Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Tom DeLay, Emerging from the Shadows

Until recently, Tom DeLay was a name known mostly to wonks and politicos. But that has been changing according to a poll quoted in The Hill:
The latest spate of broadcasts and articles, a glut of the type of negative coverage that has plagued DeLay in recent years, likely explains why his name identification has risen from 46 percent to 76 percent between September 1999 and last month, according to several CNN/USA Today/ Gallup surveys of adults nationwide, cited by Democrats. During the same span, DeLay’s unfavorable ratings have swelled from 11 percent to 24 percent, according to the same surveys.


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