Thursday, June 10, 2010

Rasmussen: Brady Holds Lead

Illinois Governor: Brady (R) 47%, Quinn (D) 36%:

Quinn continues to fall well short of the 50% level considered critical for incumbents at this stage of a campaign. This is especially telling in President Obama’s home state which has trended Democratic in recent years.

Despite Brady’s narrow primary win, he now has the support of 80% of Republican voters. By comparison, Quinn who also narrowly defeated a primary challenger gets just 60% of Democratic votes. Voters not affiliated with either party prefer the Republican by better than two-to-one.

Illinois' budget deficit and Dems' refusal to deal with it remain key for voters.

Countdown to Bill Brady's new website today.

Related: Gov. do as I say, not as I do, Governor Quinn Shocked, Shocked!!!

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