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2010 Governor Races
Governor Polls Last Updated on November 2, 2010
Blue
Democratic Take Over
Cyan
Democrats Retention
Purple
Toss Up
Dark Green
Independent
Pink
Republican Retention
Red
Republican Take Over
No Governor Race in Gray States
Alabama: 
Bentley (R) 48% Sparks (D) 35%
USA Polling Group 10/6-21/10 3.5% Alaska: 
Parnell (R) 54% Berkowitz (D) 43%  
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 2.5% 

Parnell 52% Berkowitz 40% Toien (L) 3% 
Dittman Research (R) 10/23-28/10 4.8% 

Parnell 62% Berkowitz 36% 
Opinion Research Corp. 10/15-19/10 3%

Parnell 52% Berkowitz 39% other 5% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/13/10 4.5% Arizona: 
Brewer (R) 53% Goddard (D) 39% other 7% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/28/10 4.5% 

Brewer 52% Goddard 44%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/23-24/10 3.8% 

Brewer 51% Goddard 34% Hess (L) 3% 
Moore Information (R) 10/12-13/10 4.4% 

Brewer 38% Goddard 35% 
Hess 3% Gist (G) 3% 
Behavior Research Center 10/1-10/10 4.2% Arkansas: 
Keet (R) 38% Beebe (D) 60% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/28/10 4.5% 

Keet 33% Beebe 59% Lendall (G) 1% 
Mason-Dixon 10/15-19/10 3.9% 

Keet 35% Beebe 62% 
Opinion Research Corp. 10/15-19/10 3.5%

Keet 34% Beebe 50% Lendall (G) 4% 
Hendrix College 10/14/10 2.2% California: 
Whitman (R) 46% Brown (D) 51%  
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/29-31/10 3.3% 

Whitman 37% Brown 48% 
SurveyUSA 10/26-31/10 4.1% 

Whitman 40.8% Brown 50.6% 
YouGov 10/28-31/10 4.4%

Whitman 45% Brown 49% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/27/10 4% 

Whitman 44% Brown 43%  
McLaughlin & Assoc. (R)  10/25-27/10 3.3% 

Whitman 43% Brown 43%
Hill Research Consultants (R)  10/26-27/10 4% Colorado: 
Maes (R) 8% Hickenlooper (D) 48% Tancredo (C) 43% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3% 

Maes 6% Hickenlooper 47% Tancredo 44% 
Pulse Opinion Research  10/30/10 3% 

Maes 9% Hickenlooper 47% Tancredo 40% 
YouGov 10/25-28/10 3.3%

Maes 7% Hickenlooper 47% Tancredo 43% 
Marist/McClatchy 10/26-28/10 4% 

Hickenlooper 47% Tancredo 42% 
Maes 5% other 6% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/28/10 4% Connecticut: 
Foley (R) 48% Malloy (D) 45% 
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/25-31/10 3.2% 

Foley 48% Malloy 46% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/31/10 4.5% 

Foley 49% Malloy D) 47%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/27-29/10 3.6% 

Foley 44% Malloy 48% 
YouGov 10/25-28/10 3.5%

Foley 45.1% Malloy 45.1% 
Merriman River Group 10/24-26/10 2.3% Delaware: Next Governor Election in 2012 District of Columbia: 
Gray 45% Fenty 38%
Clarus Research Group 9/7/10 4.4% 

Gray 50% Fenty 39%
Public Policy Polling (D) 8/30-9/1/10 3.5% 

Gray 53% Fenty 36% 
Abt SRBI 8/19-26/10 4% Florida: 
Scott (R) 46% Sink (D) 49% other 5% 
Susquehanna (R) 10/29-31/10 2.5% 

Scott 43% Sink 44% other 4% 
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/25-31/10 3.2% 

Scott 47% Sink 48%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3.5% 

Scott 45% Sink 45%
YouGov 10/28-31/10 5.5% 

Scott 43% Sink 46% other 4% 
Mason-Dixon 10/25-27/10 4% Georgia: 
Deal (R) 47% Barnes (D) 40% Monds (L) 6% 
Mason-Dixon 10/26-28/10 4% 

Deal 46.9% Barnes 41.1% Monds 4.8% 
InsiderAdvantage / Majority Opinion Research 10/24/10 2% 

Deal 49% Barnes 39% Monds 5% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/24/10 4% 

Deal 49% Barnes 39% Monds 8% 
SurveyUSA 10/21-24/10 4.1% 

Deal 47% Barnes 39% Monds 4% 
Landmark Communications 10/19/10 1.7% Hawaii: 
Aiona (R) 44.5% Abercrombie 49.5% 
Merriman River Group 10/23/10 2.9% 

Aiona 43% Abercrombie 51%
Ward Research 10/12-18/10 4% 

Aiona 47% Abercrombie 49% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/13/10 4.5% 

Aiona 44% Abercrombie 47% 
Aloha Vote 10/11/10 2.9% 

Aiona 47% Abercrombie 49% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/2-3/10 2.7% Idaho: 
Otter (R) 53% Allred (D) 35%
Greg Smith & Assoc. (R) 10/28-30/10 4.9% 

Otter 52% Allred 30% 
Kemp (I) 5% Dunlap (L) 4% Pro-Life (I) 1% 
Mason-Dixon 10/20-22/10 3.9% Illinois: 
Brady (R) 45% Quinn (D) 40% 
Cohen (I) 4% Whitney (G) 5% Green (L) 2% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3.4% 

Brady 44% Quinn 38% 
Cohen 6% Whitney 4% 
Pulse Opinion Research  10/30/10 3% 

Brady 47% Quinn 40%
YouGov 10/25-30/10 3.5%

Brady 43% Quinn 39% 
Cohen 5% Whitney 4% Green 2% 
Market Shares Corp 10/18-22/10 3.7% 

Brady 44% Quinn 40% 
Cohen 4% Whitney 4% Green 1% 
Mason-Dixon 10/18-20/10 4% Indiana: Next Governor Election in 2012 Iowa: 
Branstad (R) 50% Culver (D) 38% other 5% 
Selzer & Co. 10/26-29/10 3.5% 

Branstad 46% Culver 40%
Global Strategy Group (D) 10/22-25/10 4% Kansas: 
Brownback (R) 59% Holland (D) 32% 
Gary (L) 4% Cannon (Rfm) 3% 
SurveyUSA 10/22-26/10 4.2% Kentucky: Next Governor Election in 2011
Beshear (D) 44% Williams (R) 35%  
Beshear (D) 45% Moffett (R) 26% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/28-30/10 3.1% Louisiana: Next Governor Election in 2011 Maine: 
LePage (R) 39% Mitchell (D) 24% Cutler (I) 29% 
Moody (I) 4% Scott (I) 1% 
Maine People's Resource Center  10/28-30/10 4.2% 

LePage 40% Mitchell 24% Cutler 28% 
Moody 4% Scott 1% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/26-28/10 2.3% 

LePage 34% Mitchell 23% 
Cutler 28% Moody 5% 
Frederick Polls LLC (D) 10/25-27/10 4% 

LePage 40% Mitchell 26% Cutler 26% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/26/10 4.5% 

LePage 32% Mitchell 20% Cutler 19% 
Moody 5% Scott 1% 
Critical Insights 10/13-17/10 4% Maryland: 
Ehrlich (R) 42% O'Malley (D) 52% other 2% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/24/10 4% 

Ehrlich 40% O'Malley 54% other 3% 
Abt SRBI 10/19-22/10 2.5% 

Ehrlich 38% O'Malley 52% 
OpinionWorks 10/15-20/10 3.5% 

Ehrlich 42% O'Malley 47% 
Allwine (G) 2% Knowles (C) 1% Gaztanaga (L) 1% 
Gonzales Research 10/11-16/10 3.5% Massachusetts: 
Baker (R) 37% Patrick (D) 42% 
Cahill (I) 11% Stein (G) 3% 
Western New England College 10/24-28/10 5%

