“Trouble In 2014”: All Signs Point To A Difficult Fight For Mitch McConnell In The Coming Election Year


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According to a new Public Policy Polling poll released Tuesday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will face a very difficult re-election battle in 2014.

The poll finds that McConnell and Kentucky’s Secretary of State, Alison Lundergan Grimes, would be tied at 45 percent in a hypothetical 2014 Senate race. Grimes has not yet said whether or not she plans to enter the race.

The PPP poll, which was conducted on behalf of Senate Majority PAC, suggests that McConnell’s greatest opponent may be himself. Kentucky’s senior senator holds a mere 44 percent approval rating in his home state, with 47 percent disapproval. While Grimes’ favorability is just 34 percent, 42 percent of Kentuckians are still unsure of their opinion of her.

McConnell’s standing has been deteriorating over time; two previous PPP polls had McConnell leading Grimes by margins of 7 points in December and 4 points in April.

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One response to ““Trouble In 2014”: All Signs Point To A Difficult Fight For Mitch McConnell In The Coming Election Year”

  1. Barneysday says :

    McConnell and other strident Repubs are going to face a tough time in 2014. People are tired of their antics, their do nothing stands.

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