A new poll throws some water on the idea that Rep. Mike Castle (R-Del.) hurt his Senate prospects with his vote against the health care bill.
What’s more, while Susquehanna speculated about the health care vote hurting Castle, the Democratic-leaning firm PPP actually tested the question. Turns out, more Delaware voters say they are opposed to the health care plan (46 percent) than support it (43 percent).
The poll, combined with Delaware Gov. Jack Markell’s (D) comments this week, will give the GOP plenty of ammo to suggest that health care isn’t even a winner in a 62 percent Obama