"The poll is good news for Linda McMahon..."
From Eric Dondero:
That's two polls in a row that show her with a 3% lead.
Connecticut likely voters put Republican former wrestling executive Linda McMahon on the right side of a 49 - 46 percent too-close-to-call U.S. Senate race against Democratic U.S. Rep. Christopher Murphy, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. .And then there's this:
This is the first look at likely voters by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University and can not be compared to earlier surveys of registered voters. .
In today's survey, McMahon's 54 - 42 percent lead among men swamps Murphy's small 50 - 46 percent lead among women. McMahon leads 88 - 10 percent among Republicans and 55 - 40 percent among independent voters, while Murphy takes Democrats 82 - 16 percent. .
"The poll is good news for Linda McMahon. In our first likely voter poll in Connecticut, McMahon has a 3 point advantage in a too-close-to-call-race. Her edge is due to her double- digit lead among independent voters and being close among women, a group she struggled with in her 2010 run," said Quinnipiac University Poll Director Douglas Schwartz, PhD.
President Barack Obama holds a narrow 52 - 45 percent lead over Gov. Mitt Romney, his Republican challenger, among Connecticut likely voters. Twelve percent of Obama voters and 12 percent of Romney backers say they might change their mind..Editor's
Thanks to The Libertarian Republican for this story.
|Senate Candidate Linda McMahon's son-in-law Triple H with |
his wife Stephanie McMahon.
WWE Triple H - The King of Kings
What the Hell, let's throw in a little footage of the greatest wrestler of our time.