A new Quinnipiac poll released today shows that only 38 percent of Connecticut citizens approve of Sen. Joe Lieberman’s (I-CT) performance, with 54 percent — and 75 percent of Democrats — disapproving. (By comparison, in July 45 percent approved and 43 disapproved.) Thirty percent of the people who voted for Lieberman in 2006 say they would vote for someone else if they could do it again today, including 59 percent of Democrats. Another poll from last month showed that 48 percent of likely Connecticut voters want to replace Lieberman.
30 percent of CT voters who voted for Lieberman want a do-over.