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Paul Ryan an excellent pick for Romney, Jindal not, says online poll
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romneyIf those taking the Bayoubuzz poll had their say about Mitt Romney’s VP pick, Paul Ryan, the current top of the GOP ticket would be all smiles.
After the announcement was made, Bayoubuzz published its poll to rate Paul Ryan as the VP choice.

 


This week, Ryan has been criticized for his budget, his requesting stimulus funds while denouncing it, yet, 67% of those answering the poll rated him as an “Excellent” pick.

 


Only 2% said he was “fair”, while 9% voted “poor” and 21% have claimed he is “terrible”.


In another Bayoubuzz poll, readers were asked whether Governor Romney should pick Bobby Jindal asked his vice president choice.


With nearly 1600 votes cast so far, 42% voted “no”, 19.7 voted “yes” and 7.9% cast their ballot for “uncertain”. Coming in second at 26.9% was a write-in answer that said “YES” but only because it would mean he would be GONE from Louisiana. What a blessing that would…”


According to a USA Today poll, “that just 39 percent of those surveyed rated Ryan an “excellent” or “pretty good” choice, while 42 percent feel he’s simply “fair” or “poor.”


While ultimately, Romney did not pick Jindal and some claim he was never a top choice anyway, the Louisiana Governor continues to make road tours for Romney and will have a speaking part at the GOP convention in Tampa.

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