Monday, February 28, 2011

Suggestion Time

We'll have our Wisconsin and Virginia polls starting tomorrow, and we still have some leftovers from North Carolina and Rhode Island that we'll get out over the course of the week. Where to next? Taking suggestions for the next 24 hours, will pick finalists and put them to a vote tomorrow night, we'll have 24 hours of voting, and then take suggestions on questions/names to include in the states that win. Thanks!

28 comments:

Anonymous said...

AZ-Sen: with Giffords
VA-Sen: GOP Primary, and each against Kaine/Perriello
MA-Sen: against Elizabeth Warren

Anonymous said...

Deleware– Carper/"I'm Not A Witch" O'Donnell and Carper/Pense.

Mad Joy said...

I know that Connecticut keeps losing, but I'd still really like to see some polling with all the possibilities.

Anonymous said...

Missouri and Florida

Andrew Carden said...

New Hampshire, please. And, poll Rudy Giuliani in the GOP primary.

Anonymous said...

Do MO, IN, or CT

Anonymous said...

I have two suggestions, both of them in places not getting enough attention.

The first one is 2012 Hawaii Senate race, with Lingle v. Akaka and Lingle v. another potential Democratic candidate should Akaka retire.

The second is the 2012 Indiana Senate race. First, the GOP primary between Lugar and Richard Mourdock, and second, the general election between Lugar and possible Democratic candidates (like Donnelly or Ellsworth) and Mourdock and possible Democratic candidates.

kc said...

Ohio and New Hampshire.

Anonymous said...

Please do Missouri so many people have taken their name out of the running for the senate race that you can focus only on Wagner, Martin, and Steelman as opponents in the horse race against McCaskill. In addition, there is the gov race, and the pres race and you can see where Missouri stands on collective bargaining. Please poll them.

Anonymous said...

Montana:Tester v. Rehberg
Ohio
Missouri

Anonymous said...

Montana - Tester/Rehberg could be the difference between democrats or republicans running the senate. Just saw a 47-44 poll in favor of Rehberg. Plus Schweitzer favorability.

Massachussets - Top candidates against Brown for same reason as Montana.

Missouri - McCaskill for same reasons. Plus Obama vs. GOP candidates would be interesting.

Nevada - can't remember if this was polled recently, but Ensign/Heller against democrats would be interesting. I think in a presidential year the dems could beat Heller and will probably need to. Plus Obama presidential matchups.

Darwin said...

Indiana. Governor, Senator (both primaries and the general), President. Also a similar situation with unions in Wisconsin.

JGibsonBlog said...

Missouri Ideas:
MO-Sen (McCaskill vs. Lipari, McCaskill vs. Martin, McCaskill vs. Wagner, McCaskill vs. Steelman)
2012 Presidential Elections
2012 MO-Gov race
Collective Bargaining
Some bonus optional polls to consider:
Cardinals vs. Royals support
Should Albert Pujols stay a Cardinal?

Anonymous said...

Mississippi: Put this one on again. You have the governor's race, the Wicker race, Haley Barbour, and Barack Obama. Obama probably isn't doing that bad here with the high African American population. MS is one of the last states with a Democratic legislature so see if people are willing to reelect them again this year.

Georgia: Could be competitive with Sarah Palin on the ballot. I'm sure there's a lot of state issues you could ask there.

Montana; You have the governors race, the Senate race, and the House race (where you can poll Schweitzer and Daines)

Hawaii: There's renewed speculation, with Daniel Inouye upset about the way Akaka is fundraising that Akaka might retire. Try the LG against Lingle and Akaka against Lingle.

Utah: Was that bizarre poll showing Hatch tied with Chaffetz among primary voters (the more moderate) really true? If Matheson is redistricted out, does he stand a chance statewide?

The Interesting Times said...

It seems like Connecticut has lost more elections than Ralph Nader by now, but the race for Lieberman's seat is still one of the more interesting ones.

I'd really like to see polls in some of the states that haven't been polled for the 2012 Republican Presidential primary yet, especially New York, Mississippi, Oregon, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Idaho. Mississippi would be especially interesting now that PPP has added Barbour to the list of candidates they'll be polling.

BOSMAN said...

Florida!

ask:

Poll your usual 2012ers and then ask the extra question:
If the GOP candidates were only: Huckabee and Romney, who would you vote for?

Anonymous said...

Ohio- Want to see polling on SB5, also Kasich popularity and Brown.

Missouri- McCakill v. Akin, Steelman, Wagner. Also governor.

Maine- Snowe primary, also LePage popularity.

Armchair Editorialist said...

North Dakota! Senate race and maybe a longshot flip if the GOP chooses a more extreme nominee.

Anonymous said...

Please do Mississippi and Oregon.

Anonymous said...

New Hampshire

Anonymous said...

NEW HAMPSHIRE!!!

Obama vs. Romney
Republican primary

FiscalConservative said...

LA an NY please.

Anonymous said...

Requesting Delaware again. Markell vs. Bonini, Copeland, and Kovach.

And Vermont. Bernie vs. Tom Salmon.

Maine would be good too. LePage seems to be putting his foot in his mouth on a weekly basis; would be interested to see his approvals. Also, Snowe has an actual primary challenger, while the Democrats have at least one potential candidate waiting in the wings (Rosa Scarelli). She could be tested in the general, along with someone like Mike Michaud.

Anonymous said...

Washington and Missouri.

Anonymous said...

Missouri and Washington.

Anonymous said...

Maine: LePage approval rating & Snowe primary

Anonymous said...

I'd kind of like Mississippi to be an option. There was a weird Gallup poll showing Obama with a positive approval rating there, higher than in Pennsylvania or Maine. That seems crazy to me, but I'd like to check it.

Chobani said...

Georgia: Could be competitive with Sarah Palin on the ballot. I'm sure there's a lot of state issues you could ask there.

Montana; You have the governors race, the Senate race, and the House race (where you can poll Schweitzer and Daines)

 
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