Now that the Louisiana legislative gavel is ready, today, for its annual podium-pound rite-of-political spring, it’s time to consider Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s all-so popular complaint over the past few years.
As is typical, the clash between the transformative ideas of Gov. Bobby Jindal and Louisiana’s political culture makes the voting public appear schizophrenic, with implications for his agenda going forward.
Much has already been written about Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's significant descent in poll numbers, whether it be a poll conducted last fall by SMOR, or one published last week by Voter/Consumer Research or the most recent poll published by what is being described by some in the media as a "Democratic-leaning" survey (below).
This is part II of a discussion with Bernie Pinsonat, President of Southern Media and Opinion Research, Inc, (SMOR) to discuss the differences between his and another poll that resulted in significant variances in outcomes.
According to the conservative Magellan BR poll released today, Mitt Romney will win in a landslide, over half of the respondents prefer someone other than Sen. Mary Landrieu and Senator Vitter leads Mitch Landrieu by over five points.