Sort of like Cheney running for President after George W. Bush. Well, at least in some ways.
By Robert Mann
As a new Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey demonstrated, Gov. Bobby Jindal’s standing among Louisiana’s citizens is pretty darn low. He’s probably still more popular than Ebola, but I’m not sure he’d want to go head to head with toe fungus.
As I noted in a post on Wednesday,
Jindal’s job approval rating is a dismal 34 percent. He’d lose to Edwin Edwards in a hypothetical governor’s race and a large majority say they wish he wouldn’t run for president. And, if he should he become the GOP vice presidential nominee , a strong plurality said Jindal’s presence on the ticket would make them less likely to support the Republican ticket.
Jindal may, in fact, be the least popular governor in the United States. He is certainly in the bottom two or three.
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