Friday, May 27, 2005

Poll majority say they'd be likely to vote for Clinton - Yahoo! News: "'Over time, Clinton fatigue has dissipated ... and people are looking back on the Clinton years more favorably,' says Andrew Kohut, director of the non-partisan Pew Research Center. In a Pew poll released this month, Kohut called former president Bill Clinton and the senator 'comeback kids' because of their rising ratings. 'This may also reflect that she has been recasting her image as a more moderate person,' he says." If it is well understood that she has "recast" herself how is it that people are tempted to vote for someone with no core beliefs? This is something that I'll never understand about the typical voter. Then again, the typical voter probably isn't reading this article, or paying any attention to such polls.

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