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July 23, 2014

Daines Leads Walsh By 4% in MT, Burke Leads Walker By 1% in WI

I guess the race in Montana is getting closer than Republicans had hoped for. Gravis Marketing is out with their latest poll showing Steve Daines lead down to a mere 4%.

US SENATE – MONTANA (Gravis)
Steve Daines (R) 45%
John Walsh (D-inc) 41%
Roger Roots (L) 6%

US HOUSE – MONTANA (Gravis)
Ryan Zinke (R) 47%
John Lewis (D) 35%
Mike Fellows (L) 6%

GOVERNOR – MONTANA (Gravis)
Steve Bullock (D-inc) 46%
Tim Fox (R) 43%

PRESIDENT – MONTANA (Gravis)
Jeb Bush (R) 49%
Hillary Clinton (D) 39%

This poll was done sometime in July among 741 likely voters. Meanwhile in Wisconsin, a new poll from Marquette Law School now has Scott Walker trailing Mary Burke.

GOVERNOR – WISCONSIN (Marquette)
Mary Burke (D) 47%
Scott Walker (R) 46%

This poll was done July 17-20 among 549 likely voters. Walker does lead among registered voters by a 46%-45% margin.

Crist Leads Scott in Two Polls in FL, Warner Dominates in VA

It looks like the polling organizations that waded into the US Senate primary runoff in Georgia came out as the big losers last night. I don’t normally track primary polls, but Wikipedia did and looking at the list, only WPA Opinion Research appears to have shown David Perdue with a lead during the runoff. Everyone else had Kingston ahead and in some cases, by double digits.

Rick Scott is probably hoping the pollsters are wrong about his race too as we have two separate polling organizations providing almost identical results of the gubernatorial race in Florida. This morning, Quinnipiac University gives Charlie Crist a 5% lead over Rick Scott.

GOVERNOR – FLORIDA (Quinnipiac)
Charlie Crist (D) 45%
Rick Scott (R-inc) 40%

Rick Scott (R-inc) 41%
Nan Ruch (D) 34%

This poll was done July 17-21 among 1251 registered voters. Survey USA also released a new poll yesterday showing Charlie Crist up by 6%.

GOVERNOR – FLORIDA (Survey USA)
Charlie Crist (D) 46%
Rick Scott (R-inc) 40%

PRESIDENT – FLORIDA (Survey USA)

Hillary Clinton 49%
Chris Christie 38%

Hillary Clinton 46%
Rand Paul 42%

Hillary Clinton 53%
Marco Rubio 39%

Hillary Clinton 47%
Jeb Bush 41%

Chris Christie 48%
Joe Biden 39%

Rand Paul 47%
Joe Biden 39%

Marco Rubio 46%
Joe Biden 43%

Jeb Bush 47%
Joe Biden 38%

This poll was done July 17-21 among 564 registered voters. Meanwhile in Virginia, the race there continues to be, well, not so much of a race according to Roanoke College.

US SENATE – VIRGINIA (Roanoke)
Mark Warner (D-inc) 47%
Ed Gillespie (R) 22%
Robert Sarvis (L) 5%

PRESIDENT – VIRGINIA (Roanoke)
Hillary Clinton 44%
Chris Christie 34%

Hillary Clinton 47%
Rand Paul 37%

Hillary Clinton 47%
Paul Ryan 38%

This poll was done July 14-19 among 566 registered voters. Later today, we get this from Marquette Law School.

That should be interesting.

July 22, 2014

Primary Night Thread (GA)

The night we have been waiting for where we find out the Republican nominee for the US Senate in Georgia. The polls close in Georgia at 7pm.

The results from the Associated Press can be found here.

PPP Claims Udall/Hickenlooper Lead in CO

Last week, we had three polls for the US Senate race in Colorado, two of which had Cory Gardner leading and one that had Mark Udall leading. Apparently Public Policy Polling has decided to throw their lot in with Marist College and claim Mark Udall is in the lead.

US SENATE – COLORADO (PPP)
Mark Udall (D-inc) 44%
Cory Gardner (R) 43%

GOVERNOR – COLORADO (PPP)
John Hickenlooper (D-inc) 44%
Bob Beauprez (R) 43%

This poll was done July 17-20 among 653 registered voters.

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Hagan Leads Tillis By 7% in NC

Public Policy polling has put out their numbers for North Carolina and are now claiming Kay Hagan has opened up a 7% lead over Thom Tillis in a three-way race.

US SENATE – NORTH CAROLINA (PPP)
Kay Hagan (D-inc) 41%
Thom Tillis (R) 34%
Sean Haugh (L) 8%

This poll was done July 17-20 among 1062 registered voters.

Braley leads Ernst By 1% in IA

This morning, we have a new poll from Gravis Marketing for the races in Iowa and it shows Bruce Braley with a one-point lead over Joni Ernst.

US SENATE – IOWA (Gravis)
Bruce Braley (D) 44%
Joni Ernst (R) 43%

GOVERNOR – IOWA (Gravis)
Terry Branstad (R-inc) 50%
Jack Hatch (D) 42%

This poll was done July 17-18 among 1179 likely voters.

July 21, 2014

Daines Leads Walsh By 7% in MT

Public Policy Polling continues their Democratic-leaning polls of late with the claim that Steve Daines lead over Jon Walsh is down to a mere 7% in the state of Montana.

US SENATE – MONTANA (PPP)
Steve Daines (R) 46%
John Walsh (D-inc) 39%

This poll was done July 17-18 among 574 registered voters.

Cuomo Dominates in NY

Yawn, Andrew Cuomo dominates in New York according to Siena College.

GOVERNOR – NEW YORK (Siena)
Andrew Cuomo (D-inc) 60%
Rob Astorino (R) 23%

This poll was done July 13-16 among 774 likely voters. Happy Monday and the start of a brand new week….

July 20, 2014

Polls From OK and NY-18

This weekend, Rasmussen Reports gave us polls from the great state of Oklahoma and it shows Jim Inhofe dominating the race for US Senate, but Mary Fallin below 50% in the race for Governor.

US SENATE – OKLAHOMA (Rasmussen)
Jim Inhofe (R-inc) 58%
Matt Silverstein (D) 27%

GOVERNOR – OKLAHOMA (Rasmussen)
Mary Fallin (R-inc) 45%
Joe Dorman (D) 40%

These polls were done July 15-16 among 750 likely voters. We also have a poll from Gravis Marketing (thanks Michael for the link) showing Republicans ahead in a US House race New York giving them a potential pickup opportunity.

US HOUSE – NEW YORK CD18 (Gravis)
Nan Hayworth (R) 44%
Sean Maloney (D-inc) 40%

This poll was done July 17-19 among 523 registered voters.

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July 19, 2014

Weekend Open Thread

How about a clean slate for the rest of Saturday night and Sunday. I was hoping we would see more final polling for the runoff election on Tuesday in Georgia by now.

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US SENATE 2014

Party Prediction Gain/Loss
GOP 50 5
DEM 48 -5
IND 2 0

US HOUSE 2014

Party Prediction Gain/Loss
GOP 238 4
DEM 197 -4