The New Most Popular Governor in the United States

From Rasmussen Reports: Governor Bobby Jindal, who was formerly considered a VP choice for John McCain, earns good or excellent ratings from 77% of voters, while ...
by | September 29, 2008

From Rasmussen Reports:

Governor Bobby Jindal, who was formerly considered a VP choice for John McCain, earns good or excellent ratings from 77% of voters, while just 3% say he is doing a poor job.

Jindal's headaches from Louisiana's legislative pay raise controversy are now ancient history. Clearly, the state residents view his hurricane response favorably. Did John McCain choose the wrong barrier-breaking youthful governor who conservatives love?

Josh Goodman
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