Which raises the questions—is it enough to reform a body that has been unfavorably compared to the House of Lords?
The bad news is that Romney is still underwater, meaning that more voters continue to see him unfavorably than favorably.
Forty-nine percent of voters now view Romney unfavorably, while 40 percent view him in a favorable light.
Critics compared it unfavorably with Fargo, for which the Coens had won an Oscar the year before.
By comparing the Republicans, unfavorably, to his two children, he was dismissing their concerns as childish and unserious.
Now, the death of Richard Shields affected Maitland's purposes both favorably and unfavorably.
I heard him praise my horse and compare him not unfavorably with his own which he had lost that morning'.
Every change in the great offices of state affected Juda, at times favorably, but more often unfavorably.
The crisis of his life was passed, and unfavorably for his hopes and aims.
Criticise, favorably or unfavorably, the descriptions of any travel talk you may have heard recently.
"We must not indulge in unfavorable views of mankind, since by doing it we make bad men believe that they are no worse than others, and we teach the good that they are good in vain." [Walter Savage Landor, "Imaginary Conversations"]