Polling Updates from Politicalwire 9/30/14…Hagan, Sheehan, Ernst lead in Senate races…Walker losing in Governor race….

Hagan Still Up in North Carolina

A new Civitas poll in North Carolina finds Sen. Kay Hagan (D) leading challenger Thom Tillis (R) in the U.S. Senate race, 46% to 41%, when leaners are allocated to each candidate.

Shaheen Leads by Double-Digits in New Hampshire

A new American Research Group poll in New Hampshire finds Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D) leads challenger Scott Brown (R) in the U.S. Senate race, 53% to 43%.

Ernst Ahead in Iowa

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Iowa finds Joni Ernst (R) slightly ahead of Bruce Braley (D) in the U.S. Senate race, 44% to 42%.

Key finding: “Even though the horse race numbers haven’t changed much, this is the first time we’ve found Ernst with a better net favorability rating than Braley.”

Burke Leads Walker in Wisconsin

A new Gravis Marketing survey in Wisconsin finds Mary Burke (D) leading Gov. Scott Walker (R) in the race for governor by five points, 50% to 45%.

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13 thoughts on “Polling Updates from Politicalwire 9/30/14…Hagan, Sheehan, Ernst lead in Senate races…Walker losing in Governor race….”

  1. Burke isn’t ahead in Wisconsin…it’s a Gravis Poll…those should be dissed right from the Get-Go.

    Democrats are in Trouble in the Senate. In Iowa the last 2 Polls have Ernst ahead. NC is gone for the Democrats.

  2. Yeah right, and un-skewing the polls worked so well in 2012.

    BTW, didn’t you recently make a front-page claim that NC was almost a guaranteed Democratic hold, or something along those lines?

  3. the latest nc poll has hagan up …in fact she has been up in just about EVERY polling the last month…

    i think she’ll win….

    coakley will most likely win also….

    and again?

    i’m looking at a landrieu win and probable runoff win also…

  4. New Marquette Law School Poll has Walker up 50-45 over Burke among Likely Voters. So much for Gravis. Marquette nailed the WI Runoff in 2012 as well as the Presidential & Senate Race in 2012.

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