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Daniel…….Polling Summary for Tuesday, 25th May, 2010

Hello Folks!

Here is my Polling Summary for today:

Georgia Senate:

Isakson (R)  57 %  ,  Thurmond (D)  30 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Arkansas Governor:
Beebe (D)  53 %  ,  Keet (R)  38 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Oregon Governor:

Dudley (R)  45 %  ,  Kitzhaber (D)  44 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Note:

When RAS polled this Race before the Primary and had both Candidates tied at 41 % I first thought this was a joke. Hell no folks, it isn’t. Athough I still seriously doubt Dudley is going to win this Poll bodes very well for Rossi in neighboring Washington State. Sounds like Democrats having real difficulties in their Western Base States.

SC-GOV GOP Primary:

Haley  39 %  ,  McMaster  18 %  ,  G. Barrett  16 %  ,  Bauer  13 %  (Public Policy Polling Survey)

SC-GOV DEM Primary:

Sheheen  36 %  ,  Rex  30 %  ,  Ford  11 %  (Public Policy Polling Survey)

CA-GOV GOP Primary:

Whitman  51 %  ,  Poizner  26 %  (Public Policy Polling Survey)

CA-SEN GOP Primary:

Fiorina  41 %  ,  Campbell  21 %  ,  DeVore  16 %  (Public Policy Polling Survey)

Note:

This morning I said SUSA seemed to be a little erratic on their California Survey. Well folks, maybe not. PPP finds similar Results to SUSA.

Daniel G.

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May 25, 2010 Posted by | Blogs, Breaking News, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, Politics, Polls, Updates, Women | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Daniel……Polling Summary for Monday 24th, May 2010…..Ga, NY, ND, AL and Wash…….

Hello Folks!

Here is my Polling Summary for today:

Texas Governor: Perry (R)  44 %  ,  White (D)  35 %  (YouGov / Texas Tribune / University of Texas)

Georgia Governor:

Deal (R)  47 %  ,  Barnes (D)  40 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Oxendine (R)  43 %  ,  Barnes (D)  39 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Handel (R)  42 %  ,  Barnes  (D)  39 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Barnes (D)  42 %  ,  Johnson (R)  38 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Oxendine (R)  50 %  ,  Baker (D)  29 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Deal (R)  47 %  ,  Baker (D)  30 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Handel (R)  43 %  ,  Baker (D)  32 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Johnson (R)  42 %  ,  Baker (D)  30 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

North Dakota Senate:

Hoeven (R)  72 %  ,  Potter (D)  23 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

NY-GOV GOP Primary:

Lazio  29 %  ,  Paladino  16 %  ,  Levy  14 %  (Siena Research Institute)

NY-SEN Special GOP Primary:

DioGuardi  15 %  ,  Blakeman  8 %  ,  Malpass  4 %  (Siena Research Institute)

NY-SEN Regular GOP Primary:

Townshend  10 %  ,  Maragos  5 %  ,  Berntsen  3 %  ,  Staudenraus  1 %  (Siena Research Institute)

NY-SEN Regular DEM Primary:

Schumer  78 %  ,  Credico  11 %  (Siena Research Institute)

New York Governor:

Cuomo (D)  66 %  ,  Lazio (R)  24 %  (Siena Research Institute)
Cuomo (D)  65 %  ,  Levy (R)  22 %  (Siena Research Institute)
Cuomo (D)  65 %  ,  Paladino (R)  22 %  (Siena Research Institute)

New York Senate Regular:

Schumer (D)  63 %  ,  Townshend (R)  24 %  (Siena Research Institute)
Schumer (D)  64 %  ,  Berntsen (R)  23 %  (Siena Research Institute)
Schumer (D)  65 %  ,  Maragos (R)  22 %  (Siena Research Institute)
Schumer (D)  65 %  ,  Staudenraus (R)  21 %  (Siena Research Institute)

New York Senate Special:

Gillibrand (D)  51 %  ,  DioGuardi (R)  25 %  (Siena Research Institute)
Gillibrand (D)  51 %  ,  Blakeman (R)  24 %  (Siena Research Institute)
Gillibrand (D)  53 %  ,  Malpass (R)  22 %  (Siena Research Institute)

AL-GOV GOP Primary:

Byrne  29 %  ,  Moore  23 %  ,  James  17 %  ,  Bentley  9  %  ,  Johnson  3 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)

