Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Robach leads in Poll

Rick Dollinger has some work to do. We just can not afford another two years of Joe Robach.

56th SD – Monroe County – Joseph Robach (R, incumbent) vs. Richard Dollinger (D)

Robach leads Dollinger 49-38 percent. While Robach holds 78 percent of Republicans and gets the support of one-third of Democrats, Dollinger has the support of 57 percent of Democrats and 11 percent of Republicans. Robach leads among independent voters 46-34 percent. Dollinger has a 10-point lead in the Rochester and Brighton portions of the district, however, Robach has a 64-26 percent lead in Greece and Parma.

Robach is viewed favorably by 57 percent of voters, including 49 percent of Democrats, and unfavorably by 24 percent of voters. One in five voters has no opinion. He is viewed most favorably in Greece and Parma (71-22 percent). Dollinger has a 36-25 percent favorable rating, with 40 percent having no opinion. He is strongest in Brighton (56-14 percent) and least favorable and most unknown in Rochester (28-25 percent)

Voters strongly, 56-31 percent, support Democratic control of the Senate. Interestingly, however, 34 percent of voters saying they support Robach, also indicate they support Democratic control of the Senate. Obama has a commanding 59-33 percent lead over McCain.

“Robach enters the final six weeks of the campaign in this heavily Democratic district in a strong position. He has a double-digit lead, he is popular and viewed as stronger on all the issues,” Greenberg said.

It's time to get to work people. It's time to get busy. Now way, no how can we afford another two years of Joe Robach. Plus, if the dems take the state senate - and it looks like they definitely will (read the rest of the polls at the link above) - then Robach is going to be left high and dry and the gravy train is going to dry up really, really, really quick.

Dollinger is still in striking distance, but he's got his work cut out for him and we all need to pitch in here.

It might be time for all of us to click this link.

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