Talk about quickly petering out. Mere hours after he prematurely pumped his candidacy for Mayor of New York, a new poll comes out showing the pathetic Anthony Weiner is now even less popular than a month ago.
On the same day that he took the plunge into the mayor’s race, voters told Anthony Weiner he’s not cutting the mustard with them.
The timing was coincidental, but a Quinnipiac University poll was released this morning just hours after Weiner ended months of speculation by declaring his candidacy via video.
The poll showed the frisky former Congressman has less support today than he did last month, before the launch of an orchestrated campaign to rehabilitate his image as a serial tweeter with a lewd bent.
On the question of should he or shouldn’t he run, the answer came back 49 percent no and 38 percent yes.
That means Weiner’s task in convincing voters the sexting scandal is behind him is tougher today than it was last month.
In the previous Q poll released April 19, the split was a more sympathetic 44 percent against and 41 percent in favor of Weiner’s candidacy.
This about sums things up for Weiner: