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Daniel…..Polling Summary for Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Hello Folks!

Here is my Polling Summary for today:

Wisconsin Senate:

Feingold (D)  46 %  ,  Johnson (R)  44 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Feingold (D)  47 %  ,  Wall (R)  41 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Feingold (D)  47 %  ,  Westlake (R)  38 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Wisconsin Governor:

Walker (R)  48 %  ,  Barrett (D)  41 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Neumann (R)  42 %  ,  Barrett (D)  40 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

New Mexico Governor:

Denish (D)  43 %  ,  Martinez (R)  42 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Denish (D)  45 %  ,  Weh (R)  39 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Denish (D)  45 %  ,  Arnold-Jones (R)  31 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Denish (D)  47 %  ,  Doug Turner (R)  31 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Denish (D)  47 %  ,  Domenici Jr. (R)  30 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Alabama Senate:

Shelby (R)  58 %  ,  Barnes (D)  31 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Connecticut Senate:  Blumenthal (D)  56 %  ,  McMahon (R)  31 %  (Quinnipiac University)
Blumenthal (D)  55 %  ,  Simmons (R)  28 %  (Quinnipiac University)
Blumenthal (D)  59 %  ,  Schiff (R)  25 %  (Quinnipiac University)

CT-SEN GOP Primary:

McMahon  49 %  ,  Simmons  23 %  ,  Schiff  11 %  (Quinnipiac University)

CT-GOV DEM Primary:

Lamont  41 %  ,  Malloy  24 %  (Quinnipiac University)

CT-GOV GOP Primary:

Foley  37 %  ,  Fedele  11 %  ,  Griebel  5 %  (Quinnipiac University)

South Carolina Senate:

DeMint (R)  49 %  ,  Rawl (D)  30 %  (Public Policy Polling Survey)

California Governor:

Brown (D)  48 %  ,  Whitman (R)  36 %  (Public Policy Polling Survey)
Brown (D)  48 %  ,  Poizner (R)  32 %  (Public Policy Polling Survey)

AR-SEN DEM Run-Off:

Halter  47 %  ,  Lincoln  44 %  (Research 2000 / Daily Kos)

Arkansas Senate:

Boozman (R)  58 %  ,  Lincoln (D)  38 %  (Research 2000 / Daily Kos)
Boozman (R)  53 %  ,  Halter (D)  42 %  (Research 2000 / Daily Kos)

Note: The Arkansas Poll just in case you missed it is already posted on a seperate Post at “The Dog”

Kentucky Senate:  Paul (R)  44 %  ,  Conway (D)  41 %  (Research 2000 / Daily Kos)

Daniel G.

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May 27, 2010 - Posted by | Blogs, Breaking News, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, Politics, Polls, Updates, Women | ,

8 Comments »

  1. Congrats daniel for FINALLY getting one ogf your top tier gop candidate rossi to run against murray in wash state. he will lose anyway. but so much for blumental being hurt by his vietnam “claim”. love his poll numbers plus my dem primary fav led lamont leading malloy for governor. LET THE DEMS LIKE MYSELF DECIDE OUR NOMINEE IN THE PRIMARY NOT PARTY BOSSES!

    Comment by Terry Green | May 27, 2010 | Reply

    • He says you and him will never be friends……

      Comment by jamesb101 | May 27, 2010 | Reply

    • You guys have a shot at taking back Connecticut after a 20-year drought, especially ending 16 years of GOP rule in Hartford.

      Comment by Conservative Democrat | May 28, 2010 | Reply

      • yes conserv dem. i was a few years removed from high school the last dem(bill o’niell,1990, elected in 1982-86) to hold the gov’s chair in connecticut. a long damn time. thats why the dems are so favored whoever the gopers nominate.

        Comment by Terry Green | May 29, 2010

  2. i never ask to be his friend james.lol.

    Comment by Terry Green | May 28, 2010 | Reply

    • I hear that…

      I just like people to get along…

      It’s my nature

      Comment by jamesb101 | May 28, 2010 | Reply

  3. Terry, Brown has double-digit leads over Whitman and Poizner in CA, and it’s looking LIKELY that Jerry is going back to the California Governor’s Mansion at Sacramento come January 3, 2011.

    Comment by Conservative Democrat | May 28, 2010 | Reply

  4. Yep…..

    Comment by jamesb101 | May 28, 2010 | Reply


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