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2009 Polls
Blue
Democratic Take Over
Cyan
Democrats Retention
Purple
Toss Up
Green
No Polls
Pink
Republican Retention
Red
Republican Take Over
No Governor Race in Gray States
Alabama: No Election in 2009 Alaska: No Election in 2009 Arizona: No Election in 2009 Arkansas: No Election in 2009 California: House 10: Garamendi (D) 50% - Harmer (R) 40% - others 6% Colorado: No Election in 2009 Connecticut: No Election in 2009 Delaware: No Election in 2009 District of Columbia: No Election in 2009 Florida: No Election in 2009 Georgia: No Election in 2009 Hawaii: No Election in 2009 Idaho: No Election in 2009 Illinois: Quigley 19% - Feigenholtz 11% - Fritchey 8% - Oberman 2% - Capparelli 1% - Dontelli 1% Indiana: No Election in 2009 Iowa: No Election in 2009 Kansas: No Election in 2009 Kentucky: No Election in 2009 Louisiana: No Election in 2009 Maine: No Election in 2009 Maryland: No Election in 2009 Massachusetts: No Election in 2009 Michigan: No Election in 2009 Minnesota: No Election in 2009 Mississippi: Next Governor Election in 2011 Missouri: No Election in 2009 Montana: No Election in 2009 Nebraska: No Election in 2009 Nevada: No Election in 2009 New Hampshire: No Election in 2009 New Jersey: 
Christie 42% Corzine 40% Daggett 12% 
Quinnipiac Univ. 
Christie 41% Corzine 43% Daggett 8% 
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. 
Christie 47% Corzine 41% Daggett 11% 
Public Policy Polling 
Christie 41% Corzine 43% Daggett 8% 
Monmouth Univ. 
Christie 37% Corzine 41% Daggett 15% 
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D)
Christie 45% Corzine 42% Daggett 10% 
SurveyUSA 
Christie 41% Corzine 43% Daggett 8% 
YouGov 
Christie 46% Corzine 43% Daggett 8% 
Rasmussen Reports 
Christie 39% Corzine 40% Daggett 14% 
Zogby International 
Christie 42% Corzine 35% Daggett 8% 
Neighborhood Research (R)
Christie 42% Corzine 41% Daggett 14% 
Research 2000 
Christie 33% Corzine 42% Daggett 7% 
Suffolk Univ. 
Christie 36% Corzine 39% Daggett 20% 
Rutgers Univ. 
Christie 39% Corzine 40% Daggett 14% 
New York Times New Mexico: No Election in 2009 New York: 
House 20
Tedisco (R) 43% Murphy (D) 47% Sundwall (L) 2% 
Siena College 3/25-26/09 3.2% 

House 23
Scozzafava (R) 6% Owens (D) 36% Hoffman (Cns) 41% 
Siena College 11/1/09 4% 

New York Mayor
Bloomberg (I) 50% Thompson (D) 38% Christopher (Cns) 1% 
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/29-11/1/09 2.7 North Carolina: No Election in 2009 North Dakota: No Election in 2009 Ohio: No Election in 2009 Oklahoma: No Election in 2009 Oregon: No Election in 2009 Pennsylvania: No Election in 2009 Rhode Island: No Election in 2009 South Carolina: No Election in 2009 South Dakota: No Election in 2009 Tennessee: No Election in 2009 Texas: No Election in 2009 Utah: No Election in 2009 Vermont: No Election in 2009 Virginia: 
McDonnell 56% Deeds 42%  Public Policy Polling 
McDonnell 58% Deeds 40%  SurveyUSA 
McDonnell 53% Deeds 41%  Mason Dixon 
McDonnell 53% Deeds 40%  YouGov 
McDonnell 54% Deeds 44%  Research 2000 
McDonnell 54% Deeds 41%  Rasmussen Reports 
McDonnell 55% Deeds 39%  Roanoke College 
McDonnell 55% Deeds 44%  Washington Post 
McDonnell 54% Deeds 36%  Va. Commonwealth Univ.
