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Polling Numbers for Feb. 26, 2016….Al, Va, Mass, Fla, Ga,Ill, and SC….

It’s ALL Trump and Clinton….

Alabama Republican Presidential Primary

Opinion Savvy

Trump 36, Rubio 23, Cruz 16, Carson 11, Kasich 8 Trump +13

Virginia Republican Presidential Primary

Roanoke College

Trump 38, Rubio 13, Cruz 15, Kasich 8, Carson 8 Trump +23

Virginia Democratic Presidential Primary

Roanoke College Clinton 50, Sanders 33 Clinton +17

Massachusetts Republican Presidential Primary

WBUR/MassINC

Trump 40, Rubio 19, Kasich 19, Cruz 10, Carson 5 Trump +21

Massachusetts Democratic Presidential Primary

WBUR/MassINC

Sanders 44, Clinton 49 Clinton +5

Florida Republican Presidential Primary

PPP (D)

Trump 45, Rubio 25, Cruz 10, Bush, Carson 5, Kasich 8 Trump +20

Florida Democratic Presidential Primary

PPP (D)

Clinton 57, Sanders 32 Clinton +25

Florida Democratic Presidential Primary

Quinnipiac

Clinton 59, Sanders 33 Clinton +26

Georgia Democratic Presidential Primary

WSB-TV/Landmark

Clinton 68, Sanders 22 Clinton +46

Michigan Republican Presidential Primary

Target Insyght

Trump 41, Rubio 17, Cruz 14, Kasich 12, Carson 8 Trump +24

Illinois Republican Presidential Primary

WeAskAmerica

Trump 38, Rubio 21, Cruz 16, Kasich 9, Carson Trump +17

South Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary

Emerson

Clinton 60, Sanders 37 Clinton +23

South Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary

Clemson

Clinton 64, Sanders 14 Clinton +50

..for the details on these polls Real Clear Politics….

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Polling Update 2/25/16….Va, Ga, Fla, Tex, Mich, Wis and Pa…

Big story with the below polls?

Cruz will probabaly win his home state of Texas…

Clinton will win Texas….

Trump will come in ahead of Rubio in Florida unless Rubio’s perfornance tonight helps him a LOT in Florida…

And Sanders COULD squeak by in Wisconsin….

Breaking…..

A new WMUR poll is coming out tomorrow that will have Hillary leading Bernie Sanders 49 to 44…So Sanders will lose that one it appears ….

Virginia Republican Presidential Primary

Monmouth

Trump 41, Rubio 27, Cruz 14, Kasich 7, Carson 7 Trump +14

Virginia Democratic Presidential Primary

Monmouth

Clinton 60, Sanders 33 Clinton +27

Georgia Republican Presidential Primary

TEGNA/SurveyUSA

Trump 45, Rubio 19, Cruz 16, Carson 8, Kasich 6 Trump +26

Florida Republican Presidential Primary

Quinnipiac

Trump 44, Rubio 28, Cruz 12, Bush, Carson 4, Kasich 7 Trump +16

Texas Republican Presidential Primary

TEGNA/SurveyUSA

Cruz 32, Trump 32, Rubio 17, Kasich 6, Carson 5 Tie

Texas Democratic Presidential Primary

TEGNA/SurveyUSA

Clinton 61, Sanders 32 Clinton +29

Texas Republican Presidential Primary

Monmouth

Cruz 38, Trump 23, Rubio 21, Kasich 5, Carson 6 Cruz +15

Texas Democratic Presidential Primary

Monmouth

Clinton 64, Sanders 30 Clinton +34

Texas Republican Presidential Primary

Austin American-Statesman

Cruz 38, Trump 26, Rubio 13, Kasich 7, Carson 6 Cruz +12

Texas Democratic Presidential Primary

Austin American-Statesman

Clinton 66, Sanders 26 Clinton +40

Michigan Republican Presidential Primary

FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell

Trump 41, Rubio 19, Cruz 16, Kasich 11, Carson 7 Trump +22

Michigan Democratic Presidential Primary

FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell

Clinton 65, Sanders 31 Clinton +34

Wisconsin Republican Presidential Primary

Marquette

Trump 30, Rubio 20, Cruz 19, Kasich 8, Carson 8 Trump +10

Wisconsin Democratic Presidential Primary

Marquette

Clinton 43, Sanders 44 Sanders +1

Pennsylvania Republican Presidential Primary

Franklin & Marshall

Trump 21, Rubio 18, Cruz 16, Kasich 16, Carson 5 Trump +3

Pennsylvania Democratic Presidential Primary

Franklin & Marshall

Clinton 51, Sanders 29 Clinton +22

…for details on these polls …Real Clear Politics

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New CBS NEWS/NEW YORK TIMES/QUINNIPIAC Battleground Surveys in VA, WI and CO…Daniel

