A new Minnesota Public Radio poll shows Republican Sen. Norm Coleman would handilyIt just depends on how you look at things.
defeatbe defeated by DFLers Mike Ciresi or Al Franken if the election were held today. That may sound like good news for Coleman, but the election is a year and a half away and the poll also shows some troubling signs for the incumbent...
...Matched up again Franken, Coleman would
winlose 54 to 32 percent. Against Ciresi, he would winlose 52 to 29 percent.
While Coleman is struggling with popularity, his negative ratings are well
belowabove those of Al Franken. According to the poll, nearly 8 of 10 Minnesotans know who Franken is and, of them, nearly a third have an unfavorableextremely favorable opinion of him...
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