From Rasmussen Reports today see how many Tea Partiers are in Massachusetts - a liberal state.
A Rasmussen Reports Election Night survey finds that Massachusetts voters are evenly divided over the so-called Tea Party movement. Forty percent (40%) of those who voted in today's special election for the U.S. Senate have a favorable opinion of the Tea Party movement, while 41% regard it unfavorably.
Those figures include 23% with a Very Favorable opinion of the Tea Party movement and 29% with a Very Unfavorable opinion.
Most of those who earn between $60,000 and $100,000 a year have a favorable opinion of the movement.
Looking back, 51% of Massachusetts voters say the bank bailouts were a bad idea. Fifty-six percent (56%) also don't like the bailouts for the auto industry.Data released earlier in the evening showed that the health care issue was most important for voters in today’s election. Twenty-two percent (22%) of Democrats voted for the Republican candidate Scott Brown.