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Why PPP’s Poll Should Keep Wisconsin Dems Up at Night

Gonna try a first here at Lakeshore Laments, poll analysis not by word, but by picture.  See, I’ve been spending the past few Thanksgiving holiday days and free moments in them going over the various releases from the recent Public Policy Polling (PPP) poll they did last weekend.

As I’ve said in my last post on this poll, I’m not a fan of weekend polling since it often times will over-sample Democrats, but I did see some interesting stuff in the cross-tabs I thought we should all see and discuss.  So feel free to in the comments.

Oh, here’s your decoder ring.

WI Area Codes

And here’s the data…

PPP Polling 1PPP Polling 2PPP Polling 3

Yeah, I know what you’re thinking.  That 59 percent opposition to the Stimulus package in the 715 area code shocked you too.

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  • Somebody might want to tell Kagen that the stimulus & healthcare are unpopular in the 920 and he should stop voting for them. Of course, I've heard some people express the opinion that Kagen literally does not care what the people in his district think ought to be done. But I also hear that being indifferent to your constituents desires is a great way to get back into the medical practice.

  • Somebody might want to tell Kagen that the stimulus & healthcare are unpopular in the 920 and he should stop voting for them. Of course, I've heard some people express the opinion that Kagen literally does not care what the people in his district think ought to be done. But I also hear that being indifferent to your constituents desires is a great way to get back into the medical practice.