TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY AFL-CIO POLLING DATA SUGGESTS HARSH TIMES AHEAD FOR MISSOURI CONGRESS LADY VICKY HARTZLER!!!
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TAKE A LOOK AT SOME EXTENSIVE MISSOURI POLITICAL POLLING DATA THAT SUGGESTS MISSOURI CONGRESS LADY HARTZLER MIGHT HAVE A HARD TIME GETTING REELECTED!!!
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CONGRESSWOMAN HARTZLER EXTREMELY VULNERABLE IN RE-ELECTION
Kansas City, Missouri – In the constant fight for America’s work force and the middle class, the Kansas City AFL-CIO commissioned a poll to examine the venerability of Congresswoman Hartzler’s (MO-4) re-election efforts. What this poll demonstrated was that Cass County Prosecuting Attorney Hensley’s challenge is unquestionably winnable and the public’s support of Congresswoman Hartzler is non-existent. 54% of those surveyed do not know her well or at all. Only 34% would vote to send her back to Congress while 41% stated that they would vote for someone else while 25% were undecided.
33% of the surveyed voters “don’t know” about Congresswoman Hartzler’s job performance and 25% rate her job performance in Congress as “not so good” or “poor”.
Not surprising that 82% of the surveyed disapprove, with 59% strongly disapprove, of how Congress is handling or has handled major issues facing the Nation. Hartzler, being an incumbent cannot separate herself from the negative discernment the public has for Congress. This negative perception of Congress combined with her extremely low name recognition demonstrates that she is vulnerable to defeat in November.
Even Congresswoman Hartzler’s advantage is limited. 45% of the respondents consider themselves Republicans versus 27% Democrats. But 20% of those Republicans would prefer to vote for someone else. This race will be decided by the Independent voters.
26% of the surveyed were Independents and 46% would prefer to vote for someone else.
Congresswoman Hartzler has failed to represent Missouri’s Fourth Congressional District. She remains virtually unknown in her district and fails to work on issues that can positively impact and change the lives of the people that she continues to fail. It is these failures that have made this race very competitive.
This survey was conducted by telephone with 402 registered voters in Missouri's 4th Congressional District September 4-8, 2012. The sample for the survey was drawn from a list of current registered voters provided by the Missouri Secretary of State. The sample data was further stratified to reflect the percentage of registered voters in each of the 24 counties in the Congressional District. A screening question about voting in the upcoming November general election was asked at the beginning of the survey and only those who answered 'yes' or 'maybe' were interviewed. The margin of error in this survey is plus/minus 4 percent.