Missouri Senate Election 2010: Republican Blunt 47% Leads Democrat Carnahan 41%


In the “Show Me” state, Republican Roy Blunt continues to lead Democrat Robin Carnahan in Missouri’s US Senate race, 47% to 41%. The question in MO is how much will BO adversely affect the Democrat ticket?

Republican Roy Blunt continues to hold a slight lead over Democrat Robin Carnahan in Missouri’s contest for the U.S. Senate. These findings and the high level of opposition to the national health care plan in the state perhaps help to explain why Carnahan wasn’t around yesterday when President Obama came to Missouri to pitch his plan.

The continual push for Obamacare by the President may be the kiss of death for candidate Carnahan. The opposition to the health care plan is higher in Missouri than it is nationally.  Only 37% of voters in the state approve of the plan presently in Congress, while 60% oppose it. President Barack Obama was just in Missouri

The public was not allowed at the so-called Obama Town Hall event which was nothing more than a hand picked campaign rally event; however, as reported by the Gateway Pundit the WE THE PEOPLE did show up in force at the anti-Obama Blowout in St. Charles, MO– STANDING ROOM ONLY! It would appear that Obama brought the folks out in droves in his visit to Missouri. Of course they were protesting Obama.

Make you wonder what the reverse bounce affect might be in the next poll for Carnahan.

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