We have Illinois and North Carolina numbers coming this week. Now the choices for next weekend:
-Colorado. We found Michael Bennet ahead the last time we polled it, before the primary. Most numbers since then have shown Ken Buck ahead. We're overdue for another look at Colorado.
-Connecticut. All the sudden this race looks like it could be very interesting. Or if Blumenthal's internals are correct not so much. Either way worth our first look since January.
-Florida. Marco Rubio seems to be pulling away in most polling and I don't really doubt that but always enjoy looking at this fascinating race. Rasmussen suggested Rick Scott might be doing better last week- do we confirm or deny?
-Nevada. Haven't gone there since July and with multitudes of polls coming out in the state every week showing basically the same thing I'm not sure our take is really needed but if you want to see a PPP Nevada poll here's your chance.
-New York. Can't believe this is on the list but after last week's polling roller coaster there I'm interested to see what we would find.
-Washington. Most recent polling has shown Patty Murray pulling away but we haven't been there in a while so I'm interested to see if we would find the same.
Voting is open until Thursday morning, we'll do at least the top 2. And please give your suggestions for questions beyond the obvious in these states.