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Does Harry Reid Really Want to Play the ‘Let’s Look at the Polls’ Game?

By Doug Powers  •  March 30, 2011 04:51 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Basing his opinion on a CNN poll, Harry Reid says the Tea Party is all but kaput:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) encouraged Republicans to stop listening to the Tea Party, saying the country doesn’t care about the grassroots conservative movement.

“The country doesn’t care much about the Tea Party,” Reid said Wednesday. “There is a new CNN poll out today that says this very directly.”

Reid was referring to a CNN poll released on Wednesday said that 47 percent view the Tea Party in a unfavorable light.

Judging from the behavior of Charles Schumer, the Tea Party is still very much relevant. But that aside, if “the country doesn’t care” about the Tea Party, and Reid’s basing that on one poll (instead of one election), we might as well go ahead and conclude that the country really doesn’t care about Harry Reid.

This from Rasmussen just a few days ago:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is viewed favorably by 32% of Likely Voters, up from 25% in February. Fifty percent (50%) share an unfavorable opinion of the Nevada Democrat, down five points from a month ago. Those **numbers include Very Favorable reviews from just eight percent (8%) and Very Unfavorable grades from 33%.

**Poll has a margin of error of plus or minus three cowboy poets

**Written by Doug Powers

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