Morning People!

CBS NEWS in conjunction with the NEW YORK TIMES and Quinnipiac University has released a bunch of Battleground State Surveys in Virginia, Wisconsin and Colorado showing President Obama in good shape. The Senate Race in Wisconsin is TIED with Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin (D) and former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson (R) each drawing 47 % of Voters. In the Senate Race in Virginia former DNC Chairman Timothy M. Kaine (D) holds a 7-Point lead over former Senator George Allen (R).

CBS/NEW YORK TIMES/QUINNIPIAC VIRGINIA BATTLEGROUND POLL

Presidential Race

General Election

Barack Obama (D) 50 %
Mitt Romney (R) 46 %
Someone else 1 %
Undecided 3 %

United States Senate Race

General Election

Timothy M. Kaine (D) 51 %
George Felix Allen (R) 44 %
Undecided 5 %
CBS/NEW YORK TIMES/QUINNIPIAC WISCONSIN BATTLEGROUND POLL

Presidential Race

General Election

Barack Obama (D) 51 %
Mitt Romney (R) 45 %
Someone else 1 %
Undecided 3 %

United States Senate Race

General Election

Tammy Baldwin (D) 47 %
Tommy Thompson (R) 47 %
Undecided 6 %
CBS/NEW YORK TIMES/QUINNIPIAC COLORADO BATTLEGROUND POLL

Presidential Race

General Election

Barack Obama (D) 48 %
Mitt Romney (R) 47 %
Someone else 2 %
Undecided 3 %
Digging Deeper into the Polls

In two of the three Polls the President has a positive Job Approval, Wisconsin (51-46) and Virginia (49-47). In Colorado it’s negative (47-50). What’s alarming for Mitt Romney is that President Obama has improved in all 3 States when it comes to the Economy. In Colorado Obama and Romney are TIED (47-48) and in the two other States the President is even slightly ahead. Wisconsin (49-46) and Virginia (49-47). President Obama is also generally more liked in these States than Mitt Romney.

Full Poll Link provided later.
Daniel G.

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Election*Projection…2012 Projections for SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI and Wyoming…

From the The Blogging Caesar at Election Projection…..

Wyoming 2012 Preview 
And so we reach the end of our “Tour of the 50 states.” We’ve arrived in Wyoming. Let’s start our final state preview. …
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Wisconsin 2012 Preview 
Our next to last stop in the “Tour of the 50 states” is Wisconsin, the home of the Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers. …
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West Virginia 2012 Preview 
I doubt it’s truly almost heaven, but I do know that West Virginia is the next stop on our “Tour of the 50 states.” …
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Washington 2012 Preview 
The Evergreen State of Washington is our first stop on the final leg of EP’s “Tour of the 50 states.” …
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Virginia 2012 Preview 
We’re getting close to closing out our “Tour of the 50 states” now. Just 5 more states to go. Up next is the Old Dominion, otherwise known as Virginia. …
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Friday, December 30, 2011
Vermont 2012 Preview 
From deep red to deep blue, our “Tour of the 50 states” moves from the Rockies to New England. Next up: the liberal bastion of Vermont. …
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Utah 2012 Preview 
The 3rd most conservative state, as measured by voting percentages in the 2008 presidential election, is our next stop on EP’s “Tour of the 50 states.” Welcome to the Rocky Mountain state of Utah. …
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Texas 2012 Preview 
Texas is on tap next on our “Tour of the 50 states.” And after the Lone Star state, there will be just 7 states to visit before the tour comes to an end. …
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Thursday, December 29, 2011
Tennessee 2012 Preview 
Tennessee is up next on our “Tour of the 50 states.” It’s Rocky Top time! …
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Wednesday, December 28, 2011
South Dakota 2012 Preview 
EP’s “Tour of the 50 states” heads north to another “south”ern state. Here’s a preview of South Dakota. …
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South Carolina 2012 Preview 
Let’s get another stop in today on our “Tour of the 50 states” and preview South Carolina. …
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Polls for Thursday, October 28, 2010…WA, CA, FL, OH, CT, RI, MN, ME, LA, OR, OH, MI, DE, PA, VA, HA, NY, NC, NJ, GA, Gen Congress

