Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Bobby Jindal and Rick Santorum were the most frequent visitors by far to Iowa, according to data compiled in National Journal‘s Travel Tracker. Jindal logged 33 days in the state, which accounted for two-thirds of his total campaign travel that period, compared to 25 days for Santorum, who recently completed a tour of all of the state’s 99 counties. However, both candidates remain stuck in the low single-digits in surveys of Iowa Republicans, and are once again on track to be relegated to the second-tier GOP debate next week.
Friday, September 11, 2015
The more they see, the less voters like
National Journal finds an inverse relationship between time spent in early Trumparty states and results in the polls: