Democratic Party Chairman David Parker will step aside next month after a sex scandal that rocked the state party -- but he resisted calls for his immediate resignation.
In defending his decision not to step down, Parker recently said: "Most of my fellow Democrats are asking me to stay on and fight this ..." But most Democratic primary voters actually think otherwise. A plurality -- 45 percent -- think he should have resigned. Only 19 percent think he should remain atop the party. Another 36 percent are undecided, according to the new Public Policy Polling survey.