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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Governor 2010

Colorado
A Public Policy Polling (D) (IVR) poll; conducted 3/5-8; surveyed 580 RVs; margin of error +/- 4.1% (release, 3/10). Party ID breakdown: 39%D, 36%R, 24%I. Tested: Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper (D) and ex-Rep. Scott McInnis (R).

General Election Matchup
-                All Dem GOP Ind Men Wom
J. Hickenlooper 50% 85% 13% 48% 45% 55%
S. McInnis 39 7 77 34 46 32
Undec 11 8 10 18 9 13

Fav/Unfav
-                All     Dem     GOP     Ind               
J. Hickenlooper 51%/27% 72%/12% 30%/41% 49%/28%
S. McInnis 28 /27 11 /42 49 /10 26 /30

Illinois
A Rasmussen Reports (IVR) poll; conducted 3/8; surveyed 500 LVs; margin of error +/- 4.4% (release, 3/9). Tested: Gov. Pat Quinn (D) and state Sen. Bill Brady (R).

General Election Matchup
-           Now 12/14
B. Brady 47% 30%
P. Quinn 37 45
Other 6 13
Undec 9 13

Quinn As Gov.
-           Now 2/3 12/9 8/11 6/9 4/14
Approve 43% 45% 52% 47% 57% 61%
Disapprove 55 53 47 49 41 37

Fav/Unfav
-           Now     12/14   8/11    6/9
B. Brady 51%/30% 36%/37% 29%/21% n/a
P. Quinn 44 /51 52 /44 53 /43 55%/39%

Massachusetts
A Rasmussen Reports (IVR) poll; conducted 3/8; surveyed 500 LVs; margin of error +/- 4.4% (release, 3/10). Tested: Gov. Deval Patrick (D), Harvard Pilgrim Health Care CEO/ex-MA HHS/Finance sec. Charlie Baker (R), Treas. Tim Cahill (I) and '06 indie candidate/ex-MA Turnpike Authority board member Christy Mihos (R).

General Election Matchups
-           Now 11/23 10/22               Now 11/23 10/22
D. Patrick 35% 33% 34% D. Patrick 34% 32% 34%
C. Baker 32 28 24 T. Cahill 30 28 23
T. Cahill 19 25 23 C. Mihos 19 26 23
Undec 14 14 19 Undec 16 14 19

Patrick As Gov.
-           Now 11/23 10/22 8/20 6/24 4/16 2/10
Approve 39% 34% 43% 39% 42% 34% 48%
Disapprove 61 64 56 60 57 65 51

Fav/Unfav
-           Now     11/23   10/22   8/20    6/24
T. Cahill 55%/28% 49%/28% 49%/25% n/a n/a
C. Baker 46 /26 42 /29 32 /29 40%/30% 37%/27%
D. Patrick 43 /55 42 /56 48 /50 40 /56 48 /51
C. Mihos 38 /42 46 /36 40 /36 50 /30 46 /35

Michigan
A Denno-Noor poll; conducted 3/2-5 for the Rossman Group and Perricone Group; surveyed 205 Dem primary LVs and 217 GOP primary LVs; margins of error +/- 6.8% and 6.7%, respectively (Agar, Grand Rapids Press, 3/10). Tested: Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero, state House Speaker Andy Dillon (D), ex-Genesee Co. Treas. Dan Kildee, '02 LG candidate/state Rep. Alma Wheeler Smith (D), Oakland Co. Sheriff Mike Bouchard (R), AG Mike Cox (R), state Sen. Tom George (R), Rep. Pete Hoekstra (R-02) and ex-business exec. Rick Snyder (R).

Primary Election Matchup (Dems)
A. Dillon         13%
V. Bernero 11
A. Wheeler Smith 6
D. Kildee 6
Other/none 8
Undec 56

Primary Election Matchup (GOPers)
-                 Now 11/17
P. Hoekstra 28% 21%
R. Snyder 18 5
M. Cox 12 15
M. Bouchard 8 13
T. George 2 3
Other/none 1 7
Undec 31 37

1 comment:

Bryan said...

Here's the deal for Colorado. Hickenlooper is surprised that McInnis is still even in the running. He thought his popularity contest approach was gonna shoot him straight to the lead. Well he was wrong. Colorado needs someone like Scott McInnis to bring back commerce to this state. He's going to let companies come in and give us jobs without taxing them to death and he's going to work with small businesses so that they can grow and create jobs. Hickenlooper is just another Ritter and that's a scary thought. Hickenlooper is going to tax us to death and then say, "What Happened?" McInnis is going to win this election and bring Colorado back to where it should be...on top.

 
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