Majority of Republicans See No Clear Leader, Especially Not Rush, Palin



Rush Limbaugh may fancy himself leader of the Republican Party, but recent polls say otherwise.

In addition to last week’s survey showing that more than 60% of GOP members reject Rush as their bellwether, a fresh Rasmussen Reports survey passes on word today that the majority of Republicans see no clear commander: "Sixty-eight percent (68%) of Republican voters say their party has no clear leader, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Another 17% are undecided." Sadly for Rush, only a scant 2% view him as their leader, while former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin pulled in a mere 1% of the vote.

If the party wants to win forthcoming elections, we suggest they find a popular face and stick with it — otherwise there won’t be any leadership at all!


Majority of Republicans See No Clear Leader, Especially Not Rush, Palin | wowOwow


That's interesting. Are some of these Republicans beginning to get their common sense back?