A bunch of new Senate Polls and many worries
Shaheen 51Sununu 40
Former New Hampshire Governor Jeanne Shaheen regained some lost ground and moved further ahead of incumbent Senator John Sununu in New Hampshire’s United States Senate race. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the states finds Shaheen up 51% to 40% which is enough to qualify Sununu as the most endangered incumbent of Election 2008.When “leaners” are included, it’s Shaheen 52%, Sununu 43%.
Shaheen leads 56% to 31% among unaffiliated voters who make up nearly half the electorate in the Granite State. She also leads by nineteen percentage points among women and four among men.
Shaheen was elected the first woman governor of New Hampshire, and served from 1997 to 2003. She is viewed favorably by 55% of voters in New Hampshire, while 39% view her unfavorably.
Sununu, the youngest member of the Senate who is seeking his second term, is viewed favorably by 49% and unfavorably by 44%.
Udall 51Pearce 41
Republican Steve Pearce has cut his opponent’s lead by more than half, but Democrat Tom Udall still leads 51% to 41% in the U.S. Senate race in New Mexico, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of voters in the state.With “leaners” factored in, Udall’s lead drops to 52% to 44%, the first time in five months of polling that the gap has been out of double digits.
Landrieu 53Kennedy 37
The incumbent senator attracts now attracts 84% of Democrats, up 10 percentage points from a month ago. Kennedy wins just 72% of the Republican vote, down 10 points from July.
Landrieu is viewed favorably by 59% of the state’s voters, unchanged from a month ago. Kennedy earns positive reviews from 52%, down three points. Landrieu is viewed very favorably by 35% while only 18% have such positive feelings about Kennedy.
Roberts 58Slatery 31
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