Baker 44% Patrick 46% 
Cahill 6% other 3% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/27/10 4% 

Baker 40% Patrick 40% 
Cahill 10% Stein (G) 3% 
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/26-27/10 3.5% 

Baker 39% Patrick 46% 
Cahill 9% Stein 2% 
Suffolk Univ. 10/25-27/10 4.4% 

Baker 39% Patrick 43% 
Cahill 8% Stein 2% 
Univ. of NH 10/17-22/10 4.3% Michigan: 
Snyder (R) 53% Bernero (D) 35%
Glengariff Group Inc 10/25-26/10 4% 

Snyder 55% Bernero 37% 
EPIC/MRA 10/213-26/10 4% 

Snyder 50% Bernero 36% 
Rossman Group / Team Telcom 10/18/10 5.6% 

Snyder 54% Bernero 34% other 4% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/17/10 4.5% Minnesota: 
Emmer (R) 40% Dayton (D) 43% Horner (Ind) 15% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/27-29/10 2.2% 

Emmer 38% Dayton 39% Horner 13% 
SurveyUSA 10/24-27/10 4% 

Emmer 29% Dayton 41% Horner 11% 
Humphrey Institute 10/21-25/10 3.6% 

Emmer 40% Dayton 40% Horner 13% 
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/24-25/10 4.4% Mississippi: Next Governor Election in 2011 Missouri: Next Governor Election in 2012 Montana: Next Governor Election in 2012 Nebraska: 
Heineman (R) 66% Meister (D) 24% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/7/10 4.5% Nevada: 
Sandoval (R) 55% Reid (D) 44%  
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3.8% 

Sandoval 56% Reid 40% 
YouGov 10/25-30/10 3.7%

Sandoval 54% Reid 38% 
other 2% None of These 2% 
Mason-Dixon 10/25-27/10 4% 

Sandoval 58% Reid 34% None of These 6%
Opinion Research 10/20-26/10 3.5%

Sandoval 58% Reid 35% other 5% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/25/10 4% New Hampshire: 
Stephen (R) 41% Lynch (D) 49% Babiarz (L) 2% 
Univ. of NH 10/27-31/10 3.3% 

Stephen 44% Lynch 53%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/27-29/10 2.7% 

Stephen 45% Lynch 51% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/27/10 4% 

Stephen 41% Lynch 51% Babiarz 1% 
American Research Group 10/3-5/10 4% 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: 
Martinez (R) 52% Denish (D) 42%
Research and Polling Inc. 10/27-28/10 3% 

Martinez 52% Denish 42% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/24/10 4% 

Martinez (R) 50% Denish (D) 42%
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/20-21, 23-24/10 3.5% 

Martinez 46% Denish 45%
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 10/20-24/10 4% 

Martinez 54% Denish 42%
SurveyUSA 10/12-14/10 3.9% New York: 
Paladino (R) 29.1% Cuomo (D) 56.2% other 5.8%
YouGov 10/28-31/10 5.4%

Paladino 33% Cuomo 58%
Siena College 10/27-30/10 4% 

Paladino 33% Cuomo 55% other 9% 
SurveyUSA 10/25-28/10 4.3% 

Paladino 35% Cuomo 55% other 4% 
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/18-24/10 3.8% 

Paladino 37% Cuomo 60% 
Marist College 10/18-20/10 4.4% North Carolina: Next Governor Election in 2012 
McCrory (R) 46% Perdue (D) 37% 
Tel Opinion Research (R) 6/15-18/10 4% North Dakota: Next Governor Election in 2012 Ohio: 
Kasich (R) 52% Strickland (D) 47.7% 
Univ. of Cincinnati 10/27-31/10 3.2% 

Kasich 47.7% Strickland 44.9% 
YouGov 10/28-31/10 4.1%

Kasich 49% Strickland 48%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/28-30/10 2.7% 

Kasich 48% Strickland 44% 
Pulse Opinion Research 10/30/10 3.5% 

Kasich 47% Strickland 46% 
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/25-30/10 3.4% Oklahoma: 
Fallin (R) 55% Askins (D) 36%
Tarrance Group (R) 10/24-26/10 4% 

Fallin 56% Askins 38%
SoonerPoll.com 10/18-23/10 3.6% Oregon: 
Dudley (R) 43% Kitzhaber (D) 46% 
Hibbitts, Davis & Midghall 10/30-31/10 4% 

Dudley 41% Kitzhaber 48% 
Kord (C) 1% Wagner (L) 1% 
SurveyUSA 10/23-28/10 4.2% 

Dudley 45% Kitzhaber 49% 
Wagner 2% Kord 1% 
Grove Insight (D) 10/22-24/10 4.5% 

Dudley 49% Kitzhaber 46% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/25/10 4% 

Dudley 44% Kitzhaber 45% 
Elway 10/18-19/10 4.4% Pennsylvania: 
Corbett (R) 49% Onorato (D) 42%  
Muhlenberg College  10/28-31/10 4.5% 

Corbett 52% Onorato 45%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3.5% 

Corbett 51.1% Onorato 40.3% 
YouGov 10/28-31/10 5.4%

Corbett 52% Onorato 42%  
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/25-30/10 2.8% Rhode Island: 
Chafee (I) 32.8% Caprio (D) 26.2% 
Robitaille (R) 25.5% Block (Mod) 4.1% 
Flemings & Assoc. 10/21-25/10 4.4% 

Chafee 35% Robitaille 28% 
Caprio 25% Block 2% 
Quest Research 10/18-20/10 4% 

Caprio 28% Chafee 35% 
Robitaille 25% Block 6% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/21/10 4% South Carolina: 
Haley (R) 50.9% Sheheen (D) 37.2% Reeves (G) 3% 
InsiderAdvantge 10/19/10 3.3% 

Haley 47% Sheheen 38% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/19/10 4.5% 

Haley 43% Sheheen 41% 
Crantford & Assoc. 10/18/10 3.8% 

Haley 46% Sheheen 37% 
Winthrop Univ. 10/5-10/10 3.6% 

Haley 49% Sheheen 44% 
Hamilton Campaigns (D) 10/1-4/10 4.4% South Dakota: 
Daugaard (R) 43% Heidepriem (D) 40%
Nielson Brothers Polling 10/20-22/10 3.8% 

Daugaard 54% Heidepriem 35%
Mason-Dixon 10/20-21/10 3.5% 

Daugaard 55% Heidepriem 36% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/20/10 4.5% 

Daugaard 45% Heidepriem 32% 
RMA Research (D) 10/11-14/10 4.9% Tennessee: 
Haslam (R) 59% McWherter (D) 31% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/7/10 4.5% 

Haslam 55% McWherter 24% 
Crawford Johnson and Northcott 9/16-17/10 4% Texas: 
Perry (R) 53% White (D) 44%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/26-28/10 4.1% 

Perry 49% White 37% 
Glass (L) 2% Shafto (G) 3% 
Blum & Weprin Associates 10/22-27/10 3.8% 

Perry 51% White 42% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/21/10 4% 

Perry 50% White 40% 
Glass 8% Shafto 2% 
Univ. of Texas 10/11-18/10 3.5% Utah: Next Governor Election in 2012
Special Election
Herbert (R) 63% Corroon (D) 29% 
Anderson (I) 2% McCullough (L) 1% 
Dan Jones & Assoc. (R) 10/25-28/10 3% 

Herbert 50% Corroon 45%
Mason-Dixon 10/25-28/10 4% 

Lee 61% Granato 28% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/13/10 4.5% Vermont: 
Dubie (R) 45% Shumlin (D) 50% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/28/10 4% 

