Minnesotans want Coleman to resign, survey shows

Andrew Mannix

Minnesotans have finally had enough of the Coleman-Franken experiment, according to Public Policy Polling survey results released today.
The survey found that 63 percent of Minnesota voters think it’s time Norm Coleman resigns from the prolonged Senate race. 
“That includes almost all of Franken and Dean Barkley’s supporters, as well as a third of respondents who voted for Coleman in the fall,” the survey says.
The survey also found that 59 percent of Minnesota voters think Gov. Tim Pawlenty should declare Franken’s victory and seat him.