One of the goals I have for writing this blog is to introduce you all to some of the best web sites out there (particularly sites with a conservative bent). One of those is Power Line, which was originated by John Hinderaker and Scott Johnson, a couple of attorneys from the land of Hubert Humphrey. Today, Johnson writes about the latest Gallup poll which shows the approval rating of the Democratic Party down to 41% (the lowest it has ever been in the eighteen years they've been asking this question). The Republican Party, by the way, polls at 42%.
As Bill Otis says, "it has taken Obama less than 15 months to do for the Democrats what it took Bush eight years to do for the Republicans."
At Another Black Conservative Clifton B writes:
Democrats should take note of these numbers. Unlike Rasmussen, which only polls registered voters, Gallup polls all adults. The all adults method is always more favorable to Democrats. For Gallup to find such a significant drop in favorability for Democrats should set off all sorts of alarms for the left.
I don't think the that current Democratic leadership will be concerned with these findings. That is because they long ago agreed to trade the party's viability for lasting progressive change. For hardcore ideologues like Obama and Pelosi the Democrat Party is expendable if America is permanently stuck with the European socialist model.
(Hat tip: Morning Jolt)