Dubie (R) 44% Shumlin (D) 43% Mitchell (LU) 1% 
Ericson (M) 1% Feliciano (I) 1% 
Peyton (I) 1% Steele (I) 1% 
Mason-Dixon 10/11-13/10 4% 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: Next Governor Election in 2012 West Virginia: Next Governor Election in 2012
Special Election
Capito (R) 43% Tomblin (D) 29% 
Capito (R) 44% Thompson (D) 29% 
Capito (R) 44% Perdue (D) 32% 
Capito (R) 40% Tennant (D) 37% 
Ireland (R) 26% Tomblin (D) 34% 
Ireland (R) 38% Thompson (D) 32% 
Ireland (R) 27% Perdue (D) 37% 
Ireland (R) 24% Tennant (D) 44% 
R.L. Repass & Partners 7/26-8/2/10 5% Wisconsin: 
Walker (R) 53% Barrett (D) 43%
YouGov 10/25-30/10 3.4% 

Walker 53% Barrett 44%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/26-28/10 2.6% 

Walker 51% Barrett 44%
Marist/McClatchy 10/26-28/10 4.5% 

Walker 52% Barrett 42% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/25/10 4% 

Walker 47% Barrett 45%
Mellman Group (D) 10/18-20/10 4% Wyoming: 
Mead (R) 61% Petersen (D) 25% other 5% 
Rasmussen Reports 9/30/10 4.5%
2010 U.S. Senate Races
Senate Polls Last Updated on November 2, 2010
Blue
Democratic Take Over
Cyan
Democrats Retention
Purple
Toss Up
Dark Green
Write-In
Pink
Republican Retention
Red
Republican Take Over
No Senate Race in Gray States
Alabama: 
Shelby (R) 58% Barnes (D) 30% 
Rasmussen Reports 9/21/10 4.5% Alaska: 
Miller (R) 37% Adams (D) 30% Murkowski (WI) 30% 
Haase (L) 0% Carter (I) 0% Gianoutsos (I) 0% other (WI) 1% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 2.5% 

Miller 27% Adams 26% Write-in Candidate 25% 
Hays Research 10/29-31/10 4.4% 

Miller 27% Murkowski 37% Adams 23% 
Dittman Research (R) 10/23-28/10 4.8% 

Miller 29% Adams 23% Murkowski 44% 
Hellenthal & Assoc. (R) 10/25-27/10 4.9% 

Miller 37% Murkowski (WI) 37% Adams 23% 
Opinion Research Corp. 10/15-19/10 3% Arizona: 
McCain (R) 52% Glassman (D) 32% other 9% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/28/10 4.5% 

McCain 56% Glassman 38% 
Public Public Polling (D) 10/23-24/10 3.8% 

McCain 49% Glassman 21% 
Noland (L) 3% Joslyn (G) 2% 
Behavior Research Center 10/1-10/10 4.2% Arkansas: 
Boozman (R) 55% Lincoln (D) 36% other 5% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/28/10 4.5% 

Boozman 54% Lincoln 35%
Univ. of AR 10/8-20/10 4.1% 

Boozman 55% Lincoln 41% 
Opinion Research Corp. 10/15-19/10 3.5%

Boozman 55% Lincoln 34% 
Drown (I) 4% Gray (G) 2% 
Mason-Dixon 10/18-19/10 4% 

Boozman 49% Lincoln 36% 
Drown (I) 4% Gray (G) 4% 
Hendrix College 10/14/10 2.2% California: 
Fiorina (R) 46% Boxer (D) 50%  
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/29-31/10 3.3% 

Fiorina 38% Boxer 46% 
SurveyUSA 10/26-31/10 4.1% 

Fiorina 45.0% Boxer 48.8%
YouGov 10/28-31/10 4.4%

Fiorina 41% Boxer 49%  
Field Research 10/14-26/10 3.2% 

Fiorina 46% Boxer 49% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/27/10 4% Colorado: 
Buck (R) 49% Bennet (D) 48%  
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3% 

Buck 50% Bennet 46% 
Pulse Opinion Research  10/30/10 3% 

Buck 48% Bennet 49%
YouGov 10/25-28/10 3.3%

Buck 49% Bennet 45%
Marist/McClatchy 10/26-28/10 4% 

Buck 47% Bennet 46%
Opinion Research 10/20-26/10 3.5% Connecticut: 
McMahon (R) 44% Blumenthal (D) 53% 
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/25-31/10 3.2% 

McMahon 46% Blumenthal 53% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/31/10 4% 

McMahon 43% Blumenthal 54%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/27-29/10 3.6% 

McMahon 43% Blumenthal 52% 
YouGov 10/25-28/10 3.5%

McMahon 44% Blumenthal 52%
Merriman River Group 10/24-26/10 2.3% Delaware: 
O'Donnell (R) 41% Coons (D) 51%
Monmouth Univ. 10/25-27/10 2.9% 

O'Donnell (R) 36% Coons (D) 57%
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. 10/20-26/10 3.5% 

O'Donnell 40% Coons 51% other 5% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/14/10 4.5% 

O'Donnell 38% Coons 57% other 4% 
Opinion Research Corp. 10/8-12/10 3.5%

O'Donnell 33% Coons 54% other 5% 
SurveyUSA 10/11-12/10 2.1% District of Columbia: No Representation in U.S. Senate Florida: 
Rubio (R) 48% Meek (D) 20% Crist (I) 31% 
Susquehanna (R) 10/29-31/10 2.5% 

Rubio 45% Meek 18% Crist 31% other 1% 
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/25-31/10 3.2% 

Rubio 47% Meek 21% Crist 30% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3.5% 

Rubio 46% Meek 15% Crist 34% 
YouGov 10/28-31/10 5.5% 

Rubio 45% Meek 21% Crist 28% 
Mason-Dixon 10/25-27/10 4% Georgia: 
Isakson (R) 56% Thurmond (D) 33% Donovan (L) 4% 
Mason-Dixon 10/26-28/10 4% 

Isakson 59% Thurmond 29% Donovan 5% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/24/10 4% 

Isakson 58% Thurmond 34% Donovan 5% 
SurveyUSA 10/21-24/10 4.1% 

Isakson 56% Thurmond 35% Donovan 2% 
Landmark Communications 10/19/10 1.7% 

Isakson 61% Thurmond 29% Donovan 3% 
InsiderAdvantage 9/27/10 4.9% Hawaii: 
Cavasso (R) 40% Inouye (D) 53% 
Rasmussen Reports (D) 10/13/10 4/5% 

Cavasso 29% Inouye 65% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/2-3/10 2.7% Idaho: 
Crapo (R) 64% Sullivan (D) 20% Bergquist (C) 5% 
Mason-Dixon 10/20-22/10 3.9% Illinois: 
Kirk (R) 46% Giannoulias (D) 42% 
Jones (G) 3% Labno (L) 4% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3.4% 

Kirk 46% Giannoulias 42% Jones (G) 6% 
Pulse Opinion Research 10/30/10 3% 

Kirk 44% Giannoulias 47% 
YouGov 10/25-30/10 3.5%

Kirk 37% Giannoulias 39% 
Jones 3% Labno 4% 
Anzalone Liszt Research (D)  10/27-28/10 4.9% 

Kirk 46% Giannoulias 42% 
Jones 5% other 5% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/26/10 4% Indiana: 
Coats (R) 54% Ellsworth (D) 32% Sink-Burris (L) 7% 
SurveyUSA 10/21-25/10 2.5% 

Coats 53% Ellsworth 35% Burris 5% 
EPIC/MRA 10/19-21/10 4.4% 

Coats 52% Ellsworth 34% other 5% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/20-21/10 4.5% Iowa: 
Grassley (R) 61% Conlin (D) 30% other 3% 
Selzer & Co. 10/26-29/10 3.5% 

