Thursday, 01 September 2011 21:55
Read Entire GOP Poll On Jindal, Louisiana Legislature, Election Issues
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JindalA Louisiana Republican Party poll conducted by the Southern Media (SMOR) shows that Governor Bobby Jindal has a a substantial lead over his only named opponent Tara Hollis and another Democrat Rob Marionneaux who is considering a run against the Governor. 

The Republican Party shows Gov. Bobby Jindal's popularity has improved compared to recent  SMOR polls. 

 he poll showed Jindal, 58.5 percent; Sen. Rob Marionneaux, 8.4; Tara Hollis, 6.2; undecided, 27 percent. 

However, the poll was conducted during a week where a Jindal political ad ran without any opposition. 

Jindal scored 63 percent favorable (39 percent "very favorable" and 24 percent "somewhat". 

“Compared to last December he is back to his 2008 post-elections numbers.  Jindal has recovered.  People are interested in Washington and what is going on there.  Overall, the American public is not paying attention nor are they doing so right now here in Louisiana. 

Persons close to the Marionneaux camp say they have a poll that indicates Jindal’s popularity is under 50 percent and that he is beatable. 

Read the Poll


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