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Atlas Poll Remains Largely Unchanged

January 14, 2010

Since before the new year started, the readers of Atlas have expressed their personal hopes for the party in 2010.

With over 300 voters so far, the Atlas Poll has shown two major issues top our readers’ priorities for the Brooklyn GOP. This is largely unchanged

Our poll asked voters what should be the top priority of the Brooklyn GOp in 2010.

The choices given were:

1. Taking back the 13th Congressional District.

2. Outreach, Fundraising and Technological Advancement.

3. State level races, such as for the State Assembly.

4. Getting in touch with its lost base and reunifying the party.

So far, state level races (around 46%) and getting in touch with their lost base and reunifying the party (around 36%) are the top priorities that party should be pursuing.

The third highest on the list is outreach, fundraising and technological advancement (which carries 13% so far).

The least important priority given so far is the 13th Congressional race (a paltry 6%).

Without a clear nominee (Michael Allegretti, Mike Grimm, and, perhaps, Vito Fossella are running), it seems voters are staying away from this as an option, perhaps until the outcome appears more likely.

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We’ll have more on this and on future results of this poll next week!

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2 Comments
  1. Staten Island Republican permalink
    January 14, 2010 1:37 am

    When the Brooklyn GOP finally minds its own business and stays out of Staten Island GOP politics we will have a strong opponent to McMahon. Since Eaton, who obviously cannot keep his own house in order, decided to muck up this race with his “annointed” candidate Allegretti, McMahon will retain his seat. Thanks alot Craig. You blew it once again.

    BROOKLYN GET OUT OF STATEN ISLAND!!

  2. Mofo GOP permalink
    January 14, 2010 10:49 pm

    Top priority: PURGE THE BROOKLYN GOP OF ITS DISEASED LEADERSHIP!

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