The Argus Leader/KELO poll on the presidential race isn’t too shocking. But it contained one item Democrats should find particularly disconcerting.
According to the specifics in today’s Argus, when asked about Bush’s “handling of homeland security and the war on terrorism,” 41 percent of Democrats polled approved, 40 percent disapproved and 19 percent were “not sure.”
Granted, the difference is well within the poll’s margin of error. Still, it certainly does not bode well when Democrats are, at best, evenly split on a main theme of the Bush campaign. It also indicates a significant number of South Dakota Democrats have not grasped the concept of Accountablity.