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Ventura polls 24% in hypothetical Senate bid

A Rasmussen poll out Friday and conducted Wednesday indicates ex-Gov. Jesse Ventura would enter the Minnesota Senate race with the support of about one in four voters. The survey has incumbent Republican Norm Coleman at 39%, Democrat Al Franken at 32%, and Ventura at 24%. Without Ventura in the race, Coleman leads Franken 48% to 45%. When asked if Ventura should run, 60% said he should not, while 27% said he should. The poll of 500 likely voters has a margin of sampling error of +/- 4.5%.

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  1. Ross Levin Ross Levin June 14, 2008

    It’s a shame that maybe the two people running for Senate this year that I would really like to see in office might run against each other…

  2. Sean Scallon Sean Scallon June 14, 2008

    Ventura or even Barkley entering the race would all but kill Franken’s chances of winning.

  3. G.E. G.E. June 14, 2008

    I don’t like those numbers.

  4. Fred Church Ortiz Fred Church Ortiz June 14, 2008

    All he needs is to do a little better than Teddy Roosevelt.

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