AL-GOV DEM Primary:  Davis  41 %  ,  Sparks  33 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)

Alabama Governor:

Byrne (R)  48 %  ,  Davis (D)  31 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)
Moore (R)  43 %  ,  Davis (D)  38 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)
James (R)  45 %  ,  Davis (D)  37 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)
Byrne (R)  45 %  ,  Sparks (D)  34 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)
Moore (R)  41 %  ,  Sparks (D)  40 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)
James (R)  44 %  ,  Sparks (D)  38 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)

AL-SEN GOP Primary:

Shelby  63 %  ,  Moser  14 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)

AL-SEN DEM Primary:

W. Barnes  39 %  ,  DeMoore  11 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)

Alabama Senate:

Shelby (R)  57 %  ,  W. Barnes (D)  33 %  (Research 2000 / DailyKos)
Shelby (R)  62 %  ,  DeMoore (D)  27 %  (research 2000 / DailyKos)

Washington State Senate:

Murray (D)  44 %  ,  Rossi (R)  40 %  (Washington Poll / University of Washington)

Note: Two new Survey USA Polls have also been released for Kansas & California. I’ll do two seperate Posts tomorrow on those two.

Daniel G.

May 24, 2010 Posted by | Blogs, Breaking News, Government, Media, Men, Politics, Polls, Updates, Women | , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Daniel……Weekend Polling Update: Florida & Idaho Republican Primaries……

Hello Folks and Good Afternoon!

Here is my weekend Polling Update:

St. Petersburg Times / Miami Herald / Bay News 9 Survey

Florida Governor

Republican Primary

State Attorney General William “Bill” McCollum  46 %
Health Care Executive Rick Scott  22 %
State Senator Paula Dockery  3 %
Undecided  25 %

General Election

State Attorney General William “Bill” Mccollum (R)  34 %
Chief Financial Officer Adelaide “Alex” Sink (D)  32 %
Undecided  26 %

Florida Senate

Democratic Primary

U. S. Rep. Kendrick B. Meek  33 %
Former Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre  10 %
Businessman Jeff Greene  9 %
Undecided  41 %

General Election

Incumbent Governor Charlie Crist (I)  30 %
Former Florida House Speaker Marco Rubio (R)  27 %
U. S. Rep. Kendrick B. Meek (D)  15 %
Undecided  23 %

Idaho Republican Primaries

Idaho Statesman / KBOI-TV / Mason-Dixon Survey

Idaho Governor

Republican Primary

Incumbent Governor C. L. “Butch” Otter  60 %
Rex Rammel  6 %
Sharon Ullman  4 %
Ron Peterson  3 %
Walt Bayes  1 %
Tamara Wells  1 %
Undecided  25 %

ID 1st Congressional District

Republican Primary

Vaughn Ward  31 %
Raul Labrador  28 %
Harley Brown  4 %
Undecided  37 %

ID 2nd Congressional District

Incumbent U. S. Rep. Mike Simpson  62 %
Chick Heileson  6 %
Russ Mathews  5 %
Katherine Burton  1 %
Undecided  23 %

Daniel G

May 23, 2010 Posted by | Blogs, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, Politics, Polls, Updates, Women | , , , | 5 Comments

Daniel……Polling Summary for Friday, May 22nd, 2010……California and PA Gov. Updates…..

Hello Folks and Good Morning!

Here is my Polling Summary for today:

Arizona Governor:

Brewer (R)  52 %  ,  Goddard (D)  39 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

SC-GOV Democratic Primary:

Sheheen  30 %  ,  Rex  22 %  ,  Ford  4 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Arkansas Senate:

[ Boozman ]

Boozman (R)  66 %  ,  Lincoln (D)  28 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Boozman (R)  60 %  ,  Halter (D)  33 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

This Race seems to be over before it really starts no matter whom the Democrats nominate.

North Dakota House:

Berg (R)  52 %  ,  Pomeroy (D)  43 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Daniel G.

Note……The Arkansas Senate seat has been Democratic for over 100 years…….

