Minnesotans Back War

Regular Power Line readers know that formerly-liberal Minnesota has been trending strongly to the right for some years. Tomorrow’s Minneapolis Star Tribune will report that “Minnesotans back Bush and war in Iraq.”
According to the Strib’s Minnesota Poll, 61 percent of Minnesotans say the United States was right to start military action in Iraq; Bush’s job approval among Minnesotans is currently at 63 percent; and 67 percent approve of Bush’s handling of the war, with 52 percent approving strongly. Given what we know about the Strib’s polling methodology, these numbers can be assumed to be minimums.


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