In a poll released by Rasmussen on Tuesday it seems that a large majority of Americans disapprove of the manner in which the Democrat Senators in Wisconsin (and now in Indiana) chose to avoid a vote they were most likely going to lose -run away.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that only 25% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of this tactic, while 67% disapprove. State legislators in Indiana have used the same approach to avoid a vote in their state. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
It is refreshing to see that a majority of Americans see through this childish affront to the democratic process that makes these Senators’ jobs necessary in the first place. Hopefully this serves as a warning to Democrat legislators in other states that may be considering this tactic that the public does not approve of it. At the very least Republicans can rest assured that the left no longer has the authority to call them “the party of no.”