McDonnell 49% Deeds 41%  Clarus Research Group 
McDonnell 45% Deeds 31%  Christopher Newport Univ. Washington: No Election in 2009 West Virginia: No Election in 2009 Wisconsin: No Election in 2009 Wyoming: No Election in 2009
National Generic 2010 Congressional Polls
Last Updated on January 9, 2009
Race Republican Democrat Others Pollster Dates MoE
Congress Republican 44% Democrat 35% other 6% Rasmussen Reports 12/28-30/09, 1/3/10 2%
Republican 35% Democrat 38% Research 2000 12/27-31/09 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 12/21-27/09 2%
Republican 34% Democrat 37% Research 2000 12/20-24/09 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 12/14-20/09 2%
Republican 34% Democrat 36% Research 2000 12/14-17/09 2%
Republican 41% Democrat 42% Hart (D)/McInturff (R) 12/11-14/09 3.1%
give new person
a chance 49%
my Representative 38%
Republican 44% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 12/7-13/09 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% Gallup 12/11-13/09 3.1%
Republican 45% Democrat 48% 3.3% RV
Republican 33% Democrat 37% Research 2000 12/7-10/09 2%
Republican 42% Democrat 40% Tarrance Group (R) / Lake Research (D) 12/6-9/09 3.1%
Republican 36% Democrat 46% YouGov 12/6-8/09 3.6%
Republican 42% Democrat 44% Public Policy Polling 12/4-7/09 2.8%
Republican 35% Democrat 36% Selzer & Co. 12/3-7/09 3.1%
Republican 42% Democrat 38% 3.7% LV
Republican 43% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 11/30-12/6/09 2%
Republican 18% Democrat 36% Tea Party 23% Rasmussen Reports 12/4-5/09 3%
Someone else 37% Current Rep 51% Marist College 12/2-3, 7/09 3.3%
Republican 32% Democrat 36% Research 2000 11/30-12/3/09 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 11/23-29/09 2%
Republican 32% Democrat 37% Research 2000 11/22-25/09 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 11/16-22/09 2%
Republican 31% Democrat 37% Research 2000 11/16-19/09 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 48% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 11/12-16/09 3.1%
Republican 38% Democrat 46% Public Policy Polling 11/13-15/09 3%
Republican 44% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 11/9-15/09 2%
Republican 42% Democrat 49% Opinion Research Corp. 11/13-15/09 3.1%
Republican 43% Democrat 49% 3.2% RV
Republican 30% Democrat 36% Research 2000 11/9-12/09 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 11/2-8/09 2%
Republican 42% Democrat 47% Pew Research Center 10/28-11/8/09 2.4%
Republican 46% Democrat 44% Gallup 11/5-8/09 3.1%
Republican 48% Democrat 44% 3.3% RV
Republican 30% Democrat 35% Research 2000 11/2-5/09 2%
Republican 37% Democrat 46% YouGov 11/1-3/09 3.9%
Republican 41% Democrat 48% other 2% Ipsos 10/29-11/1/09 3%
Republican 42% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 10/26-11/1/09 2%
Republican 41% Democrat 51% Opinion Research Corp. 10/30-11/1/09 3%
Republican 44% Democrat 50% 4% RV
Republican 28% Democrat 36% Research 2000 10/26-29/09 2%
Republican 41% Democrat 47% YouGov-Polimetrix 10/25-27/09 4.7%
Republican 42% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 10/19-25/09 2%
Republican 28% Democrat 37% Research 2000 10/19-22/09 2%
Republican 36% Democrat 45% YouGov-Polimetrix 10/18-20/09 4.8%
Republican 29% Democrat 40% Independent 22% Public Policy Polling 10/16-19/09 3.5%
Republican 40% Democrat 48%
Republican 39% Democrat 51% TNS 10/15-18/09 3.1%
Republican 42% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 10/12-18/09 2%
Republican 29% Democrat 35% Research 2000 10/12-15/09 2%
Republican 41% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 10/5-11/09 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 46% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 10/6-11/09 4.4%
Republican 28% Democrat 34% Research 2000 10/5-8/09 2%
Republican 33% Democrat 46% other 1% CBS News 10/5-8/09 3.4%
Republican 34% Democrat 42% other 5% Ipsos 10/1-5/09 2.7%
Republican 42% Democrat 47% Gallup 10/1-4/09 3.1%