From Realclearpolitics….*

Thursday, October 28

Race Poll Results Spread
Washington Senate – Rossi vs. Murray Rasmussen Reports Murray 47, Rossi 48 Rossi +1
California Governor – Whitman vs. Brown Field Brown 49, Whitman 39 Brown +10
California Senate – Boxer vs. Fiorina Rasmussen Reports Boxer 49, Fiorina 46 Boxer +3
Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Meek vs. Crist Quinnipiac Rubio 42, Crist 35, Meek 15 Rubio +7
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink Mason-Dixon Scott 43, Sink 46 Sink +3
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink Rasmussen Reports Scott 48, Sink 45 Scott +3
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink Quinnipiac Scott 41, Sink 45 Sink +4
Ohio Governor – Kasich vs. Strickland Rasmussen Reports Kasich 48, Strickland 44 Kasich +4
Ohio Governor – Kasich vs. Strickland SurveyUSA Kasich 49, Strickland 44 Kasich +5
Connecticut Senate – McMahon vs. Blumenthal CT Capitol Report/MRG Blumenthal 52, McMahon 44 Blumenthal +8
Rhode Island Governor – Chafee vs. Caprio vs. Robitaille NBC 10/Quest Research Chafee 35, Caprio 25, Robitaille 28 Chafee +7
Minnesota Governor – Emmer vs. Dayton vs. Horner Minn. Public Radio Dayton 41, Emmer 29, Horner 11 Dayton +12
Maine Governor – LePage vs. Mitchell vs. Cutler Rasmussen Reports LePage 40, Mitchell 26, Cutler 26 LePage +14
Louisiana Senate – Vitter vs. Melancon WWL-TV/Clarus Research Vitter 50, Melancon 38 Vitter +12
Oregon Senate – Huffman vs. Wyden Rasmussen Reports Wyden 53, Huffman 42 Wyden +11
Ohio Senate – Portman vs. Fisher SurveyUSA Portman 52, Fisher 37 Portman +15
Michigan Governor – Snyder vs. Bernero Detroit News Snyder 53, Bernero 35 Snyder +18
Delaware Senate – O’Donnell vs. Coons Fairleigh Dickinson Coons 57, O’Donnell 36 Coons +21
Pennsylvania Senate – Sestak vs. Toomey Morning Call Tracking Toomey 48, Sestak 40 Toomey +8
Pennsylvania Governor – Corbett vs. Onorato Morning Call Tracking Corbett 52, Onorato 37 Corbett +15
Florida 25th District – Rivera vs. Garcia Sunshine State News/VSS Rivera 44, Garcia 43 Rivera +1
Pennsylvania 10th District – Marino vs. Carney Times Leader/Critical Insights Marino 47, Carney 38 Marino +9
Pennsylvania 11th District – Barletta vs. Kanjorski Times Leader/Critical Insights Kanjorski 47, Barletta 39 Kanjorski +8
Virginia 5th District – Hurt vs. Perriello SurveyUSA* Hurt 51, Perriello 43 Hurt +8
Hawaii 1st District – Djou vs. Hanabusa Aloha Vote/MRG Hanabusa 50, Djou 45 Hanabusa +5
Washington 3rd District – Herrera vs. Heck SurveyUSA Herrera 50, Heck 46 Herrera +4
New York 23rd District – Doheny vs. Owens Siena* Owens 40, Doheny 37 Owens +3
North Carolina 2nd District – Ellmers vs. Etheridge SurveyUSA Ellmers 46, Etheridge 41 Ellmers +5
New Jersey 12th District – Sipprelle vs. Holt Monmouth University Holt 51, Sipprelle 43 Holt +8
Georgia 8th District – Scott vs. Marshall Landmark (R) Scott 53, Marshall 39 Scott +14
Minnesota 1st District – Demmer vs. Walz SurveyUSA Walz 50, Demmer 41 Walz +9
Connecticut 1st District – Brickley vs. Larson CT Capitol Report/MRG Larson 56, Brickley 38 Larson +18
Connecticut 2nd District – Peckinpaugh vs. Courtney CT Capitol Report/MRG Courtney 57, Peckinpaugh 38 Courtney +19
Generic Congressional Vote Bloomberg Republicans 47, Democrats 44 Republicans +3