Grassley 55% Conlin 37% 
Rasmussen Reports 9/23/10 4.5% Kansas: 
Moran (R) 66% Johnston (D) 26% 
Dann (L) 3% Bellis (Rfm) 3% 
SurveyUSA 10/22-26/10 4% Kentucky: 
Paul (R) 55% Conway 40%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/28-30/10 3.1% 

Paul 52% Conway 44% 
YouGov 10/25-28/10 3.4% LV 

Paul 46.5% Conway 39%
Braun Research 10/25-27/10 3.5% 

Paul 53% Conway 41% other 2% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/27/10 4% 

Paul 52% Conway 43%
SurveyUSA 10/24-27/10 4% Louisiana: 
Vitter (R) 50% Melancon (D) 38%
Clarus Research Group 10/21-24/10 4% 

Vitter 52.1% Melancon 34.8% other 4.4%
Magellan Strategies 10/24/10 2.7% 

Vitter 48% Melancon 45% 
Anzalone Liszt Research (D) 10/17-19/10 4% Maine: No Senate Election in 2010 Maryland: 
Wargotz (R) 38% Mikulski (D) 56% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/24/10 4% 

Wargotz 29% Mikulski 64% other 4% 
Abt SRBI 10/19-22/10 2.5% 

Wargotz 32% Mikulski 59%
OpinionWorks 10/15-20/10 3.5% 

Wargotz 38% Mikulski 55% 
Gonzales Research 10/11-16/10 3.5% Massachusetts: Special Senate Election in 2010
Brown (R) 48% Coakley (D) 48% Kennedy (L) 3%
Research 2000 1/15-17/10 4%

Brown 52% Coakley 45% Kennedy 2% 
American Research Group 1/15-17/10 4%

Brown 52.2% Coakley 43.1% Kennedy 1.9% 
Insider Advantage 1/17/10 3.5%

Brown 51.9% Coakley 42.3%
CrossTarget (R) 1/17/10 4.1%

Brown 51% Coakley 46%
Public Policy Polling 1/16-17/10 2.8%

Brown 50.8% Coakley 41.2% Kennedy 1.8% 
Merriman River Group 1/15/10 4.1%

Brown 50% Coakley 46% Kennedy 3% 
Suffolk University 1/11-13/10 4.4%

Brown 47% Coakley 49% Kennedy 3% 
Rasmussen Reports 1/11/10 3%

Brown 36% Coakley 53% Kennedy 5% 
Univ. of NH 1/2-6/10 4.2% Michigan: No Senate Election in 2010
2012 Election
Engler (R) 42% Stabenow (D) 41% 
Denno Noor Polling 3/2-5/10 4% Minnesota: No Senate Election in 2010 Mississippi: No Senate Election in 2010 Missouri: 
Blunt (R) 53.6% Carnahan (D) 42.5% 
YouGov 10/25-28/10 4.4

Blunt 54% Carnahan 41%
Missouri State Univ. 10/20-27/10 3.8% 

Blunt 49% Carnahan 40% 
Beck (C) 2% Dine (L) 1% 
Mason-Dixon 10/18-20/10 4% 

Blunt 52% Carnahan 43% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/19/10 4% 

Blunt 46% Carnahan 41% 
Dine 3% Beck 3% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/17-18/10 3.9% Montana: No Senate Election in 2010
2012 Election
Tester (D) 46% Rehberg (R) 48% 
Tester (D) 48% Daines (R) 37% 
Tester (D) 46% Livingstone (R) 35% 
Tester (D) 42% Racicot (R) 49% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 11/10-13/09 2.9% Nebraska: No Senate Election in 2010
2012 Senate
Heineman (R) 58% Nelson (D) 28% 
Magellan Strategies (R) 7/12/10 3.3% Nevada: 
Angle (R) 47% Reid (D) 46% Ashjian (Tea) 3% 
Fasano (IA) 1% Haines (I) 1% Holland (I) 0% 
Reeves (I) 0% Stand (I) 0% None of These 1% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3.8% 

Angle 48% Reid 45% 
other 5% None of These 2% 
Pulse Opinion Research 10/30/10 3% 

Angle 49% Reid 47% 
YouGov 10/25-30/10 3.7%

Angle 49% Reid 45% 
Mason-Dixon 10/25-27/10 4% 

Angle 49% Reid 45%
Opinion Research 10/20-26/10 3.5% New Hampshire: 
Ayotte (R) 54% Hodes (D) 36% 
Blevens (L) 1% Booth (I) 1% 
Univ. of NH 10/27-31/10 3.3% 

Ayotte 56% Hodes 41%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/27-29/10 2.7 

Ayotte 56% Hodes 41% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/27/10 4.5% 

Ayotte 47% Hodes 42% 
Blevens 1% Booth 3% 
American Research Group 10/3-5/10 4% New Jersey: No Senate Election in 2010 New Mexico: No Senate Election in 2010 New York: 
Townsend (R) 33.8% Schumer (D) 60.0% other 1.7% 
YouGov 10/28-31/10 5.4%

Townsend 32% Schumer 64%
Siena College 10/27-30/10 4% 

Townsend 32% Schumer 62% 
SurveyUSA 10/25-28/10 4.3% 

DioGuardi 34.5% Gillibrand 58.1% other 0.4% 
YouGov 10/28-31/10 5.4%

DioGuardi 37% Gillibrand 57%
Siena College 10/27-30/10 4% 

DioGuardi 36% Gillibrand 56% 
SurveyUSA 10/25-28/10 4.3% North Carolina: 
Burr (R) 52% Marshall (D) 40% Beitler (L) 2% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/29-31/10 3.4% 

Burr 53% Marshall 38% Beitler 5% 
SurveyUSA 10/22-25/10 4.1% 

Burr 44% Marshall 34% Beitler 4% 
Tel Opinion Research 10/18-20/10 4% 

Burr 52% Marshall 38% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/12/10 4.5% 

Burr 45% Marshall 31% Beitler (L) 4% 
High Point Univ. (D) 9/25-30/10 5% North Dakota: 
Hoeven (R) 72% Potter (D) 25% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/20/10 4.5% Ohio: 
Portman (R) 60% Fisher (D) 39.2% 
Univ. of Cincinnati 10/27-31/10 3.2% 

Portman 51.5% Fisher 38.9% 
YouGov 10/28-31/10 4.1%

Portman 57% Fisher 39%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/28-30/10 2.7% 

Portman 56% Fisher 37% 
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/25-30/10 3.4% 

Portman 56% Fisher 40%
Columbia Dispatch 10/20-29/10 2.3% Oklahoma: 
Coburn (R) 62% Rogers (D) 22% 
Dwyer (I) 1% Wallace (I) 1% 
SoonerPoll.com 10/3-7/10 5.2% 

Coburn 68% Rogers 26% 
Rasmussen Reports 9/23/10 4.5% Oregon: 
Huffman (R) 42% Wyden (D) 53% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/25/10 4% 

Huffman 40% Wyden 56% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/16-17/10 2.8% 

Huffman 34% Wyden 56% 
Cronk (WF) 2% Delphine (L) 2% Staggenborg (Pr) 2% 
SurveyUSA 10/12-14/10 3.9% Pennsylvania: 
Toomey (R) 48% Sestak (D) 44%  
Muhlenberg College 10/28-31/10 4.5% 

Toomey 51% Sestak 46%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 3.5% 

Toomey 47.6% Sestak 43.5%
YouGov 10/28-31/10 5.4%

Toomey 50% Sestak 45%  
Quinnipiac Univ. 10/25-30/10 2.8% Rhode Island: No Senate Election in 2010 South Carolina: 
DeMint (R) 58% Greene (D) 21% other 15% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/19/10 4.5% 

