At the bottom of USA Today’s report on the Gallup poll of adults (not likely voters):
Republicans have opened a big enthusiasm gap: 64% say they are more enthusiastic than usual about voting, compared to 48% of Democrats. In general, though, the results show an electorate that is less excited and less engaged than in recent presidential elections.
QUESTION for this USA Today reporter, Susan Page: If — “in general,” the electorate is “less excited and engaged” but Republicans are 64% MORE ENTHUSIASTIC, what does that mean? Huh? Well, I’m pretty sure that it does not mean that Republicans are less excited and engaged. Right Susan Page?
For evidence of GOP “excitement and engagement,” check out this video from The Other McCain::