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Breaking: SMOR Poll, Jindal's Louisiana ratings improve
  // Tuesday, 13 May 2014 13:29 //

jindal-speechBelow is the spring poll by SMOR that indicate Bobby Jindal's poll numbers are improving after taking a severe dive.  Also, US Senator David Vitter and New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu (D) lead the gubernatorial pack, although Vitter maintains a sizeable lead in a faceoff with Landrieu.

 Governor Bobby Jindal

Governor Jindal’s positive job performance rating (48%) is going up, however his negative rating (51%) remains higher than his positive. He is however approaching the point where his positive rating exceeds his negative; a situation that hasn’t existed since September 2012.

Jindal’s highest positive rating is among Republicans (73%); his lowest (15%) is among black voters. 61% of white voters give Jindal a positive performance rating.

 2015 Louisiana Governor’s race 

Mitch Landrieu (D) and David Vitter (R) lead the pack of six prospective candidates. With each of them pulling 29% of the vote (58% total with 11% undecided), there’s precious little left for the other prospective candidates. 

Among the other prospective candidates, State Treasurer John Kennedy (R) and Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne (R) run in a second tier with 12% and 11% respectively. State Representative John Bel Edwards (D) gets 6% and Public Service Commissioner Scott Angelle (R) gets 4%.  

Vitter gets 50% of the Republican vote and 24% among Independents. Landrieu on the other hand draws 48% of the Democrat vote and 26% among Independents. What separates the two is that Vitter draws 15% of the Democrats, but Landrieu only attracts 6% of the Republicans.

Landrieu gets strong support among black Democrats (67%). However among white Democrats, Landrieu only draws support from 30% compared with Vitter getting 25%. Collectively, the two Democrat candidates get 35% of the white Democrat vote while the four Republican candidates get 52% of the white Democrat vote. 

 

Mitch Landrieu - David Vitter runoff

Vitter leads Landrieu 53% to 42% in a runoff; 6% are undecided or won’t say. In the runoff,

Vitter gets 86% of the Republican vote while Landrieu gets 9% of the Republicans. Among Democrats, Landrieu gets 67% and Vitter gets 27%. Among white Democrats, Landrieu gets 49% and Vitter gets 43% with the remainder being undecided. Vitter leads Landrieu among Independents by 53% to 42%.

See SMOR press release for more details

Pinsonat talks Jindal's popularity, Landrieu's Energy Chair importance (watch video and/or read transcript)

Media Sources

Metairie, Louisiana

Website: www.bayoubuzz.com

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Bernie burns sizeWatch Bernie Pinsonat discuss current poll numbers, the US Senate race, Congressional races, upcoming Louisiana legislative session, Governor John Bel Edwards' popularity, favorables of other elected officials, future political races such as Treasurer, Attorney General and more topics. 

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