DeMint 58% Greene 11% Clements (G) 12% 
Winthrop Univ. 10/5-10/10 3.6% 

DeMint 56% Greene 23% 
Crantford & Assoc. 9/30/10 3.9% South Dakota: 
Thune (R) 56% Democrat 33%
Public Policy Polling (D) 12/10-13/09 3.7% Tennessee: No Senate Election in 2010 Texas: No Senate Election in 2010
Dewhurst (R) 13% White (D) 13% Sharp (D) 10%
Shapiro (R) 3% M. Williams (R) 3% Jones (R) 2%
R. Williams (R) 1% 
YouGov / Polimetrix 10/20-27/09 3.5% Utah: 
Lee (R) 57% Granato (D) 30% Bradley (C) 5% 
Dan Jones & Assoc. (R) 10/25-28/10 3% 

Lee 48% Granato 32% Bradley 5% 
Mason-Dixon 10/25-28/10 3.9% 

Lee 61% Granato 28% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/13/10 4.5% Vermont: 
Britton (R) 27% Leahy (D) 62% Diamondstone (S) 1% 
Ericson (M) 1% Cain (I) 1% 
Freilich (I) 1% Nunes (I) <1% 
Mason-Dixon 10/11-13/10 4% Virginia: No Senate Election in 2010
Allen 44% Webb 43%
Public Policy Polling 7/31-8/3/09 4.1% Washington: 
Rossi (R) 50% Murray (D) 48%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/29-31/10 2.2% 

Rossi 47% Murray 49% 
Pulse Opinion Research 10/30/10 3% 

Rossi 47% Murray 50% 
YouGov 10/25-30/10 3.4%

Rossi 48% Murray 49%
Marist/McClatchy 10/26-28/10 4% 

Rossi 45% Murray 51% 
Washington Poll 10/18-28/10 4.3% West Virginia: No Senate Election in 2010
Special Election
Raese (R) 46% Manchin (D) 51%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/30-31/10 2.4% 

Raese 46% Manchin 50% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/31/10 4% 

Raese 43% Manchin 48% other 3% 
Global Strategy Group (D) 10/17-20/10 3.5% 

Raese 39.8% Manchin 43.1% 
ccAdvertising 10/15/10 3% Wisconsin: 
Johnson (R) 52% Feingold (D) 46%
YouGov 10/25-30/10 3.4% 

Johnson 53% Feingold 44%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/26-28/10 2.6% 

Johnson 52% Feingold 45%
McClatchy-Marist 10/26-28/10 4.5% 

Johnson 48% Feingold 44%
Wood Communication Group 10/24-27/10 4.9% 

Johnson 53% Feingold 46% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/25/10 4% Wyoming: No Senate Election in 2010
2010 House Races
House Polls Last Updated on November 2, 2010
Blue
Democratic Take Over
Cyan
Democrats Retention
Purple
Toss Up
Green
No Polls
Pink
Republican Retention
Red
Republican Take Over
House Races
Alabama: 
2nd District
Roby (R) 39% Bright (D) 51% 
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 10/9-12/10 4.9% 

Roby (R) 45% Bright (D) 43% 
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/3-4/10 5.7% 

5th District
Brooks (R) 48% Raby (D) 37% 
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 8/10 5% Alaska: 
Young (R) 58% Crawford (D) 36% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/9-10/10 2.4% 

Young 65% Crawford 32% 
Ivan Moore Research (D) 9/23-27/10 4.1% Arizona: 
1st District 
Gosar (R) 38% Kirkpatrick (D) 41% Patti (L) 6% 
Lake Research Partners (D) 10/12-14/10 4.4% 

3rd District
Quayle (R) 44% Hulburd (D) 46% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/16-17/10 3.8% 

5th District
Schweikert (R) 45% Mithcell (D) 42% 
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/12-14/10 4.9% 

7th District
McClung (R) 39 Grijalva (D) 37% 
Summit Consulting Group (R) 10/4-5/10 3% 

8th District 
Kelly (R) 46% Giffords (R) 46% 
Ayers, McHenry & Assoc. (R) 8/25-26, 28-29/10 4.9% Arkansas: 
1st District 
Crawford (R) 42% Causey (D) 34% Adler (G) 4% 
Hendrix College 10/14/10 4.7% 

Crawford (R) 42% Causey (D) 44% 
Anzalone Liszt Research (D) 10/11-13/10 4.9% 

2nd District
Griffin (R) 50% Elliott (D) 38% 
Levi (I) 3% Kennedy (G) 3% 
Hendrix College 10/14/10 4.6% 

3rd District
Womack (R) 59% Whitaker (D) 21% 
Hendrix College 10/14/10 4.2% 

4th District
Rankin (R) 34% Ross (D) 52% Drake (G) 3% 
Hendrix College 10/14/10 4.3% California: 
3rd District
Lungren (R) 46% Bera (D) 38% 

11th District
Harmer (R) 48% McNerney (D) 42% Christensen (AI) 4% 

18th District 
Cardoza (D) 50% Berryhill (R) 44% 

19th District
Goodwin (D) 30% Denham (R) 63% 

20th District
Vidak (R) 41% Costa (D) 47%
Vidak (R) 52% Costa (D) 42%

44th District
Calvert (R) 48% Hedrick (D) 43% 

47th District
Tran (R) 39% Sánchez (D) 39% Colorado: 
3rd District
Tipton (R) 47% Salazar (D) 43%
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/19-21/10 4.9% 

4th District
Gardner (R) 44% Markey (D) 41% 
The Hill/ANGA 9/25-27/10 5% 

7th District
Frazier (R) 40% Perlmutter (D) 39 other 10% 
Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies (R) 8/26/10 3.4% Connecticut: 
1st District 
Larson (D) 56% Brickley (R) 38%
Merriman River Group 10/24-26/10 4.8% 

2nd District
Peckinpaugh (R) 38% Courtney (D) 57%
Merriman River Group 10/24-26/10 4.9% 

3rd District
Labriola (R) 37% DeLauro (D) 56%
Merriman River Group 10/24-26/10 5% 

4th District
Debicella (R) 48% Himes (D) 46% 
Merriman River Group 10/24-26/10 4.1% 

5th District
Caligiuri (R) 47% Murphy (D) 46% 
Merriman River Group 10/24-26/10 4% Delaware: 
Urquhart (R) 44% Carney (D) 51%
Monmouth Univ. 10/25-27/10 2.9% 

Urquhart (R) 36% Carney (D) 51%
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. 10/20-26/10 3.5% District of Columbia: No Public Polls Available Florida: 
2nd Dist.
Southerland (R) 50% Boyd (D) 38%

8th Dist.
Webster (R) 48% Grasyon (D) 41% Dunmire (Tea) 4% Metcalfe (I) 1% 

10th Dist.
Young 49% Justice 34% 

12th Dist.
Ross (R) 32% Edwards (D) 35% Wilkinson (Tea) 20% 

22nd Dist. 
West (R) 47% Klein (D) 44% 

24th Dist.
Adams (R) 43% Kosmas (D) 45% 

25th Dist.
Rivera (R) 44% Garcia (D) 43% 
Arrojo (TEA) 6% Porter (Whig) 2% Georgia: 
2nd District
Keown (R) 47.2% Bishop (D) 44.9% 
Landmark Communication 10/19/10 3.4% 

Keown 40% Bishop 50% 
Lester & Assoc. (D) 10/7-10/10 4.4% 

8th District
Scott (R) 50% Marshall (D) 37%
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/19-21/10 4.9% 

