Stop us before we poll again

May 1995
American Enterprise;May/Jun95, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p11
Cites political analyst Mike Murphy's assertion that re-election success depends on one's ability to act decisively, even in the face of initial public opposition, and not on public opinion poll scores. Re-election of Michigan Governor John Engler and President Ronald Reagan despite low scores in public opinion polls; Defeat of President George Bush despite a high approval rating.


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