Alice Cooper faces uphill political battle

While the Blogland would vote for Alice Cooper, it doesn't seem likely that he'd run for office. However, when pollsters have a slow news day, we guess this is the kind of question they'll ask voters:


Shock-rocker Alice Cooper is viewed favorably by 20% of Americans and unfavorably by 26%. His ratings are roughly the same between Republicans and Democrats. However, when Cooper is identified as a Republican, his numbers shift to 27% favorable and 45% unfavorable. GOP voters are evenly split between favorable and unfavorable views. Sixty percent (60%) of Democrats offer an unfavorable opinion of the Republican rock star, while only 22% retain a favorable opinion of him.


If he decides to stop partying and get off the rock circuit, we suspect he'll have an uphill battle, even in a red state or district.

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