*….Some improvements for Democrats here….Hanabusa in Hawaii leads …..Owens in NY-23 leads…..Sink in FL leads…..

And if you cuss the President in Rhode Island you give up your lead….He, he, he…..

Oh, yea……Gen Congress …the GOP down to a 3 point lead……

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Polls for Monday, October 25, 2010…..IL, CO, GA, CT, FL, WV, PA, MD, IN, HA, AZ, LA, SC, MA, VA, OR, Gen Congress

From Realclearpolitics…..

Monday, October 25
Race Poll Results Spread
Illinois Senate – Giannoulias vs. Kirk Chicago Tribune Kirk 44, Giannoulias 41 Kirk +3
Colorado Senate – Buck vs. Bennet PPP (D) Buck 47, Bennet 47 Tie
Colorado Governor – Maes vs. Hickenlooper vs. Tancredo PPP (D) Hickenlooper 47, Tancredo 44, Maes 5 Hickenlooper +3
Georgia Governor – Deal vs. Barnes Rasmussen Reports Deal 49, Barnes 39 Deal +10
Georgia Governor – Deal vs. Barnes SurveyUSA Deal 49, Barnes 39 Deal +10
Connecticut Senate – McMahon vs. Blumenthal Rasmussen Reports Blumenthal 56, McMahon 43 Blumenthal +13
Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Meek vs. Crist TCPalm.com/Zogby Rubio 40, Crist 33, Meek 18 Rubio +7
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink TCPalm.com/Zogby Scott 39, Sink 43 Sink +4
West Virginia Senate Special Election – Raese vs. Manchin PPP (D) Manchin 50, Raese 44 Manchin +6
Pennsylvania Senate – Sestak vs. Toomey Morning Call Tracking Toomey 47, Sestak 42 Toomey +5
Pennsylvania Governor – Corbett vs. Onorato Morning Call Tracking Corbett 49, Onorato 41 Corbett +8
Maryland Governor – Ehrlich vs. O’Malley Washington Post O’Malley 54, Ehrlich 40 O’Malley +14
Maryland Governor – Ehrlich vs. O’Malley Rasmussen Reports O’Malley 52, Ehrlich 42 O’Malley +10
Indiana Senate – Coats vs. Ellsworth WISH-TV/EPIC-MRA Coats 53, Ellsworth 35 Coats +18
Hawaii Governor – Aiona vs. Abercrombie Honolulu Star-Advertiser Abercrombie 51, Aiona 43 Abercrombie +8
Arizona Governor – Brewer vs. Goddard Daily Kos/PPP (D) Brewer 52, Goddard 44 Brewer +8
Arizona Senate – McCain vs. Glassman Daily Kos/PPP (D) McCain 56, Glassman 38 McCain +18
Louisiana Senate – Vitter vs. Melancon Magellan Strategies (R) Vitter 52, Melancon 35 Vitter +17
Georgia Senate – Isakson vs. Thurmond SurveyUSA Isakson 58, Thurmond 34 Isakson +24
South Carolina Senate – DeMint vs. Greene Rasmussen Reports DeMint 58, Greene 21 DeMint +37
Massachusetts 4th District – Bielat vs. Frank Boston Globe/UNH Frank 46, Bielat 33 Frank +13
Massachusetts 10th District – Perry vs. Keating Boston Globe/UNH Keating 37, Perry 33 Keating +4
Virginia 2nd District – Rigell vs. Nye Virginian-Pilot/CNU Rigell 42, Nye 41 Rigell +1
Hawaii 1st District – Djou vs. Hanabusa Honolulu Star-Advertiser Djou 48, Hanabusa 45 Djou +3
Michigan 1st District – Benishek vs. McDowell EPIC-MRA Benishek 42, McDowell 40 Benishek +2
Oregon 5th District – Bruun vs. Schrader The Oregonian/Elway Schrader 50, Bruun 38 Schrader +12
Oregon 1st District – Cornilles vs. Wu The Oregonian/Elway Wu 51, Cornilles 38 Wu +13
Generic Congressional Vote Gallup (LV Lower Turnout)* Republicans 55, Democrats 41 Republicans +14
Generic Congressional Vote Gallup (LV Higher Turnout)* Republicans 52, Democrats 43 Republicans +9
Generic Congressional Vote Politico/GWU/Battleground Republicans 47, Democrats 42 Republicans +5
Generic Congressional Vote Rasmussen Reports Republicans 49, Democrats 40 Republicans +9
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Polls for Monday, October 18, 2010…..NV, WA, NH, NY, MA, UT, VA, AZ, Gen Congress

