Last week I talked about how playing with language is a sure sign that something isn’t working out.
“Being described as a progressive, on the other hand, is a positive for 22% of voters and a negative for 34%, with 41% seeing it in between,” Rasmussen said.
“But in the previous survey, voters were evenly divided, with 29% saying progressive was a positive description and 28% describing it as a negative.
“This marks a continuing downward trend for progressive which little over three years ago was slightly more popular than conservative.”
And remember they started saying “Progressive” because “liberal” wasn’t popular.
Let’s see, can’t say liberal, can’t say progressive, no wonder communist and socialist is coming back.