Update……


Research 2000 / DailyKos

California Governor

GOP Primary

Meg Whitman 46 %
Steve Poizner 36 %
Undecided 18 %

Brown (D) 46 %
Whitman (R) 42 %
Undecided 18 %

Brown (D) 47 %
Poizner (R) 37 %
Undecided 16 %

California Senate

GOP Primary

Tom Campbell 37 %
Carly Fiorina 22 %
Chuck DeVore 14 %
Undecided 27 %

Boxer (D) 47 %
Campbell (R) 40 %
Undecided 13 %

Boxer (D) 48 %
Fiorina (R) 39 %
Undecided 13 %

Boxer (D) 47 %
DeVore (R) 38 %
Undecided 15 %

http://www.dailykos.com/statepoll/2010/5/19/CA/526

Pennsylvania Governor (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Corbett (R) 49 %
Onorato (D) 36 %
Others 4 %
Undecided 10 %

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/election_2010/election_2010_governor_elections/pennsylvania/election_2010_pennsylvania_governor

May 21, 2010 Posted by | Breaking News, Government, Media, Men, PoliticalDog Calls, Politics, Polls, Updates, Women | , , | 18 Comments

Daniel……Polling Summary for Thursday May 20th, 2010…..Updated….Sestak up 4% in PA Senate race….

Hello Dog Pound and Good Morning!

Here is my Polling Summary for today:

CA-GOV Republican Primary:

Whitman  38 %  ,  Poizner  29 %  (Public Policy Institute of California, PPIC)

California Governor:

Brown (D)  42 %  ,  Whitman (R)  37 %  (Public Policy Institute of California, PPIC)
Brown (D)  45 %  ,  Poizner (R)  32 %  (Public Policy Institute of California, PPIC)

CA-SEN Republican Primary:

Fiorina  25 %  ,  Campbell  23 %  ,  DeVore  16 %  (Public Policy Institute of California, PPIC)

California Senate:

Boxer (D)  46 %  ,  Campbell (R)  40 %  (Public Policy Institute of California, PPIC)
Boxer (D)  48 %  ,  Fiorina (R)  39 %  (Public Policy Institute of California, PPIC)
Boxer (D)  50 %  ,  DeVore (R)  39 %  (Public Policy Institute of California, PPIC)

SC-GOV Republican Primary:

Haley  30 %  ,  McMaster  19 %  ,  G. Barrett  17 %  ,  Bauer  12 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Caveat: Haley’s lead might be temporary because of fmr. Alaska Governor Sarah Palin endorsed & campaigned for her.

AZ-GOV Republican Primary:

Brewer  45 %  ,  Martin  18 %  ,  Mills  18 %  ,  Munger  3 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Kentucky Senate:

Paul (R)  59 %  .  Conway (D)  35 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Update:

The Upcoming Polls I mentioned in my Daily Report are now released:

Colorado Governor (Public Policy Polling Survey)

Hickenlooper (D) 44 %
McInnis (R) 44 %
Undecided  12 %

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/PPP_Release_CO_520.pdf

Caveat:

Compared to an PPP Poll in March Hickenlooper is down 6 while McInnis is up 5.

Pennsylvania Senate (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Sestak (D) 46 %
Toomey (R) 42 %
Others 3 %
Undecided 9 %

Caveat: Compared to a RAS Poll on May 6th Toomey is unchanged and Sestak is up 6 Points.

Daniel G.

Daniel …..I do see Sestak up 4% right?

May 20, 2010 Posted by | Blogs, Breaking News, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, Politics, Polls, Projections, Updates, Women | , , | 3 Comments

Daniel…..Polling Summary for Tuesday May 18th & Wednesday May 19th……

Hello Folks!

Here is my Polling Summary for the last two Days:

New York Senate Special Election:

Gillibrand (D)  46 %  ;  Malpass (R)  27 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Gillibrand (D)  51 %  ;  Blakeman (R)  31 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Gillibrand (D)  51 %  ;  DioGuardi (R)  28 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Florida Governor:

McCollum (R)  43 %  ;  Sink (D)  35 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Scott (R)  41 %  ;  Sink  (D)  40 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

CA-GOV GOP Primary:

Whitman  49 %  ;  Poizner  32 %  (M4 Strategies)

MN-GOV DEM Primary:

Dayton  38 %  ;  Kelliher  28 %  ;  Entenza  6 %  (Minnesota Public Radio / Humphrey Institute)

Minnesota Governor:

Dayton (DFL)  35 %  ;  Emmer (R)  31 %  ;  Horner (IP)  9 %  (Minnesota Public Radio / Humphrey Institute)
Emmer (R)  31 %  ;  Kelliher (DFL)  29 %  ;  Horner (IP)  10 %  (Minnesota Public Radio / Humphrey Institute)
Emmer (R)  32 %  ;  Entenza (DFL)  28 %  ;  Horner (IP)  11 %  (Minnesota Public Radio / Humphrey Institute)