From Realclearpolitics…..

Race Poll Results Spread
Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid Rasmussen Reports Angle 50, Reid 47 Angle +3
Washington Senate – Rossi vs. Murray Rasmussen Reports Murray 49, Rossi 46 Murray +3
New Hampshire Governor – Stephen vs. Lynch WMUR/UNH Lynch 51, Stephen 38 Lynch +13
New York Governor – Paladino vs. Cuomo New York Times Cuomo 59, Paladino 24 Cuomo +35
Massachusetts Governor – Baker vs. Patrick vs. Cahill Rasmussen Reports Patrick 47, Baker 42, Cahill 6 Patrick +5
Utah Senate – Lee vs. Granato Deseret News Lee 53, Granato 31 Lee +22
Utah Governor Special Election – Herbert vs. Corroon Deseret News Herbert 58, Corroon 33 Herbert +25
Virginia 5th District – Hurt vs. Perriello Roanoke College Hurt 46, Perriello 40 Hurt +6
Arizona 3rd District – Quayle vs. Hulburd Daily Kos/PPP (D) Hulburd 46, Quayle 44 Hulburd +2
Generic Congressional Vote Gallup (LV Lower Turnout)* Republicans 56, Democrats 39 Republicans +17
Generic Congressional Vote Gallup (LV Higher Turnout)* Republicans 53, Democrats 42 Republicans +11
Generic Congressional Vote Rasmussen Reports Republicans 48, Democrats 39 Republicans +9
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Polling for Wednesday, October 13th, 2010…WA, WI, FL, NV, WV, IL, OH, RI, ME, DE, SC, NC, OK, PA, AK, HI, NH, MI, VA, NY, NJ, Gen Congress

From Realclearpolitics…..

Good pols on ahold for Democrats with Reid, Muarry, Caprio (I like Chaffee in RI) , and Owens in the NY23 ahead….

Not good in Hawaii’s 1st District for Hanabusa….The WV poll from CNN is tied and of course Ras has Rease ahead….

In Illinois the race is tied which means Kirk is holding..but this IS Democratic  territory….I expect Alexi to pull it out…

