Rick Snyder's right-to-work poll crash

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's right-to-work poll crash
http://www.politico.com/story/2012/12/rick-snyders-right-to-work-poll-cr...
From article:
"Snyder’s approval rating is at 38 percent while his disapproval rating clocks in at 56 percent. Last month, his approval rating was 47 percent, according to a PPP poll, with a disapproval rating of 37 percent, resulting in a net-28 point drop this month."

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2012/12/rick-snyders-right-to-work-poll-cr...

Michigan is the laughing stock of the nation! This for-sale governor is a fool if he thinks Michiganders believe anything he says. His legislation has cost the average Joe thousands in raised taxes and lower wages while he gives his plutocrat buddies a $3 billion tax cut.

Ohio Governor Kasich is using the same playbook cutting the estate tax, cutting revenue sharing, pilfering Ohio turnpike revenue for broke state coffers. These two governors are costing the "little" people thousands in higher taxes while their rich donors run off with the treasure.

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comes to a total of $40 BILLION.

All lost to bail out criminally ruined unions who have stolen members life insurance monies, disability monies, pension monies and dues wasted by union bureaucrats on their own selfish purposes on folly like luxury golf courses ?!

But, but, but, but, the auto bailout was a success ?!
Really ? Where is Mercury ? Pontiac ? Oldsmobile ? Saturn ?
And the dealerships employees and owners ?!

The morons who love to be lied to and lie like crazy themselves surely live in a World of Deception & Criminality, only known to dictators, drug gang-lords, despots, unions, and of course the psycho-ward !

Why not just say: "the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer", and save yourself a lot of time at your keyboard?

Luckily jobs are not created by the poll numbers of elected officials. Snyder probably isn't too worried if he bothered to pay attention to either Scott Walker in Wisconsin, who beat a recall or to Barack Obama who overcame this poll number -"Just 41 percent of Americans approve of the job Mr. Obama is doing as president, according to the poll, conducted from March 7 to 11. Another 47 percent disapprove of his performance, up from 41 percent last month"- to get reelected.

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FactCheck.org
http://www.factcheck.org/2012/04/the-whole-truth-in-wisconsin-air-wars/
As the Greater Wisconsin Political Fund correctly pointed out in a recent ad, in 2011, “Wisconsin lost more jobs than any other state. Dead last.” That fact was also featured in an ad from the Barrett campaign. From January 2011 to January 2012, Wisconsin lost a net 12,700 jobs. According to a review by the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, that was the worst performance among all 50 states.

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

Wisconsin gained just under 20,000 jobs last year, according to data published by the federal government Thursday, putting it behind 40 other states in its rate of job growth in 2011.

The figures support Gov. Walker's contention during the recall campaign that Wisconsin gained rather than lost jobs in his first year in office.

But they also show Wisconsin lagging behind the nation as a whole in job creation in 2011.

The data come from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, and cover the fourth quarter of last year.

The report shows that between December 2010 and December 2011, Wisconsin had a net gain of 19,551 jobs in the public and private sector combined. That's an increase of about seven-tenths of one percent, ranking Wisconsin 41st in percentage job growth in the United States last year and behind other Midwestern states such as Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.

The nation as a whole gained about 1.8 million jobs last year, an increase of almost 1.4%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Taking just private-sector jobs, Wisconsin's growth rate in 2011 was higher - about 1.2%. But that still ranked Wisconsin behind 37 other states in its growth rate for private jobs, including the six Midwestern states listed above. According to the BLS numbers, Wisconsin gained almost 28,000 private-sector jobs last year (while losing more than 8,000 government jobs).

Wisconsin ranked higher in manufacturing job growth. The state added more than 11,000 manufacturing jobs in 2011, an increase of 2.6%, ranking the state 19th in the U.S. in percentage job growth in that sector, a cornerstone of Wisconsin's economy. Measured by the raw number of manufacturing jobs added, Wisconsin ranked sixth.

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361,000 JOBLESS claims !?
"The private sector is doing fine", says a Chicago job killing attorney...how stupid do you have to be to believe that ?!
As obtuse and vapid as lying, thieving, job killing, union bureaucrats are !

Poll numbers two years away from any election mean nothing.

Walker, Kasich, and Christie all had similar falls at some point in their current administrations but none are right now listed on the "hot list". In fact, Christie and Walker now seem virtual shoo in for reelection if not higher aspirations.

MikeyA

These guys will do just fine. The union thugs are finally going to fade away.

AmericanPie

I don't believe ANYTHING--until I read it in the unbiased Politico.

Snyder's popularity plummets
December 18, 2012
http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2012/12/snyders-popularity-plumm...
From article:
We now find Snyder as one of the most unpopular Governors in the country. Only 38% of voters approve of him to 56% who disapprove. There are only 2 other sitting Governors we've polled on who have a worse net approval rating than Snyder's -18. He's dropped a net 28 points from our last poll on him, the weekend before the election, when he was at a +10 spread (47/37).
There's not much doubt that it's the right to work law and his embrace of other actions by the Republican legislature that are driving this precipitous drop in Snyder's popularity.

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You just cited the same survey as before. Are you suggesting its backed up... by itself?

MikeyA

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