Poll: Majority Of Illinois Voters Believe Burris Likely Committed Pay-To-Play Politics For Appointment

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A new Rasmussen poll finds that Sen. Roland Burris’ (D-IL) political standing in Illinois is bad — extremely, really, very bad — with a majority of voters believing he engaged in pay-to-play politics to win his appointment.

Among likely Illinois voters, only 13% say he should run for a full term in 2010, to 74% who say he should not. If he does run, only 6% say they’ll definitely vote for him, to 61% who say they’ll definitely vote against him.

This question is particularly bad for Burris: “To win his appointment to the United States Senate, how likely is it that Roland Burris was involved in unethical pay to play politics?” The numbers are 50% very likely, 27% somewhat likely, 9% not very likely, and 2% not at all likely.

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