November 26, 2013


Race for Illinois Governor a Toss Up

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Illinois finds Gov. Pat Quinn (D) "continues to be one of the most unpopular Governors in the country, but the Democratic lean of the state is enough to still make him neck and neck in hypothetical contests with the Republicans vying to take him on next fall."

Key findings: "Only 34% of voters approve of the job Quinn is doing to 60% who disapprove... In match ups with his potential GOP foes Quinn leads Bruce Rauner (R) 41% to 38%, trails Dan Rutherford (R) 41% to 39%, and ties both Bill Brady (R) and Kirk Dillard (R) at 41% and 39% respectively."










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