Archive for the ‘General’ Category

Haley Leads Sheheen By 15% in SC

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Rasmussen Reports has dumped out a new poll for the gubernatorial race in South Carolina and it shows Nikki Haley with a 15% edge over Vincent Sheheen.

GOVERNOR – SOUTH CAROLINA (Rasmussen)
Nikki Haley (R-inc) 52%
Vincent Sheheen (D) 37%

This poll was done April 14-15 among 750 likely voters.

Hillary Leads GOP Nationally

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Still no Internet at home, so catching up from last night, we have the latest poll numbers from Fox News that show Hillary with a smaller lead over Republicans than we saw yesterday with Marist College, but she is still above 50%.

PRESIDENT- NATIONAL (Fox News)
Hillary (D) 51%
Jeb Bush (R) 42%

Hillary (D) 51%
Rand Paul (R) 42%

Hillary (D) 50%
Chris Christie (R) 42%

This poll was done April 13-15 among 1012 registered voters.

Crist Leads Scott By 5% in FL, LePage Leads Michaud By 2% in ME

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

Survey USA, earlier today, released a new poll for the gubernatorial race in Florida that shows Charlie Crist with a 5% lead over Rick Scott.

GOVERNOR – FLORIDA (Survey USA)
Charlie Crist (D) 46%
Rick Scott (R-inc) 41%

This poll was done April 10-14 among 502 likely voters. Meanwhile in Maine, a new poll from Pan Atlantic SMS Group claims Republican Paul LePage leads the three-way race for Governor.

GOVERNOR – MAINE (PASMSG)
Paul LePage (R-inc) 39%
Michael Michaud (D) 37%
Eliot Cutler (I) 20%

This poll was done March 31-April 5 among 400 likely voters.

Coakley s Best Dem Candidate in MA, Hillary Leads GOP Nationally

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

No Internet, TV or Phone at home until Friday when they will finally send someone out between the hours of 80-12. Thanks Verizon! If you think I was mailing it in before, just wait to see how much posting I get done this week.

Meanwhile, the polls keep coming and yesterday we received a new poll for the gubernatorial race in Massachusetts from UMass Amherst that shows Martha Coakley as the Democrats’ best shot at keeping this seat.

GOVERNOR – MASSACHUSETTS (UMass)
Martha Coakley (D) 45%
Charlie Baker (R) 34%

Steve Grossman (D) 35%
Charlie Baker (R) 29%

Charlie Baker (R) 32%
Juliette Kayyern (D) 32%

Charlie Baker (R) 32%
Don Berwick (D) 29%

GOVERNOR – MASSACHUSETTS – DEM PRIMARY (UMass)
Martha Coakley 39%
Steve Grossman 9%
Don Berwick 3%
Juliette Kayyern 3%

This poll was done March 31-April 6 among 500 likely voters.

Last night, Marist College and McClatchy released 2016 numbers showing Hillary well ahead of all the Republican candidates.

PRESIDENT- NATIONAL (Marist)
Hillary (D) 55%
Jeb Bush (R) 39%

Hillary (D) 53%
Mike Huckabee (R) 40%

Hillary (D) 54%
Rand Paul (R) 40%

Hillary (D) 53%
Chris Christie (R) 42%

Hillary (D) 54%
Marco Rubio (R) 38%

Hillary (D) 51%
Paul Ryan (R) 43%

Hillary (D) 54%
Ted Cruz (R) 39%

The primary race is a jumbled mess with five candidates in double digits, but none above 13%. This poll was done April 7-10 among 1036 registered voters.

Republcians Lead in TX

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

In the state of Texas, Republicans now have double-digit leads in the races for Governor and US Senate.

GOVERNOR – TEXAS (PPP)
Greg Abbott (R) 51%
Wendy Davis (D) 37%

US SENATE – TEXAS (PPP)
John Cornyn (R-inc) 49%
David Alameel (D) 32%

This poll was done April 10-13 among 559 registered voters.

Pryor Leads Cotton By 3% in AR

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

In Arkansas, we have yet another poll that now shows Mark Pryor ahead of Tom Cotton. This time it comes from Anzalone Liszt Grove Research.

US SENATE – ARKANSAS (ALG)
Mark Pryor (D-inc) 48%
Tom Cotton (R) 45%

This poll was done March 27=April 2 among 600 registered voters.

Rauner Leads Quinn By 3%, Durin Leads Oberweis By 14% in IL

Monday, April 14th, 2014

At the end of last week and beginning of this week, Rasmussen Reports gave us numbers for the US Senate and gubernatorial races in Illinois.

GOVERNOR – ILLINOIS (Rasmussen)
Bruce Rauner (R) 43%
Pat Quinn (D-inc) 40%

US SENATE (Rasmussen)
Dick Durbin (D-inc) 51%
Jim Oberweis (R) 37%

These polls were done April 9-10 among 750 likely voters.

Open Thread Monday

Monday, April 14th, 2014

Let’s start the week with a clean thread for now.

Shaheen Leads Brown By 6% in NH

Friday, April 11th, 2014

The University of New Hampshire has given us a second poll for the US Senate race in New Hampshire and shows Jeanne Shaheen ahead of Scott Brown by 6%.

US SENATE – NEW HAMPSHIRE (UNH)
Jeanne Shaheen (D-inc) 45%
Scott Brown (R) 39%

Jeanne Shaheen (D-inc) 48%
Karen testerman (R) 25%

Jeanne Shaheen (D-inc) 48%
bob Smith (R) 34%

Jeanne Shaheen (D-inc) 48%
Jim Rubens (R) 27%

This poll was done April 1-9 among 387 likely voters.

Friday Morning Polls (AR, NH, NC)

Friday, April 11th, 2014

In Arkansas, there is a new poll from a polling group called Opinion Research Associates that claims Mark Pryor has opened up a double digit lead over Tom Cotton.

US SENATE – ARKANSAS (ORA)
Mark Pryor (D-inc) 48%
Tom Cotton (R) 38%

GOVERNOR – ARKANSAS (ORA)
Mike ROss (D) 45%
Asa Hutchinson (R) 395

This poll was done April 1-8 among 400 likely voters.

In New Hampshire, Public Policy Polling got money from another leftist organization to produce a poll showing Jeanne Shaheen with an 8% lead over Scott Brown.

US SENATE – NEW HAMPSHIRE (PPP)
Jeanne Shaheen (D-inc) 49%
Scott Brown (R) 41%

This poll was done April 7-8 among 1034 registered voters. As part of their free polls, PPP also released more numbers for the state of North Carolina claiming Hillary is now back ahead of all the Republcian candidates.

PRESIDENT – NORTH CAROLINA (PPP)
Hillary (D) 45%
Jeb Bush (R) 44%

Hillary (D) 46%
Chris Christie (R) 44%

Hillary (D) 48%
Mike Huckabee (R) 43%

Hillary (D) 47%
Rand Paul (R) 43%

GOVERNOR – NORTH CAROLINA (PPP)
Pat McCrory (R-inc) 43%
Roy Cooper (D) 43%

Pat McCrory (R-inc) 45%
Charles Meeker (D) 38%

This poll was done April 3-6 among 740 likely voters.