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GOP Leads In AL, ND

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Even the leftists at Daily Kos and Research 2000 can paint a positive picture for Democrats in Alabama.

GOVERNOR – ALABAMA – GOP PRIMARY (Research 2000)
Artur Davis 41%
Ron Sparks 33%

GOVERNOR – ALABAMA – GOP PRIMARY (Research 2000)
Bradley Byrne 29%
Roy Moore 23%
Tim James 17%
Robert Bentley 9%
Bill Johnson 3%

GOVERNOR – ALABAMA (Research 2000)

Bradley Byrne (R) 48%
Artur Davis (D) 31%

Tim James (R) 45%
Artur Davis (D) 37%

Roy Moore (R) 43%
Artur Davis (D) 38%

Bradley Byrne (R) 45%
Ron Sparks (D) 34%

Tim James (R) 44%
Ron Sparks (D) 38%

Roy Moore (R) 41%
Ron Sparks (D) 40%

Even in the US Senate race, Republican Richard Shelby seems pretty safe for re-election.

US SENATE – ALABAMA – DEM PRIMARY (Research 2000)
William Barnes 39%
Simone De Moore 11%

US SENATE – ALABAMA – GOP PRIMARY (Research 2000)
Richard Shelby (inc) 63%
Clint Moser 14%

US SENATE – ALABAMA (Research 2000)
Richard Shelby (R-inc) 57%
William Barnes (D) 33%

Richard Shelby (R-inc) 62%
Simone De Moore (D) 27%

This entire poll was done May 17-19 among 600 likely voters. Speaking of US Senate seats that should easily be won by Republicans, Rasmussen’s lone poll of the day comes from North Dakota.

US SENATE – NORTH DAKOTA (Rasmussen)
John Hoeven (R) 72%
Tracy Potter (D) 23%

This poll was done May 18-19 among 500 likely voters. So as long as John Hoeven didn’t make up some history about serving in Vietnam, he should be a shoe in for election this fall.

ND: Hoeven Still Cruising

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Nothing too exciting to look at tonight except for the latest poll numbers for the US Senate race in North Dakota from Scott Rasmussen.

US SENATE – NORTH DAKOTA (Rasmussen)
John Hoeven (R) 69%
Tracy Potter (D) 24%

This poll was done April 24th among 500 likely voters.

ND: Hoeven Cruising

Friday, February 12th, 2010

In a race that was pretty much over the day he announced, John Hoeven appears well on his way to claiming the US Senate seat in North Dakota later this year according to a new poll from Scott Rasmussen.

US SENATE – NORTH DAKOTA (Rasmussen)
John Hoeven (R) 65%
Heidi Heitkamp (D) 29%

John Hoeven (R) 71%
Tracy Potter (D) 17%

This poll was done February 9-10 among 500 likely voters.

ND: Easy Pickup For GOP With Hoeven

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

Busy day for polls today. Research 2000 is out with another poll today, this time teaming up with their regular partner, the leftist website Daily Kos that shows Republicans well on their way to picking up the US Senate in North Dakota. We also see that Democratic incumbent Congressman Earl Pomeroy dominates two Republicans in his race.

US SENATE – NORTH DAKOTA (Research 2000/DK)
John Hoeven (R) 56%
Ed Schultz (D) 32%

John Hoeven (R) 55%
Heidi Heitkamp (D) 34%

John Hoeven (R) 56%
Jasper Schneider (D) 32%

US HOUSE – NORTH DAKOTA – CD AL (Research 2000/DK)
Earl Pomeroy (D-inc) 46%
Kevin Cramer (R) 24%

Earl Pomeroy (D-inc) 47%
Duane Sand (R) 22%

This poll was done January 11-13 among 600 likely voters.

ND: Hoeven Would Crush Dorgan

Monday, December 21st, 2009

The Republicans could have a US Senate without much of a sweat if they could somehow manage to convince Governor John Hoeven to jump in the race against Byron Dorgan. Here is a new poll from Scott Rasmussen.

US SNEATE – NORTH DALOTA (Rasmussen)
John Hoeven (R) 58%
Dorgan (D-inc) 36%

Byron Dorgan (D-inc) 52%
Duane Sand (R) 37%

This poll was done December 17th among 500 likely voters. Republicans need to start winning back some of these US Senate seats in red states (Arkansas, North Dakota, Montana) to prevent mroe of the 60-40 votes we saw this morning.

ND: Hoeven Leads Dorgan By 17%

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

Supposedly there is a new poll out from Public Opinion Strategies claiming North Dakota Governor would handily defeat sitting Democratic US Senator Byron Dorgan .

US SENATE – NORTH DAKOTA (Public Opinion Strategies)
John Hoeven (R) 53%
Byron Dorgan (D-inc) 36%

Of course, John Hoeven has made absolutely no announcement that he is running and this poll has to be taken with a grain a salt since it was paid for by the National Republican Senatorial Committee. The article also points out that this contradicts a poll earlier this year form the liberal website Daily Kos showing Dorgan ahead of Hoeven by 22%.

ND: Dorgan Dominates Hoeven In US Senate Race

Friday, February 13th, 2009

If the Republicans think they can pick up the US Senate seat in North Dakota with the current Governor John Hoeven, they probably don;t believe this latest poll from Research 2000, paid for by the leftist website Daily Kos.

US SENATE – NORTH DAKOTA (Research 2000/DK)
Byron Dorgan (D-inc) 57%
John Hoeven (R) 35%

Dorgan has a favorable rating of 675 while Hoeven has a favorable rating of 68%, so it just appears North Dakotans are pretty happy with their current US Senator no matter how much they like Hoeven. This poll was done February 9-11among 600 likely voters.