Health Care Vote Puts Incumbent 93 Points Down
If Jesus Christ returned from Heaven and challenged Ben Nelson for the Senate job, a new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey shows Christ would get 95% of the vote while Nelson would get just 2%. One percent of all voters would prefer a third-party option. Nelson was reelected to a second Senate term in 2006 with 64% of the vote.
When survey respondents were asked how they would vote if Nelson blocks health care reform, 93% still pick Jesus while 4% would vote to keep the incumbent in office.
Overall, 97% of Nebraska voters have a favorable opinion of Jesus while 1% have an unfavorable view. Those figures include 96% with a Very Favorable opinion.