Republican 44% Democrat 46% 3.3% RV
Republican 43% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 9/28-10/4/09 2%
Republican 29% Democrat 35% Research 2000 9/28-10/1/09 2%
Republican 41% Democrat 48% YouGov-Polimetrix 9/27-29/09 4.7%
Republican 42% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 9/21-27/09 2%
Republican 27% Democrat 33% Research 2000 9/21-24/09 2%
Republican 35% Democrat 46% YouGov-Polimetrix 9/20-22/09 5%
Republican 30% Democrat 43% Franklin & Marshall College 9/15-21/09 3/3%
Republican 42% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 9/14-20/09 2%
Republican 28% Democrat 34% Research 2000 9/14-17/09 2%
Republican 42% Democrat 46% other 3% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 9/12-16/09 3% LV
Republican 38% Democrat 46% YouGov-Polimetrix 9/13-15/09 4.8%
Republican 32% Democrat 40% Selzer & Co. 9/10-14/09 3.1%
Republican 41% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 9/7-13/09 2%
Republican 28% Democrat 33% Research 2000 9/7-9/10/09 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 8/31-9/6/09 2%
Republican 29% Democrat 32% Research 2000 8/31-9/3/09 2%
Republican 40% Democrat 49% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 8/30-9/1/09 3.3%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% other 2%
Republican 37% Democrat 41% YouGov-Polimetrix 8/30-9/1/09 4.8%
Republican 34% Democrat 42% other 5% Ipsos 8/27-31/09 3%
Republican 43% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 8/24-30/09 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 41% Public Policy Polling 8/27-30/09 4%
Challenger 33% Incumbent 47%
Republican 28% Democrat 34% Research 2000 8/24-27/09 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 45% other / undecided 10% Princeton Survey Research Assoc. 8/20-27/09 2.4%
Republican 36% Democrat 36% On Message Inc. (R) 8/25-26/09 2.8%
Republican 38% Democrat 41% YouGov-Polimetrix 8/23-25/09 4.9%
Republican 43% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 8/17-23/09 2%
Republican 29% Democrat 35% Research 2000 8/17-20/09 2%
Republican 37% Democrat 44% YouGov-Polimetrix 8/16-18/09 4.8%
Republican 43% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 8/10-16/09 2%
Republican 28% Democrat 36% Research 2000 8/10-13/09 2%
Republican 36% Democrat 46% YouGov-Polimetrix 8/9-11/09 4.9%
Republican 42% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 8/3-9/09 2%
Republican 29% Democrat 37% Research 2000 8/3-6/09 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 7/27-8/2/09 1%
Republican 29% Democrat 39% Research 2000 7/27-30/09 2%
Republican 40% Democrat 48% YouGov-Polimetrix 7/26-28/09 4.9%
Republican 39% Democrat 46% Hart / McInturff 7/24-27/09 3.1%
Republican 42% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 7/20-26/09 1%
Republican 43% Democrat 42% other 3% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) / Public Opinion Strategies (R), 7/22-26/09 3.4%
Republican 29% Democrat 40% Research 2000 7/20-23/09 2.0%
Republican 40% Democrat 43% Tarrance Group (R) / Lake Research (D) 7/19-23/09 3.1%
Republican 42% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 7/13-19/09 1%
Republican 28% Democrat 42% Research 2000 7/13-17/09 2.0%
Republican 32% Democrat 39% Neither 7% Diageo / Hotline 7/9-13/09 3.5%
Republican 40% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 7/6-12/09 1%
Republican 44% Democrat 50% Gallup 7/10-12/09 3.2% RV
Republican 42% Democrat 49% 3.1%
Republican 28% Democrat 41% Research 2000 7/6-9/09 2.0%
Republican 41% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 6/29-7/5/09 1%
Republican 29% Democrat 42% other 2% Research 2000 6/29-7/2/09 2.0%
Republican 34% Democrat 42% other 2% Quinnipiac Univ. 6/23-29/09 1.8%
Republican 41% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 6/22-28/09 1%
Republican 39% Democrat 41% Rasmussen Reports 6/15-21/09 1%
Republican 39% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 6/8-14/09 1%
