From the Boston Globe today, we hear that a poll that fell quite against him now has him leading.
Two years ago, this poll had Martha Coakley 15 points ahead of Brown.
I don’t know about you, but I’m sick of hearing about abortion and other issues from the 70s. We have an economy where people need work and the government should be looking to ease anything in the way of creating jobs.
A new Boston Globe poll shows the race between Senator Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren in a dead heat, with ample opportunity for both candidates to win the nation’s most expensive Senate race eight days from now.
The survey indicates Brown holds a razor-thin 45 percent to 43 percent lead over Warren among likely voters, well within the poll’s margin of error of plus or minus 4.1 percentage points. Brown’s lead evaporates, with 47 percent for each candidate, when voters who are undecided are asked which candidate they are leaning toward.
The poll is a reversal from a September Globe survey that showed Warren ahead 43 percent to 38 percent, as well as several other recent polls that have found Warren with a slight lead. The shift underscores the belief long held by both sides that the race, active for more than a year, would be competitive until the end.