Rasmussen Poll on the Tea Parties
Rasmussen has reported that, according to a poll it conducted on April 16-17, 32% of the sample had a very favorable impression of the tea parties, 19% had a somewhat favorable impression, 15% had a somewhat unfavorable impression, 18% had a very unfavorable impression, and 15% were not sure. Thus, more people had a favorable impression than an unfavorable one. I think that's good news, insofar as it may represent a widespread dissatisfaction with big government.
In addition, 25% of the sample said they personally knew someone who had attended a tea party.
Hat tip to Power Line.
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