Monday, April 25, 2011

Voting time!

We'll have our Nevada and West Virginia polls out starting tomorrow. Your choices for next week are:

-Arizona. Still haven't polled it since it became an open seat and with Gabrielle Giffords in the news a lot this week it might be a good time to see what folks think about the possibility of a Senate bid from her.

-Missouri. It's only been a couple months since we polled the state but all of Claire McCaskill's bad news has come since then- is that really affecting her or is it just as much of a toss up as it was before?

-Montana. Competitive Senate race, open seats for House and Governor- there's no doubt there's plenty of material if this one wins, the real challenge will be keeping it to a reasonable number of match ups!

-New Mexico. Another one that we haven't polled since it became an open seat although we have already polled what's looking like the most plausible match up of Martin Heinrich and Heather Wilson- still worth seeing if the landscape changes at all with the seat open.

-South Carolina. Over the last month we've polled all of the other important early Republican contest states- Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and Florida- so it seems worth adding this one to the list. And let's be honest, there's always a lot of fun stuff to poll in South Carolina.

Voting's open until 5 PM Tuesday, don't game the poll or we'll disqualify the state you were gaming it for.


Anonymous said...

Are you doing the top two vote getters, or only one?

Anonymous said...

Did you poll Terry Branstadts approvals in Iowa by any chance or are you done releasing segments of your Iowa poll.

Anonymous said...

Tom or Dustin,
Do you have any Iowa polling left?


Tom Jensen said...

Top 2. We'll have more Iowa out, including Branstad's approval, sometime this week. Shooting for tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

Just out of curiosity, are there any remaining Pennsylvania polls to be released?

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