And it’s not even implausible.
It's not the most likely outcome, but I agree w/ @ForecasterEnten: Jindal still has a real shot to win Iowa. http://t.co/gUxcWwgFk6
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) September 28, 2015
Which is not to say that it’s likely, either. Basically, it comes down to how much favorability ratings matter in the Iowa race: Bobby Jindal is well-liked in that state, and if Ben Carson and/or Carly Fiorina don’t catch fire with Iowa caucus-goers then Jindal stands a chance of getting an upset win, or at least a second-place finish. …And there are at least three assumptions in that sentence. Possibly five. So, it’s a possibility, but don’t bet anything that you can’t bear to lose on the outcome either way.
8 thoughts on “Tweet of the Day, Jindal Could In Fact Win Iowa edition.”
This would make me a happy man. I holding out hope for Jindal/Rubio ticket.
Jindal is my last hope for a Governor (the other remaining ones are useless).
If he keeps being held out of the debates, he won’t make it to Iowa .
I’m .. not sure of that.
So far, the debates seem to have mostly been the Trump clown show (no offense to clowns) .. being involved hasn’t seemed to boost anyone, but it has blown a couple out of the water…
Is organization still important in the Iowa caucuses? Because I picture gameplanning as an advantage to Jindal, if he has the people to execute it.
*fingers crossed* Jindal’s my guy now with Walker bowing out. Jindal/Walker or Jindal/Fiorina would be great
I’d love to see it, but I won’t hold my breath.
Impossible no, improbable yes.
Jindal is the last of the first round draft picks (to use a sports analogy) of the governors.
My #1 out of the 3 but Bobby has floundered in the minors lately.
If he wins Iowa, then what?
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