WSJ Poll gives Powell an “F”

FCC Chair Michael Powell announced his resignation yesterday, effective in March of this year. In addition to reporting on the event, the Journal ran a poll on the Chairman’s tenure:


Source:  WSJ Poll

Surprisingly, the typically conservative WSJ readers overwhelmingly gave the deregulator turned crusading moralist an "F." 39% of the over 1000 voters gave the Chairman a failing grade –twice as many who gave him an "A."   (My own vote is visible at bottom of graphic).

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