- Nixon has lost 15 points among females
- 17 points among blacks
- 15 points among the unemployed
- 20 points among Republicans
- 6 points among Democrats
- 5 points among Independents
- 27 points among Northern Missourians
- 8 points among Southwest Missourians
Note: The party affiliation break-down changed slightly from July to August. In July, 27% polled were Republicans compared to 30% in August.
ALSO: Of the 12 other Governor's polled, Nixon marks still ranks him higher than just two of his peers -- Alabama's Bob Riley (61%) and New Mexico's Bill Richardson (55%)
AND: Karen Dillon, the woman who broke the DNR story, ushers in September . . .
Even as a Missouri Senate committee investigates the monthlong delay of the report, Joe Bindbeutel told The Kansas City Star in an exclusive interview that the decision was his.
“It was a mistake,” said Bindbeutel, a former deputy director at the Department of Natural Resources.
But Bindbeutel’s version of events continues to raise questions about the role of Gov. Jay Nixon’s office in the controversy.
Her entire MUST-READ investigative piece is HERE.