It’s one thing to be liked; it’s quite another to have people vote for you.
Elizabeth Warren may be facing this dilemma in her run for re-election in 2018. According to a new statewide WBUR pol, 51 percent of Massachusetts voters view her favorably – but only 44 percent think she deserves to keep her seat. (Topline, Crosstabs)
Charlie Baker, a republican governor in a blue state, does not have this issue. With a favorability rating of 59 percent, only 29 percent of respondents think it’s someone else’s turn.
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