Wednesday, October 13
Race (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Washington Senate – Rossi vs. Murray CNN/Time Murray 51, Rossi 43 Murray +8
Wisconsin Senate – Feingold vs. Johnson CNN/Time Johnson 52, Feingold 44 Johnson +8
Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Meek vs. Crist Quinnipiac Rubio 44, Crist 30, Meek 22 Rubio +14
Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Meek vs. Crist Sunshine State News/VSS Rubio 45, Crist 29, Meek 22 Rubio +16
Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid Suffolk University Reid 46, Angle 43 Reid +3
West Virginia Senate Special Election – Raese vs. Manchin CNN/Time Raese 44, Manchin 44 Tie
West Virginia Senate Special Election – Raese vs. Manchin Rasmussen Reports Raese 49, Manchin 46 Raese +3
Illinois Senate – Giannoulias vs. Kirk The Simon Poll/SIU Giannoulias 37, Kirk 37 Tie
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink PPP (D) Sink 46, Scott 41 Sink +5
Ohio Governor – Kasich vs. Strickland Rasmussen Reports Kasich 48, Strickland 45 Kasich +3
Rhode Island Governor – Chafee vs. Caprio vs. Robitaille NBC 10/Quest Research Caprio 37, Chafee 33, Robitaille 22 Caprio +4
Maine Governor – LePage vs. Mitchell vs. Cutler Rasmussen Reports LePage 35, Mitchell 32, Cutler 21 LePage +3
Illinois Governor – Brady vs. Quinn The Simon Poll/SIU Brady 38, Quinn 30 Brady +8
Wisconsin Governor – Walker vs. Barrett CNN/Time Walker 52, Barrett 44 Walker +8
Wisconsin Governor – Walker vs. Barrett Rasmussen Reports Walker 51, Barrett 42 Walker +9
Delaware Senate – O’Donnell vs. Coons CNN/Time Coons 57, O’Donnell 38 Coons +19
Delaware Senate – O’Donnell vs. Coons SurveyUSA Coons 54, O’Donnell 33 Coons +21
South Carolina Governor – Haley vs. Sheheen Winthrop Haley 46, Sheheen 37 Haley +9
Ohio Senate – Portman vs. Fisher Rasmussen Reports Portman 57, Fisher 34 Portman +23
Washington Senate – Rossi vs. Murray Elway Poll Murray 55, Rossi 40 Murray +15
North Carolina Senate – Burr vs. Marshall Rasmussen Reports Burr 52, Marshall 38 Burr +14
Nevada Governor – Sandoval vs. Reid Suffolk University Sandoval 50, Reid 39 Sandoval +11
Oklahoma Governor – Fallin vs. Askins Sooner Poll Fallin 54, Askins 38 Fallin +16
South Carolina Senate – DeMint vs. Greene Winthrop DeMint 58, Greene 11 DeMint +47
Pennsylvania 11th District – Barletta vs. Kanjorski Franklin & Marshall Barletta 47, Kanjorski 40 Barletta +7
Arkansas 1st District – Crawford vs. Causey The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Crawford 46, Causey 34 Crawford +12
Illinois 10th District – Dold vs. Seals The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Seals 49, Dold 37 Seals +12
West Virginia 1st District – McKinley vs. Oliverio The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Oliverio 42, McKinley 39 Oliverio +3
Hawaii 1st District – Djou vs. Hanabusa The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Djou 45, Hanabusa 41 Djou +4
New Hampshire 2nd District – Bass vs. Kuster The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Bass 45, Kuster 42 Bass +3
Pennsylvania 7th District – Meehan vs. Lentz The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Meehan 40, Lentz 39 Meehan +1
Michigan 1st District – Benishek vs. McDowell The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Benishek 42, McDowell 39 Benishek +3
Tennessee 8th District – Fincher vs. Herron The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Fincher 47, Herron 37 Fincher +10
Washington 3rd District – Herrera vs. Heck The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Herrera 42, Heck 40 Herrera +2
Wisconsin 7th District – Duffy vs. Lassa The Hill/Penn, Schoen & Berland (D) Duffy 44, Lassa 35 Duffy +9
Virginia 5th District – Hurt vs. Perriello SurveyUSA* Hurt 52, Perriello 41 Hurt +11
New York 23rd District – Doheny vs. Owens Siena Owens 44, Doheny 39 Owens +5
New York 19th District – Hayworth vs. Hall Siena Hayworth 46, Hall 43 Hayworth +3
New York 1st District – Altschuler vs. Bishop Siena Bishop 51, Altschuler 39 Bishop +12
New Jersey 12th District – Sipprelle vs. Holt Monmouth University Holt 51, Sipprelle 46 Holt +5
Generic Congressional Vote Reuters/Ipsos Republicans 48, Democrats 44 Republicans +4


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Polling for Thursday, September 30th, 2010….WA, CA, WI, KY, FL, MA, NH, NV, NJ, VA, Gen Congress

