11 April 2010

Tea Party More Popular Than The President


"In official Washington [and on some blogs], some consider the Tea Party movement a fringe element in society, but voters across the nation feel closer to the Tea Party movement than they do to Congress. . . . By a 62% to 12% margin, Mainstream Americans say the Tea Party is closer to their views. By a 90% to one percent (1%) margin, the Political Class [which includes much of academia] feels closer to Congress."

And . . .
"On major issues, 48% of voters say that the average Tea Party member is closer to their views than President Barack Obama. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 44% hold the opposite view and believe the president’s views are closer to their own."

Certainly more than "a very small percentage." Read the rest of these enlightening polls here and here.

2 comments:

msimons said...

That is quite funny. The Idea of Change with Obama has gotten old and unwanted.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

I don't think the change being implemented was quite what the voters had in mind.