Poll: Massachusetts Voters Don’t Want Schilling To Run For Senate

A new Rasmussen poll finds that Curt Schilling could have a tough time if he were to run in the special election in Massachusetts for Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat.

Only 26% of likely voters think Schilling should run, compared to 53% who say he should not. Only 34% of voters say it is either somewhat or very likely that they would vote him, compared to 54% who say it is not very or not at all likely. Only 25% said Schilling is qualified to serve in the Senate, while 46% say he is not.

Schilling is thinking of getting into the race, running as a Republican in this very Democratic state. Clearly, he would have a tough hill to climb.

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