This doesn’t look good for Republican Senator Ron Johnson

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Polls matter. Sure, they’re just snapshots in time, but they often tell a story. And for Senator Ron Johnson, the story they are describing doesn’t look so great. Johnson (not worthy of Wisconsin’s cheese, insurrection party, Wisconsin) has not yet announced whether or not he will run again. I would suggest no.

The reason for this suggestion has to do with the squalid Senator’s poll numbers. To put it bluntly, they suck. A recent poll from Marquette University Law school suggests the Senator is seeing his numbers collapse in real-time. Thank you, Wisconsinites.

According to the poll, just thirty-five percent of respondents approve of the Senator’s performance. Forty-two percent disapprove.

Compare this to Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, a Democrat. Governor Evers has an approval rating of fifty percent. Forty-three percent disprove.

The poll was conducted August 3-8.

So, at the very least, what this poll tells us is: Senator Ron Johnson is not popular. More Wisconsinites disapprove than approve. He is beatable if he does decide to run again, which I am sadly predicting that he will. In the meantime, Johnson’s becoming the gift that will not stop giving to his critics. Madison.com recently came out with a piece entitled: “Ron Johnson is a crook.”

   

Johnson is also receiving blowback for saying he has not read the infrastructure Bill. What a guy! So, as we wait for the idiotic Senator to decide to run or not run, one thing remains clear. He is not well-liked, and with the right candidate, we have an opportunity to pick up a very important Senate seat.

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