Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Vote For Us

And we'll vote for you. Promise. Colbert's kicking some butt. Rasmussen (10.24.07), via AmericaBlog:
"A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that [Comedy Central host Stephen] Colbert is preferred by 13% of voters as an independent candidate challenging Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Rudy Giuliani [45-34-13]. The survey was conducted shortly after Colbert’s surprise announcement that he is lusting for the Oval Office.

The result is similar when Fred Thompson is the Republican in the three-way race. With Thompson as the GOP candidate, Colbert earns 12% of the vote [46-34-12]."

Comedian Colbert Reaches Double Digits As Third-Party Candidate

Humor aside, what's interesting is Hillary's advantage over Rudy and Uncle Fred.

Anyway, here's some other stuff (link in original). "An earlier survey found that only 8% of Americans say they would definitely vote for comedian Jon Stewart if he was on the ballot in 2008."

Ahhh, but Stewart's unfavorables are great. "Just 38% say they would definitely vote against Stewart." And Katie Couric? Well that's another matter. Turns out that "62% of American voters would definitely vote against (her)."

They also definitely aren't watching her on the evening news.



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