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January 20, 2006 09:00 AM UTC

Owens Popularity at Nine-Month High

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  • by: Colorado Pols

According to SurveyUSA, Governor Bill Owens’ popularity ratings are at a nine-month high, with 59% of Colorado adults showing approval.

(h/t to Colorado Lib)

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5 thoughts on “Owens Popularity at Nine-Month High

  1. Looks like Holtzman’s plan of winning by being the antiOwens doesn’t look so sound.

    Does anyone remeber what Romer’s popularity rating was in his final year?

  2. As I recall, 1998 was the year that Roy Romer announced his 15 or 16 year affair with a state employee.  I don’t remember the actual popularity poll numbers, but I do know that his admission didn’t help the Dems in that years’ election.

  3. The right-wing nuts in the GOP won’t like this prediction, but I will wager that when 2008 rolls around, Bill Owens will muscle Wayne Allard out of the way.

  4. Romer’s last year in office saw him with a 56% job approval rating.

    Like Bill Clinton, he could have run again and won.

    At this point, Bill Owens could conceivably run again and have a reasonably good chance of winning.  Owens against Hick, I don’t know.  Owens against almost any other Dem and he would have a good chance.  Problem for Owens is getting the nomination, despite his popularity with the general public.

    MH is probably on the right track to take the nomination.  Both ways Bob is staring the end of his political career in the face.

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