We're up for our monthly national poll this weekend and for a single state poll. Good timing for the national poll, it will be good to see not just any movement in Obama's approval numbers this weekend but also if anything changes in his head to head numbers against all of the leading Republicans.
If you have question suggestions for the national poll please put them here and also let us know who you think we should include as the 'bonus Republican' to be tested against Obama in addition to the usual staples of Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, and Donald Trump.
Here are the choices for this week's state poll:
-Kentucky. The primary election there is coming up in a couple weeks and it doesn't seem terribly competitive but it would be worth taking a look at that and I'm also interested to see approval numbers for Rand Paul, which we haven't done at all since he took office.
-Montana. Competitive Senate race, open races for House and Governor, plenty to work with there.
-New Mexico. We did a poll on this race in February but it didn't include Hector Balderas and John Sanchez so would be interested to see how they do and of course it's a quasi swing state for President- if Obama's not doing well here he's in a bit of a mess.
-South Carolina. It's been more than three months now since we've looked at how the Republican Presidential race is going here and the Palmetto State's interesting cast of politicians are always worth checking in on.
-Virginia. I'd like to look at one of the really major swing states the weekend post-Osama death and this is the one we've gone the longest without polling. Also curious whether Tim Kaine's official entry into the race has made a difference in one direction or another polling wise.
Voting's open until 4 PM tomorrow, don't cheat or we'll remove the state you're cheating on behalf of from consideration.