Scott 54.4% Marshall 35.1% 
Landmark Communications 10/19/10 3.6% 

Scott 44% Marshall 47%
Mellman Group (D) 10/17-19/10 4.9% Hawaii: 
1st District
Djou (R) 45% Hanabusa (D) 50%
Merriman River Group 10/23/10 3.9% 

Djou 51% Hanabusa 45%
OnMessage Inc. (R) 10/17-18/10 4.9% 

Djou 48% Hanabusa 46%
Ward Research 10/12-19/10 4.9% 

2nd District
Willoughby (R) 16% Hirono (D) 76%
Ward Research 10/12-19/10 6.9% Idaho: 
1st District
Labrador (R) 38% Minnick (D) 48%  
Greg Smith and Assoc. 10/28-30/10 4.9% 

Labrador 41% Minnick 44% 
Olson (I) 3% Washburn (L) 2% 
Mason-Dixon 10/20-22/10 5% 

Labrador 31% Minnick 37% 
Olson 3% Washburn 3% 
Moore Information (R) 10/5-6/10 5.7% 

2nd District
Simpson (R) 67% Crawford (D) 17% Schad (I) 5% 
Mason-Dixon 10/20-22/10 5.7% Illinois: 
10th District
Dold (R) 37% Seals (D) 49% 
Penn Schoen Berland 10/2-7/10 4.9% 

11th District
Kinzinger (R) 45% Halvorson (D) 41% 
Anzalone Liszt Research (D) 10/5-7/10 4.4% 

13th District 
Biggert (R) 61% Harper (D) 28% 
American Viewpoint (R) 7/27-28/10 4.9% 

14th District
Hultgren (R) 43% Foster (D) 42% 
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/9-12/10 4.9% 

17th District
Schilling (R) 45% Hare (D) 38% other 1% 
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/12-14/10 4.8% Indiana: 
2nd District
Walorski (R) 43% Donnelly (D) 48%
EPIC-MRA 10/19-21/10 4.9% 

3rd District 
Stutzman (R) 57% Hayhurst (D) 32% Wise (L) 7% 
SurveyUSA 10/21-25/10 4.9% 

7th District
Scott (R) 33% Carson (D) 50% Wilson (L) 6% 
EPIC MRA 9/29-10/1/10 5% 

8th District
Bucshon (R) 41% Van Haaften (D) 20% 
OnMessage (R) 9/13-14/10 4.9% 

9th District
Young (R) 49% Hill (D) 37%
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/24-25/10 5.7% Iowa: 
1st District
Lange (R) 39% Braley (D) 50% 
Voter/Consumer Research (R) 8/31-9/1/10 5.7% 

2nd District
Miller-Meeks (R) 40% Loebsack (D) 41% Sicard (L) 6% 
Tarrance Group (R) 9/13-14/10 4.9% 

Miller-Meeks (R) 39% Loebsack (D) 47% 
Voter/Consumer Research (R) 8/31-9/3/10 5.7% 

3rd District
Zaun (R) 37% Boswell (D) 49%
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/19-21/10 4.9% Kansas: 
1st District
Huelskamp (R) 63% Jilka (D) 26% Warner (L) 5% 
SurveyUSA 10/5-6/10 4.2% 

4th District
Pompeo (R) 54% Goyle (D) 38% 
Smith (L) 2% Ducey (Rfm) 3% 
SurveyUSA 10/25-28/10 4.3% Kentucky: 
3rd District
Lally (R) 46% Yarmuth (D) 50% 
Hansen (I) 1% Martin (L) 2% 
SurveyUSA 10/21-25/10 4% 

Lally 37% Yarmuth 41%
Rivercity (R) 10/19-23/10 6.3% 

Lally 31% Yarmuth 58% 
Hansen 2% Martin 2% 
Braun Research 10/18-19/10 4.4% 

6th District
Barr (R) 42.3% Chandler (D) 46.6%
Braun Research 10/20-21/10 4.3% 

Barr 44% Chandler 48% 
Mason-Dixon 10/15-19/10 4.5% 

Barr 48% Chandler 47% 
Tarrance Group (R) 10/4-5/10 4.9% Louisiana: 
2nd District
Cao (R) 32% Richmond (D) 49% 
Anzalone Liszt Research (D) 10/20-21/10 4.9% 

Cao (R) 38% Richmond (D) 49% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/2-3/10 4% Maine: 
1st District
Scontras (R) 45% Pingree (D) 41%  
Critical Insights 10/27-28/10 5.4% 

Scontras 32.6% Pingree 49% 
Pan Atlantic SMS Group 10/11-15/10 4.4% 

2nd District
Levesque (R) 40% Michaud (D) 44% 
Critical Insights 10/27-28/10 5.4% 

Levesque 29.3% Michaud 48.8% 
Pan Atlantic SMS Group 10/11-15/10 4.4% Maryland: 
1st District
Harris (R) 40% Kratovil (D) 40%
OpinionWorks 10/15-20/10 4.3% 

Harris 53% Kratovil 42% 
Monmouth Univ. 10/16-19/10 3.9% Massachusetts: 
4th District
Bielat (R) 33% Frank (D) 46% 
Univ. of NH 10/17-22/10 5% 

Bielat 37.3% Frank 49% 
Fleming & Associates 10/14-17/10 5% 

10th District
Perry (R) 45% Keating (D) 43%
NMB Research (R) 10/20-21/10 4.9% 

Perry 33% Keating 37% 
Lewis (I) 3% Sheets (I) 2% 
Univ. of NH 10/17-22/10 5.2% 

Perry 43% Keating 46% other 5% 
MassInc. 10/13-15/10 4.9% Michigan: 
1st District
Benishek (R) 42% McDowell (D) 40% Wilson (I) 8% 
EPIC-MRA 10/17-18/10 4.9% 

3rd Ditrict 
Amash (R) 49% Miles (D) 30%
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/19-20/10 4.9% 

7th District
Walberg (R) 43% Schauer (D) 50% 
Marketing Resource Group 10/24-26/10 4.9% 

9th District
Raczkowski (R) 41% Peters (D) 48%
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 10/28/10 4.9% 

15th District
Steele (R) 36% Dingell (D) 53% 
EPIC-MRA 10/16-19/10 4.9% Minnesota: 
1st District
Demmer (R) 41% Walz (DFL) 50% 
Wilson (Ind) 4% Johnson (I) 2% 
SurveyUSA 10/22-26/10 4.2% 

3rd District 
Pauslen (R) 44% Meffert (DFL) 22% Oleson (Ind) 7% 
Lake Research Partners (D) 7/20-22/10 4.9% 

6th District
Bachmann (R) 49% Clark (DFL) 40% 
Anderson (Ind) 6% Immelman (I) 1% 
SurveyUSA 7/13-15/10 4.1% 

7th District 
Byberg (R) 20% Peterson (D) 54% other 10% 
Global Strategy Group (D) 9/28/10 4.9% 

8th District
Cravaack (R) 46% Oberstar (D) 47% Burton (C) 3% 
SurveyUSA 10/25-28/10 3.9% Mississippi: 
1st District
Nunnelee (R) 44% Childers (D) 39% other 3% 
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/9-17/10 4% 

4th District
Palazzo (R) 43% Taylor (D) 41% 
Tarrance Group (R) 10/18-19/10 5.7% Missouri: 
3rd District
Martin (R) 38% Carnahan (D) 54% 
Ayers, McHenry & Assoc. (R) 8/16-17, 21/10 4.9% 

4th District
Hartzler (R) 44% Skelton (D) 45%
Ayers, McHenry & Assoc (R) 10/20-21/10 4.9% 

5th District
Turk (R) 43% Cleaver (D) 52% 
Pulse Opinion Research 10/13/10 4.5% 

7th District 
Long (R) 50.8% Eckersley (D) 23.4% 
Missouri State Univ. 8/7-22/10 6.9% 