From Realclearpolitics

Thursday, September 30
Race (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Washington Senate – Rossi vs. Murray Rasmussen Reports Murray 47, Rossi 48 Rossi +1
California Senate – Boxer vs. Fiorina PPIC Boxer 42, Fiorina 35 Boxer +7
California Governor – Whitman vs. Brown PPIC Brown 37, Whitman 38 Whitman +1
Wisconsin Senate – Feingold vs. Johnson Rasmussen Reports Johnson 54, Feingold 42 Johnson +12
New York Governor – Paladino vs. Cuomo Marist Cuomo 53, Paladino 38 Cuomo +15
Kentucky Senate – Paul vs. Conway Rasmussen Reports Paul 49, Conway 38 Paul +11
Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Meek vs. Crist Quinnipiac Rubio 46, Crist 33, Meek 18 Rubio +13
Massachusetts Governor – Baker vs. Patrick vs. Cahill Rasmussen Reports Patrick 47, Baker 42, Cahill 6 Patrick +5
New Hampshire Senate – Ayotte vs. Hodes WMUR/UNH Ayotte 50, Hodes 35 Ayotte +15
Illinois Governor – Brady vs. Quinn PPP (D) Brady 42, Quinn 35 Brady +7
Nevada Governor – Sandoval vs. Reid Rasmussen Reports Sandoval 53, Reid 40 Sandoval +13
New Jersey 3rd District – Runyan vs. Adler Monmouth/Gannett Adler 42, Runyan 39 Adler +3
Virginia 9th District – Griffith vs. Boucher SurveyUSA Boucher 53, Griffith 38 Boucher +15
Generic Congressional Vote FOX News Republicans 44, Democrats 38 Republicans +6
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Polls for Wednesday, September 29th, 2010…..(incudes the CNN Polls )…NV, IL, OH, CA, MD, FL, PA, MN, ME, CO, NC, CT, IA, AL, NJ, VA

From Realclearpolitics.….

Wednesday, September 29
Race Poll Results Spread
Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid Rasmussen Reports Reid 48, Angle 47 Reid +1
Illinois Senate – Giannoulias vs. Kirk PPP (D) Kirk 40, Giannoulias 36 Kirk +4
Illinois Senate – Giannoulias vs. Kirk CNN/Time Kirk 42, Giannoulias 43 Giannoulias +1
Illinois Governor – Brady vs. Quinn CNN/Time Brady 40, Quinn 38 Brady +2
Ohio Governor – Kasich vs. Strickland Rasmussen Reports Kasich 50, Strickland 42 Kasich +8
Ohio Senate – Portman vs. Fisher Rasmussen Reports Portman 51, Fisher 42 Portman +9
California Governor – Whitman vs. Brown CNN/Time Brown 52, Whitman 43 Brown +9
California Senate – Boxer vs. Fiorina CNN/Time Boxer 52, Fiorina 43 Boxer +9
Maryland Governor – Ehrlich vs. O’Malley Washington Post O’Malley 52, Ehrlich 41 O’Malley +11
Alaska Senate – Miller vs. McAdams vs. Murkowski CNN/Time Miller 38, Murkowski 36, McAdams 22 Miller +2
Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Meek vs. Crist CNN/Time Rubio 42, Crist 31, Meek 23 Rubio +11
Florida Senate – Rubio vs. Meek vs. Crist Rasmussen Reports Rubio 41, Crist 30, Meek 21 Rubio +11
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink CNN/Time Scott 47, Sink 45 Scott +2
Pennsylvania Senate – Sestak vs. Toomey Franklin & Marshall Toomey 38, Sestak 29 Toomey +9
Pennsylvania Senate – Sestak vs. Toomey Susquehanna Toomey 45, Sestak 42 Toomey +3
Pennsylvania Governor – Corbett vs. Onorato Franklin & Marshall Corbett 36, Onorato 32 Corbett +4
Minnesota Governor – Emmer vs. Dayton vs. Horner Minn. Public Radio Dayton 38, Emmer 27, Horner 16 Dayton +11
New Mexico Governor – Martinez vs. Denish Daily Kos/PPP (D) Martinez 50, Denish 42 Martinez +8
Maine Governor – LePage vs. Mitchell vs. Cutler Critical Insights LePage 29, Mitchell 30, Cutler 9 Mitchell +1
Colorado Senate – Buck vs. Bennet Rasmussen Reports Buck 51, Bennet 43 Buck +8
North Carolina Senate – Burr vs. Marshall PPP (D) Burr 49, Marshall 36 Burr +13
Connecticut Governor – Foley vs. Malloy Quinnipiac Malloy 45, Foley 42 Malloy +3
Iowa Senate – Grassley vs. Conlin Rasmussen Reports Grassley 55, Conlin 37 Grassley +18
Alaska Governor – Parnell vs. Berkowitz CNN/Time Parnell 57, Berkowitz 38 Parnell +19
Florida 8th District – Webster vs. Grayson Sunshine State News/VSS Webster 43, Grayson 36 Webster +7
North Carolina 7th District – Pantano vs. McIntyre SurveyUSA Pantano 46, McIntyre 45 Pantano +1
New Jersey 3rd District – Runyan vs. Adler Rutgers-Eagleton Adler 41, Runyan 39 Adler +2
Virginia 5th District – Hurt vs. Perriello SurveyUSA Hurt 58, Perriello 35 Hurt +23
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Polls for Friday , September 3rd, 2010 (there are a lot of them!)…..CA, NV, Gen Congress, KY, MA, NY, VA