Connecticut Senate:

Blumenthal (D)  48 %  ;  McMahon (R)  45 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Blumenthal (D)  50 %  ;  Simmons (R)  39 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Blumenthal (D)  53 %  ;  Schiff (R)  37 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

AZ-SEN GOP Primary:

McCain  52 %  ;  Hayworth  40 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Arizona Senate:

McCain (R)  57 %  ;  Glassman (D)  28 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Hayworth (R)  49 %  ;  Glassman (D)  33 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Colorado Senate:

Bennet (D)  44 %  ;  Norton (R)  41 %  (Public Policy Polling)
Bennet (D)  45 %  ;  Buck (R)  39 %  (Public Policy Polling)
Bennet (D)  44 %  ;  Wiens (R)  36 %  (Public Policy Polling)
Romanoff (D)  43 %  ;  Norton (R)  41 %  (Public Policy Polling)
Romanoff (D)  41 %  ;  Buck (R)  38 %  (Public Policy Polling)
Romanoff (D)  41 %  ;  Wiens (R)  37 %  (Public Policy Polling)

Daniel G.

Dog comments……

Wow!…..Wow!…..Wow!

Blumenthal vs MCMahon !…….

McCain is actually cruisin !..

Colorado looks like safe Democratic country……

May 19, 2010 Posted by | Breaking News, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, PoliticalDog Calls, Politics, Polls, Updates, Women | , , | 3 Comments

Daniel….Polling Summary for Friday, 14th May, 2010

Hello Folks and Good Morning!

Here is my Polling Summary for today:

California Senate:
Boxer (D)  42 %  ,  Campbell (R)  41 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Boxer (D)  46 %  ,  DeVore (R)  40 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Boxer (D)  45 %  ,  Fiorina (R)  38 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Pennsylvania Senate:

Toomey (R)  45 %  ,  Sestak (D)  40 %  (DailyKos / Research 2000)
Toomey (R)  49 %  ,  Specter (D)  41 %  (DailyKos / Research 2000)

Idaho Governor:

Otter (R)  54 %  ,  Allred (D)  32 %  ( Rassmussen  Reports Survey )

Idaho Senate:

Crapo (R)  66 %  ,  Sullivan (D)  22 % ( Rassmussen Reports Survey )

NV-GOV GOP Primary:

Sandoval  45 %  ,  Gibbons  27 % (Inc.)  ,  Montandon  6 %  (Las Vegas Review Journal / Mason-Dixon)

Daniel G.

May 14, 2010 Posted by | Breaking News, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, PoliticalDog Calls, Politics, Polls, Updates, Women | , , | 3 Comments

Daniel……Morning AM Polling Summary for Wednesday 12th May 2010: Pennsylvania…Pennsylvania….Pennsylvania and some other Polls …..

Hello Folks!

Here is my AM Polling Summary for today:

PA-SEN Democratic Primary:

Specter  44 %  ;  Sestak  42 %  (Quinnipiac University)

Specter’s lead is down here from 8 Points two weeks ago.

PA-SEN Democratic Primary:

Sestak  38 %  ;  Specter  36 %  (Franklin & Marshall)

PA-SEN Democratic Primary:

Sestak  45 %  ;  Specter  45 %  (Muhlenberg / Morning Call Tracker)

This RACE is a PURE TOSS-UP now with Sestak having the Mo.

Note: Research 2000 / DailyKos is supposed to release a Poll here tomorrow.

PA-GOV Democratic Primary:

Onorato  38 %  ;  Wagner  10 %  ;  Williams  9 %  ;  Hoeffel  8 %  (Quinnipiac University)

PA-GOV Democratic Primary:

Onorato  27 %  ;  Wagner  5 %  ;  Williams  5 %  ;  Hoeffel 4 %  (Franklin & Marshall)

PA-GOV Democratic Primary:

Onorato  37 %  ;  Williams  15 %  ;  Wagner  9 %  ;  Hoeffel  8 %  (Muhlenberg/Morning Call Tracker)

PA-12 Special Election:

Critz (D)  44 %  ;  Burns  38 %  (Susquehanna Polling & Research)

Massachusetts Governor:

Patrick (D)  45 %  ;  Baker (R)  31 %  ;  Cahill (I)  14 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Baker (R)  32 %  ;  Ross (D)  27 %  ;  Cahill (I)  16 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

Upcoming Polls:

PPP is supposed to release new Numbers on the North Carolina Senate Democratic Run-Off Election some time today.