8th District
Emerson (R) 64.3% Sowers (D) 17.0% 
Missouri State Univ. 8/7-22/10 7.5% Montana: 
At-Large Congressional District
Rehberg (R) 39% Replace 27% Consider Another 34% 
Research 2000 8/17-19/09 4% Nebraska: 
2nd District
Terry (R) 44% White (D) 39% 
Wiese Research Assoc. 10/17-21/10 4% Nevada: 
3rd District
Heck (R) 53% Titus (D) 43%  
Mason-Dixon  10/25-27/10 4.9% 

Heck 49% Titus 42% 
OnMessage Inc. (R) 10/21-24/10 4.9% New Hampshire: 
1st District
Guinta (R) 47% Shea-Porter (D) 39% other 5% 
Univ. of NH 10/27-31/10 5% 

Guinta 53% Shea-Porter 37% other 2% 
OnMessage Inc. (R) 10/20-21/10 4.9% 

Guinta 47% Shea-Porter 42% 
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/9-12/10 4.9% 

2nd District
Bass (R) 40% Kuster (D) 43% other 3% 
Univ. of NH 10/27-31/10 5% 

Bass 45% Kuster 42% 
Penn Schoen Berland 10/5-7/10 4.9% New Jersey: 
1st District
Glading (R) 22% Andrews (D) 63%

2nd District
LoBiondo (R) 57% Stein (D) 20%

3rd District
Runyon (R) 48% Adler (D) 43% other 5% 
Runyon 45% Adler 46% DeStefano (Tea) 4%
Runyon 40% Adler 37% DeStefano (Tea) 4.9% 

6th District
Little (R) 45% Pallone (D) 52%

12th District
Sipprelle (R) 43% Holt (D) 42% New Mexico: 
1st District
Barela (R) 49% Heinrich (D) 46%
Research and Polling Inc. 10/27-28/10 5% 

Barela 49% Heinrich 47%
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/24-25/10 4.9% 

2nd District
Pearce (R) 48% Teague (D) 45%
Research and Polling Inc. 10/27-28/10 5% 

Pearce 50% Teague 41%
Tarrance Group (R) 10/19-20/10 5.2% 

3rd District
Lujan (D) 49% Mullins (R) 43% 
Publilc Policy Polling (D) 9/25-26/10 4.2% New York: 
1st Dist.
Altschuler (R) 39% Bishop (D) 51%

4th Dist.
Becker (R) 45% McCarthy (D) 46% 

13th Dist.
Grimm (R) 38% McMahon (D) 46% 

19th Dist.
Hayworth (R) 46% Hall (D) 47% 

20th Dist.
Gibson (R) 51% Murphy (D) 42%

22nd Dist.
Phillips (R) 34% Hinchey (D) 51%

23rd Dist.
Doheny 42% Owens 42% Hoffman (Cns) 4% 

24th Dist.
Hanna (R) 43% Arcuri (D) 48%

25th Dist.
Buerkle (R) 39% Maffei (D) 51% 

29th Dist.
Reed (R) 44% Zeller (D) 30% North Carolina: 
2nd District
Ellmers (R) 46% Etheridge (D) 41% Rose (L) 6% 
SurveyUSA 10/21-24/10 4.9 

4th District
Lawson (R) 46.5% Price (D) 46.1% 
Action Solutions 8/10 3% 

7th District
Pantano (R) 41% McIntyre (D) 52% 
Grove Insight (D) 10/3-5/10 4.9% 

8th District
Johnson (R) 45% Kissell (D) 46% 
SurveyUSA 10/1-3/10 4.7% 

11th District
Miller (R) 39% Shuler (D) 54% 
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 10/17-19/10 4.9% North Dakota: 
Berg (R) 51% Pomeroy (D) 42%
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/24-25/10 4.9% 

Berg 52% Pomeroy 42% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/18-19/10 4.5% 

Berg 44% Pomeroy 45% 
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/16-19/10 4.9% Ohio: 
1st District
Chabot (R) 53% Driehaus (D) 41% 
Berns (L) 3% Stevenson (G) 1% 

2nd District
Schmidt (R) 44% Krikorian (D) 41% 

6th District
Johnson (R) 46% Wilson (D) 44% 

12th District 
Tiberi (R) 53% Brooks (D) 28% Irvine (L) 5% 

13th District 
Ganley (R) 41% Sutton (D) 43% 

15th District
Stivers (R) 47% Kilroy (D) 38%

16th District
Renacci (R) 42% Boccieri (D) 39%

18th District
Gibbs (R) 43% Space (D) 43% Sutton (C) 5% Oklahoma: 
2nd District
Thompson (R) 31% Boren (D) 63% 
Myers Research (D) 9/7-8/10 4.9% 

5th District GOP primary
Calvey 20% Lankford 14% Thompson 12% Jett 12%
Roy 5% Johnson 1% Flanigan <1%
SoonerPoll.com 7/7-9/10 5.6% Oregon: 
1st District
Cornilles (R) 38% (D) Wu 51%
Elway Research 10/18-21/10 4.9% 

4th District
Robinson (R) 42% DeFazio (D) 48% 
Wilson Research Strategies (R) 10/4-5/10 5.7% 

5th District
Bruun (R) 38% Schrader (D) 50%
Elway Research 10/18-21/10 4.9% 

Bruun 51% Schrader 41% Lugo (Pr) 2% 
SurveyUSA 10/17-19/10 4.1% Pennsylvania: 
3rd Dist.
Kelly (R) 44% Dahlkemper (D) 37% 

4th Dist.
Rothfus (R) 35% Altmire (D) 47%

6th Dist.
Gerlach (R) 54% Trivedi (D) 44% 

7th Dist.
Meehan (R) 34% Lentz (D) 31% Schneller (I) 2%

8th Dist.
Fitzpatrick (R) 50% Murphy (D) 40% 

10th Dist. 
Marino (R) 47% Carney (D) 38% 

11th Dist. 
Barletta (R) 39% Kanjorski (D) 47% 

12th Dist.
Burns (R) 36% Critz (D) 43%

15th Dist.
Dent 49% Callahan 32% Towne 5% 

16th Dist.
Pitts (R) 46% Herr (D) 37% 

17th Dist.
Argall (R) 28% Holden (D) 58% Rhode Island: 
1st District 
Loughlin (R) 40% Cicilline (D) 42% 
Capalbo (I) 4% Raposa (I) 5% 
Quest Research 10/23, 25-26/10 4.4% 

Loughlin 42% Cicilline 48%  
Fleming & Assoc. 10/21-25/10 6.2% 

2nd District
Zaccaria (R) 19% Langevin (D) 54% Matson (I) 9% 
Quest Research 10/23, 25-26/10 4.9% 

Zaccaria 31.6% Langevin 54.8%  
Fleming & Assoc. 10/21-25/10 6.2 South Carolina: 
2nd District
Wilson (R) 46% Miller (D) 39% 
Anzalone Liszt Research (D) 10/7-10/10 4.4% 

5th District
Mulvaney (R) 49% Spratt (D) 39%
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/16-20/10 4.4% South Dakota: 
Noem (R) 40% Hereth-Sandlin (D) 42% Marking (L) 1% 
Nielson Brothers Polling 10/20-22/10 3.8% 

Noem 42% Herseth-Sandlin 45%
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/16-19/10 4.9% 

Noem 45% Herseth-Sandlin 43% Marking 3% 
Mason-Dixon 10/20-21/10 3.5% 

Noem 49% Hereth-Sandlin 44% other 2% 
Rasmussen Reports 10/20/10 4.5% Tennessee: 
4th District
DesJarlais (R) 45% Davis (D) 40% 
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/12, 14/10 5.7% 

8th District
Fincher (R) 50% Herron (D) 35% James (I) 4% 
Tarrance Group (R) 10/18-19/10 5.7% 

