More than 58 percent of 600 likely Louisiana voters polled in April 2014 rated Senator Mary Landrieu's job performance as either "not so good" or "poor".
The poll, conducted by Southern Media and Opinion Research continues to show Landrieu losing approval in the last 16 months.
Pollster Bernie Pinsonat says Landrieu's approval ratings have hit an all-time low of 39-percent."It's now very negative.  And, of course, when you're not popular and you're losing your popularity and people don't like your job performance it translates into having a tough re-election.  And this poll shows if the election were held today, she would be in really serious trouble."

Pinsonat suggests that her seniority and power may work against her. "That's not helping her.  Being Chairman of Energy didn't even faze the voters.  It was overwhelming, in the 50s, that they'd rather have someone new rather than re-elect her with all her seniority and all her power".