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Poll Shows Delay Dropping In His District Sunday, January 15, 2006

Rice University and the University of Houston completed a poll on Thursday showing Delay's stock in his own district is dropping. The numbers show Delay trailing Democratic rival Nick Lampson. The only problem with the poll is Delay has 22%, Lampson has 30%. The margin of error is +/- 4%. The numbers are within the margin of error.

The href="http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060115/ap_on_el_ho/delay_poll" target="_blank" ran a good story on the subject. Delay's camp said they were polling good numbers and questioned the validity of it all.

These scandals must be taking their toll on Delay's constituents. Everytime more news hits, it makes them feel like they were lied too, swindled, etc. And they were. They every right to demand more honest congressman. In some ways I think though, the people of Texas still won't learn their lesson.




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