Republican 40% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 6/1-7/09 1%
Republican 30% Democrat 39% neither 5% Diageo / Hotline 6/4-7/09 3.5%
Republican 38% Democrat 44% YouGov / Polimetrix 5/31-6/2/09 5.2%
Republican 32% Democrat 42% other 2% Quinnipiac Univ. 5/26-6/1/09 1.8%
Not vote 1%
Republican 40% Democrat 50% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 5/28-6/1/09 3.3%
Republican 37% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 5/25-31/09 1%
Republican 38% Democrat 41% Rasmussen Reports 5/18-24/09 1%
Republican 40% Democrat 45% YouGov / Polimetrix 5/17-19/09 5.2%
Republican 39% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 5/11-17/09 1%
Republican 44% Democrat 46% other 3% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner 5/10-12/09 3.4%
Republican 40% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 5/4-10/09 1%
Republican 35% Democrat 42% Moore Information (R) 5/5-7/09 3.5%
Republican 40% Democrat 46% YouGov / Polimetrix 5/3-5/09 5.2%
Republican 40% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 4/27-5/3/09 1%
Republican 40% Democrat 47% YouGov / Polimetrix 4/26-28/09 5.2%
Republican 34% Democrat 41% other 1% Quinnipiac Univ. 4/21-27/09 2.2%
Republican 41% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 4/20-26/09 1%
Republican 40% Democrat 50% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner 4/22-26/09 3.4%
Republican 31% Democrat 39% Neither 6% Diageo / Hotline 4/23-26/09 3.5%
Republican 42% Democrat 49% other 3% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 4/16-21/09 2.5%
Probably vote another 18%
Definitely vote another 19%
Probably re-elect Democrat 24%
Definitely re-elect Democrat 15%
Depends / undecided 23%
Probably re-elect Republican 20%
Definitely re-elect Republican 20%
Probably vote another 25%
Definitely vote another 14%
Depends / undecided 21%
Republican 37% Democrat 41% Public Opinion Strategies (R) 4/19-21/09 3.5%
Republican 39% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 4/13-19/09 1%
Republican 38% Democrat 49% RT Strategies 4/8-11/09 3.4%
Republican 38% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 4/6-12/09 1%
Republican 39% Democrat 42% Public Opinion Strategies (R) 4/7-9/09 3.5%
Republican 39% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 3/30-4/5/09 1%
Republican 32% Democrat 37% Neither 9% Diageo / Hotline 3/26-29/09 3.5%
Republican 43% Democrat 48% other 1% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 3/25-29/09 3.3%
Republican 38% Democrat 42% Rasmussen Reports 3/23-29/09 1%
Republican 38% Democrat 41% Rasmussen Reports 3/16-22/09 1%
Republican 41% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 3/9-15/09 1%
Republican 42% Democrat 42% Public Opinion Strategies (R) / Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 3/10-12, 14/09 3.5%
Republican 38% Democrat 42% Rasmussen Reports 3/2-8/09 1%
Republican 34% Democrat 40% Neither 7% Diageo / Hotline 2/28-3/2/09 3.5%
Republican 39% Democrat 41% Rasmussen Reports 2/23-3/1/09 1%
Republican 37% Democrat 41% Rasmussen Reports 2/16-22/09 1%
Republican 39% Democrat 41% Rasmussen Reports 2/9-15/09 1%
Republican 39% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 2/2-8/09 1%
Republican 38% Democrat 42% Rasmussen Reports 1/26-2/1/09 1%
Republican 35% Democrat 42% Rasmussen Reports 1/19-25/09 1%
Republican 22% Democrat 46% Neither 5% Diageo / Hotline 1/21-24/09 3.5%
Republican 39% Democrat 51% other 1% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 1/14-19/09 3.1%
Republican 35% Democrat 42% Rasmussen Reports 1/12-18/09 1%
Republican 36% Democrat 42% Rasmussen Reports 1/5-11/09 1%

2012 Presidential Polls
Last Updated on December 10, 2009
Race Republican Democrat Others Pollster Dates MoE
President Pawlenty 35% Obama 48% Public Policy Polling (D) 12/4-7/09 2.8%
Palin 44% Obama 50%
Romney 42% Obama 47%
Huckabee 45% Obama 46%
Romney 44% Obama 44% other 6% Rasmussen Reports 11/24/09 3.5%
Huckabee 41% Obama 45% other 6%