A new WHAS-TV / Survey USA / Louisville Courier-Journal Bluegrass Poll is set to been released at 5pm ET  (This will be probably the most interesting Survey of the Day besides the PA-SEN Polls)

Daniel G.

Ah, Daniel……No comment about Patrick extending his lead?

I remember something about the Mass Governor being in trouble?

Specter continues to be back and forth…..The undecides ?

May 12, 2010 Posted by | Blogs, Breaking News, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, Politics, Polls, Updates | , , , | 19 Comments

Daniel……Morning AM Polling Summary for Tuesday May 11th, 2010

Hello Folks and Good Morning!

To get started today where we’ve Results from West Virginia & Nebraska later tonight here is my Morning AM Polling Summary:

[ Specter and Sestak ]
PA-SEN Democratic Primary:
Sestak  47 %  ;  Specter  43 %  (Muhlenberg College / Allentown Morning Call Tracker)

PA-GOV Democratic Primary:

Onorato  33 %  ;  Williams  15 %  ;  Hoeffel  10 %  ;  Wagner  9 % (Muhlenberg/Morning Call Tracker)

Specter gained a Point overnight. Worrisome for him though is that Sestaks Numbers aren’t moving at all. If Sestak stays at 46-47 throughout the week he has a good Chance of winning.

[ Case, Hanabusa and Djou ]

Hawaii Special Election:
Djou  40 %  ;  Case  26 %  ;  Hanabusa  26 %  (Merriman River Group)

Is this perhaps the Reason why the DCCC pulled out. Looking at these Numbers I have to say EVEN if Hanabusa drops out Case is facing looong odds here.

[ Burr and Cunningham ]
North Carolina Senate:
Burr (R)  43 %  ;  Marshall (D)  42 %  (Public Policy Polling)
Burr (R)  44 %  ;  Cunningham (D)  39 %  (Public Policy Polling)

OR-GOV Democratic Primary:

Kitzhaber  59 %  ;  Bradbury  25 %  (Survey USA)
OR-GOV Republican Primary:
Dudley  42 %  ;  Alley  24 %  (Survey USA)

OR-SEN Democratic Primary

:  Wyden  80 %  ;  Hooker  9 %  ;  Goberman  4 %  (Survey USA)
OR-SEN Republican Primary:
Huffman  20 %  ;  Mark Stutzman  11 %  (Survey USA)

That’s all for this moment.

Daniel G.

May 11, 2010 Posted by | Breaking News, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, Politics, Polls, Projections, Updates, Women | , | 1 Comment

Daniel…..PM Polling Summary for Monday May 10th, 2010

Hello Folks!

Here is my evening PM Polling Summary:

CA-GOV GOP Primary:


Whitman  39 %  ;  Poizner  37 %  (Survey USA)

CA-GOV Dem. Primary:

Brown  66 %  ;  Aguirre  4 %  ;  Pineda  3 %  ;  Symmon  3 %  (Survey USA)

CA-SEN GOP Primary:

Campbell  35 %  ;  Fiorina  24 %  ;  DeVore  15 %  ;  Kalemkarian  3 %  (Survey USA)

More in-depth look at those fascinating California Races tomorrow including Write-Ups from Survey USA. Campbell still in the lead in Republican Senate Primary makes me pretty happy.

Pennsylvania Senate:

Toomey (R)  42 %  ;  Sestak  40 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)
Toomey (R)  51 %  ;  Specter  38 %  (Rasmussen Reports Survey)

The first clear evidence that Sestak is the better General Election Candidate. That will certainly help him in the Final Days of the Primary Campaign as he can now make the electibility Claim.


Texas – 17:

Flores (R)  53 %  ;  Edwards (D, Incumbent)  41 %  (On Message)

Might this finally be the year where U. S. Rep. Chet Edwards (D-TX 17) luck runs out?

Daniel G.

Whitman may not make it to the California Senate General…she’s fading fast…….
The Dog

May 10, 2010 Posted by | Breaking News, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, Politics, Polls, Projections, Updates, Women | , , | 1 Comment