"In the June 8-14 survey of 481 voters, 33 percent said that they would be likely to vote to re-elect Kulongoski, and 42 percent said they would be likely to support someone else. The rest were neutral in the survey, which had a margin of error of 4.5 percentage points.
Portland pollster Mike Riley, who conducted the survey, said that it did not attempt to gauge Kulongoski's prospects against any of his possible opponents, either among Democrats or Republicans.
Riley said that the poll indicates that some of the Democratic governor's supporters are disappointed that he hasn't been more active in environmental and labor issues."
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Monday, June 27, 2005
The Statesman has an article about the next gubernatorial race that doesn't put Ted Kulongoski in the best position.
Posted by Gary at 7:59 PM