Palin 43% Obama 46% other 9%
Romney 34% Obama 42% Dobbs (I) 14%
Huckabee 36% Obama 42% Dobbs (I) 12%
Palin 37% Obama 44% Dobbs (I) 12%
Republican 41% Definitely Obama 24%
Consider Obama 31%
Washington Post 11/19-23/09 2.7%
Palin 17%
Huckabee 10%
Romney 9%
McCain 7%
Gingrich 2%
Jindal 1%
Paul 1%
Giuliani 1%
Pawlenty 1%
Crist --
Barbour --
Bush --
other 8%
Washington Post 11/19-23/09 3.5%
Romney 37% Obama 47% Dobbs 5% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 11/12-16/09 3.1% RV
Nader 4%
other 2%
Romney 38% Obama 45% Dobbs 6% 3.4% LV
Nader 4%
other 2%
Paul 38% Obama 46% Public Policy Polling (D) 11/13-15/09 3%
Palin 38% Obama 51%
Romney 43% Obama 48%
Huckabee 44% Obama 49%
Won't Vote for 49% Obama 45% Rasmussen Reports 10/27-28/09 3%
Pawlenty 30% Obama 50% Public Policy Polling (D) 10/16-19/09 3.5%
Palin 40% Obama 52%
Romney 40% Obama 48%
Huckabee 43% Obama 47%
Huckabee 32%
Palin 25%
Romney 21%
Pawlenty 5%
other 10%
Opinion Research Corp. 10/16-18/09 4.5%
Huckabee 29%
Romney 24%
Palin 18%
Giuliani 14%
Pawlenty 4%
other 6%
Rasmussen Reports 10/15/09 4%
Huckabee 44%
Romney 39%
Huckabee 55%
Palin 35%
Romney 52%
Palin 37%
Definitely another 34%
Probably another 14%
Definitely Obama 26%
Probably Obama 17%
Opinion Dynamics 10/13-14/09 3.3%
Bush 37% Obama 50% Public Policy Polling (D) 9/18-21/09 3.9%
Huckabee 41% Obama 48%
Palin 38% Obama 53%
Romney 39% Obama 48%
Palin 34% Obama 53% Clarus Research Group 8/14-18/09 3.1%
Gingrich 34% Obama 52%
Romney 38% Obama 47%
Huckabee 38% Obama 48%
Romney 30%
Huckabee 22%
Palin 18%
Gingrich 15%
Jindal 4%
other 2%
5.2%
Palin 38% Obama 52% Public Policy Polling 8/14-17/09 3.3%
Gingrich 41% Obama 49%
Romney 40% Obama 47%
McCain 42% Obama 48%
Huckabee 44% Obama 47%
Palin 33% Obama 56% Marist College 8/3-6/09 3.5%
Romney 21%
Palin 20%
Huckabee 19%
Gingrich 10%
Jindal 5%
Pawlenty 1%
5%
Palin 39% Clinton 51% other 7% Rasmussen Reports 7/30-31/09 3%
Romney 22%
Huckabee 21%
Palin 17%
Giuliani 13%
Gingrich 9%
Jindal 3%
Bush 1%
Pawlenty 1%
other 1%
Sanford <1%
Opinion Dynamics 7/21-22/09 5.6%
Huckabee 26%
Romney 21%
Palin 19%
Gingrich 10%
Pawlenty 4%
Bush 3%
Jindal 2%
Barbour 1%
Thune <1%
Crist <1%
other 2%
TNS 7/15-18/09 4.9%
Romney 45% Obama 45% Rasmussen Reports 7/16-17/09 3%
Palin 42% Obama 48%
Palin 43% Obama 51% Public Policy Polling (D) 7/15-16/09 4.1%
Gingrich 42% Obama 50%
Huckabee 42% Obama 48%
Romney 40% Obama 49%
Romney 26%
Palin 21%
Huckabee 19%
Gingrich 14%
Pawlenty 3%
Barbour 2%
other 4%
Gallup 7/10-12/09 3.1%
Romney 25%
Palin 24%
Huckabee 22%
Gingrich 14%
Barbour 1%
Pawlenty 1%
other 6%
Rasmussen Reports 7/6/09 3.6%
Gingrich 41% Obama 49% Public Policy Polling 6/12-16/09 3.9%
Huckabee 43% Obama 50%
Palin 40% Obama 52%
Romney 40% Obama 48%
Definitely another 24%
Probably another 7%
Definitely Obama 31%
Probably Obama 16%
Too early to decide 18% Diageo / Hotline 6/4-7/09 3.5%
Huckabee 22%
Palin 21%
Romney 21%
Gingrich 13%
Bush 6%
other 10%
Opinion Research Corp. 5/14-17/09 4.5%
Gingrich 36% Obama 53% Public Policy Polling 5/14-18/09 3.1%
Huckabee 39% Obama 52%
Palin 37% Obama 56%
Romney 35% Obama 53%
Giuliani 16%
Huckabee 15%
Romney 14%
Palin 9%
Gingrich 7%
Bush 3%
Sanford 3%
Jindal 2%
other 10%
Opinion Dynamics 5/12-13/09 3.3%
Definitely another 26%
Probably another 6%
Definitely Obama 31%
Probably Obama 14%
Too early to decide 18% Diageo / Hotline 4/23-26/09 3.5%
Definitely another 23%
Probably another 8%
Definitely Obama 37%
Probably Obama 15%
Opinion Dynamics 4/22-23/09 3.3%
vote to replace 24%
consider another 22%
Obama 42% Public Opinion Strategies (R) 4/19-21/09 3.5%
Gingrich 39% Obama 52% Public Policy Polling 4/17-19/09 3.7%
Huckabee 42% Obama 49%
Palin 41% Obama 53%
Romney 39% Obama 50%
another 39% Obama 50% RT Strategies 4/8-11/09 3.4%
Palin 34% Obama 55% Public Policy Polling 3/13-15/09 3.7%
Palin 29%
Huckabee 26%
Romney 21%
Jindal 9%
Other 10%
None 4%
Opinion Research Corp. 2/18-19/09 4.7%

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