LA Senator Landrieu Tanks in Latest Poll, Obamacare to blame

A New Independent Poll From Southern Media & Opinion Research Finds That Mary Landrieu’s Approval Rating Is Now Underwater By 4 Points, With 46.3 Percent Approving Of Her Job Performance And 50.5 Percent Disapproving. (Southern Media & Opinion Research Poll, 600 LV, 4.0% MoE, 11/6-12/13)

Landrieu, MaryLandrieu’s Approval Ratings Have Plummeted From Where They Stood In Spring Of 2013, When Her Approval Rating Stood At +15, With 56 Percent Approving Of Her Job Performance To 41 Percent Disapproving. (Press Release, November 2013 Louisiana Poll, Southern Media & Opinion Research, 11/21/13)

Landrieu’s Seniority Will Not Save Her: Just 37 Percent Of Respondents Thought It was Important To Keep Her In Office Due To Her Seniority While 56 Percent Wanted To Elect “Someone New.” “When voters were asked which was more important, keeping her in office due to her seniority or electing someone new, 56% wanted someone new and 37% wanted to keep her in office.” (Press Release, November 2013 Louisiana Poll, Southern Media & Opinion Research, 11/21/13)

“If Senator Landrieu Faced Reelection In The Next Few Months, Her Outlook For Reelection Would Be Highly Unlikely.” (Press Release, November 2013 Louisiana Poll, Southern Media & Opinion Research, 11/21/13)

LANDRIEU’S PLUMMETING APPROVAL RATINGS ARE TIED TO OBAMA AND OBAMACARE

ObamaCare Is Deeply Unpopular In Louisiana, With Only 33.6 Percent Favoring The Law To 59 Percent Who Oppose It. (Southern Media & Opinion Research Poll, 600 LV, 4.0% MoE, 11/6-12/13)

54 Percent Of Respondents Said They Would Be Less Likely To Vote For Landrieu Due To Her Support Of ObamaCare. “Fifty-four percent of those polled said they’d be less likely to vote for the Democratic senator’s re-election next year because of her vote for President Barack Obama’s health law.” (Melinda Deslatte, “Landrieu Takes Hit At Home With Health Law Problem,” The Associated Press, 11/21/13)

  • 70 Percent Of Undecided Voters Said They Would Be Less Likely To Vote For Landrieu Due To Her Support Of ObamaCare. (Press Release, November 2013 Louisiana Poll, Southern Media & Opinion Research, 11/21/13)

Obama Is Extremely Unpopular In Louisiana – No Wonder Landrieu Hid When He Visited New Orleans

Just 38.3 Percent Of Louisianans Approve Of Obama’s Job Performance, While 59.8 Percent Disapprove. (Southern Media & Opinion Research Poll, 600 LV, 4.0% MoE, 11/6-12/13)

“Contributing To Landrieu’s Declining Popularity Was The Revelation That Millions Of Health Care Insurance Policies Were Cancelled In Spite Of President Obama’s Personal Guarantee That Everyone Could Keep Their Individual Insurance Policies.” (Press Release, November 2013 Louisiana Poll, Southern Media & Opinion Research, 11/21/13)

When Obama Visited The Port Of New Orleans Earlier This Month, Landrieu Was Nowhere To Be Found. “When President Barack Obama appears at the Port of New Orleans tomorrow, he won’t be joined by Louisiana’s only statewide elected Democrat, U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu.” (Julia O’Donoghue, “Sen. Landrieu Won’t Appear With Obama At Port Of New Orleans,” The Times-Picayune, 11/7/13)

  • Landrieu Hitched A Ride On Air Force One, But Didn’t Appear With Obama Due To A “Long-Standing Engagement” Elsewhere. “Landrieu will travel with Obama to New Orleans on the president’s plane, Air Force One, but she doesn’t plan to attend his speech about boosting exports. The U.S. Senator has a long-standing engagement in Lake Charles that takes place at the same time and she can’t be in both places at once, staff said.” (Julia O’Donoghue, “Sen. Landrieu Won’t Appear With Obama At Port Of New Orleans,” The Times-Picayune, 11/7/13)

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