From Realclearpolitics…..

Friday, September 03
Race (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
California Senate – Boxer vs. Fiorina SurveyUSA Boxer 46, Fiorina 48 Fiorina +2
California Governor – Whitman vs. Brown SurveyUSA Whitman 47, Brown 40 Whitman +7
Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid Rasmussen Reports Reid 50, Angle 47 Reid +3
Generic Congressional Vote FOX News Republicans 46, Democrats 37 Republicans +9
Illinois Senate – Giannoulias vs. Kirk Chicago Tribune Kirk 34, Giannoulias 34 Tie
Kentucky Senate – Paul vs. Conway CN|2/Braun Research Paul 42, Conway 37 Paul +5
Massachusetts Governor – Baker vs. Patrick vs. Cahill Rasmussen Reports Patrick 44, Baker 42, Cahill 8 Patrick +2
New Hampshire Senate – Republican Primary Magellan Strategies (R) Ayotte 34, Lamontagne 21, Binnie 17, Bender 13 Ayotte +13
New York Senate – DioGuardi vs. Gillibrand Rasmussen Reports Gillibrand 51, DioGuardi 31 Gillibrand +20
New York Senate – Malpass vs. Gillibrand Rasmussen Reports Gillibrand 53, Malpass 27 Gillibrand +26
New York Senate – Blakeman vs. Gillibrand Rasmussen Reports Gillibrand 51, Blakeman 32 Gillibrand +19
Kentucky 3rd District – Lally vs. Yarmuth SurveyUSA Yarmuth 47, Lally 45 Yarmuth +2
Virginia 9th District – Griffith vs. Boucher SurveyUSA Boucher 50, Griffith 40 Boucher +10
Generic Congressional Vote USA Today/Gallup Republicans 49, Democrats 43 Republicans +6
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Polls for Thursday, September 2nd, 2010……Wash, FL, NY, AL, VA…..

From Realclearpolitics…..

Thursday, September 02
Race Poll Results Spread
Washington Senate – Rossi vs. Murray Rasmussen Reports Rossi 50, Murray 47 Rossi +3
Ohio Senate – Portman vs. Fisher PPP (D) Portman 45, Fisher 38 Portman +7
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink Rasmussen Reports Sink 48, Scott 47 Sink +1
New York Governor – Republican Primary Quinnipiac Lazio 47, Paladino 35 Lazio +12
New York Senate – Republican Primary Quinnipiac DioGuardi 28, Malpass 12, Blakeman 10 DioGuardi +16
Alaska Governor – Parnell vs. Berkowitz Rasmussen Reports Parnell 53, Berkowitz 43 Parnell +10
Alaska Governor – Parnell vs. Berkowitz PPP (D) Parnell 55, Berkowitz 37 Parnell +18
Virginia 5th District – Hurt vs. Perriello SurveyUSA Hurt 61, Perriello 35 Hurt +26
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Election Day………

New Jersey Governors race……..

Virginis Governors race…………

Mayor of the City of New Yok…..

New York’s 23rd Congressional Dirtrict…..

 

New Jersey and the NY -23 seem to be close…..Deeds seems to be on the verge of losing in Va, and Bloomberg will probably win big in New York……

 

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