It's North Carolina week so we're just going to do one other state poll this week. Here are the choices:
-Colorado. We haven't polled it in six months now and that's the longest we've gone without polling any of the pivotal swing states so it's well overdue for a look.
-Hawaii. Ed Case's somewhat dubious internal poll released today that showed Mazie Hirono trailing Linda Linge when all other polling has shown Hirono up double digits has me ready to take our first look at this race since March.
-Iowa. It's been a couple months since we last polled the state and it would be good to have a 'real' poll there headed into Ames week...has Rick Perry's momentum taken enough of the shine off Michele Bachmann to put Mitt Romney back in first place there?
-South Carolina. Another one where my primary interest is to see the Perry effect- after seeing him pull ahead of Romney in the Virginia numbers we released today I wouldn't be shocked to see him in or near the lead in South Carolina too.
-West Virginia. With Kentucky looking more and more like it will not be competitive this could be the closest Gubernatorial race in the country this year. And it would be interesting to see the Joe Manchin/Shelley Moore Capito numbers after the debt ceiling debate.
Voting's open for 24 hours and then we'll take question suggestions.