Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Star Tribune: Pawlenty Has Highest Approval Ratings In Four Years

"Gov. Tim Pawlenty appears to have weathered some of the most tumultuous events of his tenure, with 59 percent of Minnesota adults approving of the job he is doing as governor, a new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll shows. It is his highest approval rating in the poll since February 2003, shortly after he took office.

Despite frequent combat with the DFL-dominated Legislature, the recent horror of a bridge collapse on his watch and questions about the state's response to flooding in southeastern Minnesota, Republican Pawlenty's strong approval rating cut across gender, regional and age lines." Source: Star Tribune, October 3, 2007

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

After raising taxes.
Raising spending.

Decimating the Republican party
(Loss of constitution offices, the house, reduction in the senate)

And new promises of more taxes, more waste on trains and revenue transfers like ethanol -
Is it surprising that the democrat bias pole like the tribune's show people like him.