Friday, May 8, 2009

Taking your suggestions

We're polling North Carolina this weekend- a lot of interesting stuff on this poll to look forward to next week. We're testing newly announced candidate Kenneth Lewis against Richard Burr, and also another Democrat who I would not vote for if he ran for the Senate, even though he's one of the people in this world I have the greatest amount of admiration for. See if you can figure that one out.

For next weekend we were going to poll Georgia to see if there was more confirmation of Johnny Isakson's vulnerability that we found back in November but since Kos polled it last week I don't feel like we necessarily need to do that. So leave your suggestions for things you'd like to see polled in the comments and I'll pick out three that seem worthwhile and let you vote on them.

6 comments:

andgarden said...

New Jersey, both the Republican primary and the November General. Also, how much better would Dick Codey fare than Corzine?

Sean said...

Polling Codey in NJ would be good.

Also Polling PA Primaries properly would be nice...

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Torsella

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Toomey
Lusik

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Gerlach
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Toomey
Dent
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wwmiv said...

You wouldn't vote for John Edwards... You should poll Wisconsin, Nevada, or South Carolina - all states that CQ has Lean category. OR Arizona, which CQ has in favored - but NOT safe.

Brandon said...

Kos just polled PA. No need to rehash that.

I'll second the nomination for NJ.

Do you guys poll house races too?

Tom Jensen said...

You're correct I wouldn't vote for Edwards, but he sure isn't one of the people in the world I have the greatest amount of admiration for either!

Anonymous said...

Interesting about Foxx, but McHenry is really the one who could be beaten with an asymmetric strategy. Grover Norquist called him "silly" last week when he abandoned his fiscal conservative base for political expediency.He's beyond out of money, and still bleeding red ink as of April 1st. He pays continual blackmail to those who know his ethical problems and his hypocrytical stance on gay rights, and his base would completely abandon him if someone proved what we all know about his orientation(s).

 
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