Did They Really Need a Poll to Figure This Out?

From the Washington Post

by Dan Balz and Jon Cohen
Dissatisfaction with the direction of the country, antipathy toward federal-government activism and opposition to the Democrats’ health-care proposals drove the upset election of Republican senatorial candidate Scott Brown in Massachusetts, according to a post-election survey of state voters.
The poll by The Washington Post, the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard University’s School of Public Health underscores how significantly voter anger has turned toward Democrats in Washington and how dramatically the political landscape has shifted during President Obama’s first year in office.

I guess you have to remember the Washington Post does have an agenda; is inside the beltway;  just doesn’t really get what is going on here in flyover country and finds it hard to believe not everyone, even in Massachusetts, is wedded to belief in “the Kennedys” and the liberal agenda. 
There is a lot more information in the article, read it here.

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