supporters.
Obviously, it's a long road to November, but this is awfully encouraging.

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