While I would argue that there’s no clear-cut answer to the question in the headline above, the results of a new survey give political junkies of all stripes a lot to chew on.


The numbers generally are good news for Democrats, as we see HERE:







PPP’s newest national survey finds that in the wake of the shutdown, Republican voters now view Ted Cruz as their party’s leader. 21% picked Cruz to 17% for Chris Christie, and 15% for John Boehner. Cruz finished well ahead of the other GOP Senators we tested- Rand Paul got 9%, John McCain 7%, and

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While I would argue that there’s no clear-cut answer to the question in the headline above, the results of a new survey give political junkies of all stripes a lot to chew on.

The numbers generally are good news for Democrats, as we see HERE:

PPP’s newest national survey finds that in the wake of the shutdown, Republican voters now view Ted Cruz as their party’s leader. 21% picked Cruz to 17% for Chris Christie, and 15% for John Boehner. Cruz finished well ahead of the other GOP Senators we tested- Rand Paul got 9%, John McCain 7%, and

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