Fincher (R) 47% Herron (D) 37% 
Penn Schoen Berland 10/2-7/10 4.8% 

9th District
Bergmann (R) 23% Cohen (D) 66% 
Yacoubian Research 9/7/10 6.9% Texas: 
17th District
Flores (R) 52% Edwards (D) 40%
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/19-21/10 4.9% 

Flores 46% Edwards 42% Kelly (L) 1%
Bennett, Petts & Normington (D) 10/4-5/10 4.9% 

23rd District
Canseco (R) 45% Rodriguez (D) 39% other 10% 
OnMessage Inc. (R) 10/19-20/10 4.9% 

27th District
Farenthold (R) 44% Ortiz (D) 36% Mishou (L) 2% 
OnMessage Inc. (R) 10/4-5/10 4.9% Utah: 
1st District
Bishop (R) 66% Bowen (D) 21% 
Pearson (C) 4% Stratton (L) 1% 
Dan Jones & Assoc. (R) 10/25-28/10 5.1% 

Bishop 65% Bowen 13% 
Mason-Dixon 10/25-27/10 4.9% 

2nd District
Philpot (R) 39% Matheson (D) 51% Hinton (C) 1% 
Dan Jones & Assoc. (R) 10/25-28/10 4.6% 

Philpot 35% Matheson 48%
Mason-Dixon 10/25-27/10 4.9% 

3rd District
Chaffetz (R) 70% Hyer (D) 19% 
Sligting (C) 2% Puente (I) 1% 
Dan Jones & Assoc. (R) 10/25-28/10 5.1% 

Chaffetz 56% Hyer 11% 
Mason-Dixon 10/25-27/10 4.9% Vermont: 
Beaudry (R) 25% Welch (D) 61% 
Jaccaci (I) 3% Newton (S) 1% 
Mason-Dixon 10/11-13/10 4% Virginia: 
2nd District
Rigell (R) 41.5% Nye (D) 41% Golden (I) 5% 
Christopher Newport University 10/15-21/10 4.4% 

5th District
Hurt (R) 45% Perriello (D) 42% Clark (I) 6% 
Public Opinion Strategies (R) 10/30/10 4.9% 

6th District 
Goodlatte (R) 71% Bain (L) 7% Vanke (I) 12%
SurveyUSA 7/19-21/10 3.8% 

9th District
Griffith (R) 47% Boucher (D) 46% Heaton (I) 4% 
SurveyUSA 10/21-25/10 4% 

11th District
Fimian (R) 42.2% Connolly (D) 36.7% 
ccAdvertising 9/27/10 x% Washington: 
1st District
Watkins (R) 27% Inslee (D) 41%
Moore Information (R) 3/23-24 5.7% 

2nd District
Koster (R) 46% Larsen (D) 50% 
SurveyUSA 10/19-21/10 3.9% 

3rd District
Herrera (R) 50% Heck (D) 46%
SurveyUSA 10/24-26/10 4% 

8th District
Reichert (R) 52% Delbene (D) 45% 
SurveyUSA 10/18-20/10 4% 

Reichert (R) 49% Delbene (D) 46% 
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/9-10/10 3% 

9th District
Muri (R) 46% Smith (D) 49%
SurveyUSA 10/22-25/10 4.1% West Virginia: 
1st District 
McKinely (R) 41.3% Oliverio (D) 34.9% 
ccAdvertising 10/15/10 6% 

McKinely 39% Oliverio 42% 
Penn Schoen Berland 10/2-7/10 4.9 

3rd District
Maynard (R) 34.5% Rahall (D) 40.1% 
ccAdvertising 10/15/10 6% 

Maynard 37% Rahall 56% 
Anzalone Liszt Research (D) 10/10-12/10 4.9% Wisconsin: 
3rd District
Kapanke (R) 40% Kind (D) 49% 
Tarrance Group (R) 8/15-16/10 4.9% 

7th District
Duffy (R) 46% Lassa (D) 38.6%
We Ask America 10/18/10 2.9% 

8th District
Ribble (R) 40% Kagen (D) 37%
Public Policy Polling (D) 10/23-24/10 2.6% 

Ribble 45% Kagen 44% 
Penn Schoen Berland (D) 10/12-14/10 4.9% Wyoming: 
Lummis (R) 61% Wendt (D) 29% 
Rasmussen Reports 9/30/10 4.5%
National Generic 2010 Congressional Polls
Last Updated on December 15, 2010
Race Republican Democrat Others Pollster Dates MoE
Congress Republican 45% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 12/6-12/10 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 11/29-12/5/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 11/22-28/10 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 11/15-21/10 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 11/8-14/10 2%
Republican 49% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 11/1-7/10 2%
Republican 50% Democrat 45% Zogby Interactive 10/29-11/1/10 2.2%
Republican 48% Democrat 46% YouGov 10/28-11/1/10 2.3% RV
Republican 52% Democrat 45% 2.7% LV
Republican 51% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 10/25-31/10 2%
Republican 48% Democrat 44% Gallup 10/28-31/10 2.2% RV
Republican 55% Democrat 40% 2.5% LV
Republican 46% Democrat 45% other 1% Ipsos 10/28-31/10 3.3% RV
Republican 50% Democrat 44% other 1% 3.8% LV
Republican 43% Democrat 44% Pew Research 10/27-30/10 2.5% RV
Republican 48% Democrat 42% 3% LV
Republican 44% Democrat 43% Green 2% Hart / McInturff 10/28-30/10 3.1%
Libertarian 5%
Republican 49% Democrat 43%
Republican 46% Democrat 45% Opinion Research Corp. 10/27-30/10 3.1%
Republican 49% Democrat 43% 3.2% RV
Republican 52% Democrat 42% 4.2% LV
Republican 44% Democrat 49% other 1% TNS 10/25-28/10 3.1% RV
Republican 49% Democrat 45% other 1% 3.5% LV
Republican 46% Democrat 39% other 3% Opinion Dynamics 10/26-28/10 3% RV
Republican 50% Democrat 37% other 3% 3.5% LV
Republican 50% Democrat 42% Zogby Interactive 10/25-27/10 2.2%
Republican 50% Democrat 43% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 10/23-26/10 3.5%
Republican 47% Democrat 45% YouGov 10/23-26/10 3%
Republican 52% Democrat 44% LV
Republican 47% Democrat 44% other 3% Selzer & Co. 10/24-26/10 3.1%
Republican 46% Democrat 40% CBS News / New York Times 10/22-26/10 3% RV
Republican 49% Democrat 43% 3% LV
Republican 48% Democrat 43% Zogby Interactive 10/22-25/10 2.2%
Republican 41% Democrat 47% other 6% Marist College 10/22-25/10 3.5% RV
Republican 46% Democrat 46% other 4% 5% LV
Republican 49% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 10/18-24/10 2%
Republican 48% Democrat 44% Gallup 10/14-24/10 2% RV
Republican 52% Democrat 43% 3% LV
Republican 48% Democrat 42% Tarrance Group (R) / Lake Research (D) 10/19-21/10 3.1%
Republican 42% Democrat 48% Princeton Survey Research Associates Internat'l 10/20-21/10 3.8%
Republican 45% Democrat 48% 4.3% LV
Republican 46% Democrat 45% YouGov 10/16-19/10 3.6%
Republican 52% Democrat 44% LV
Republican 48% Democrat 41% Zogby Interactive 10/15-18/10 2.2%
Republican 46% Democrat 42% other 12% Pew Research 10/13-18/10 3% RV
Republican 50% Democrat 40% other 10% 3.5% LV
Republican 46% Democrat 47% other 2% GfK Roper Public Affairs 10/13-18/10 3.3% RV
Republican 50% Democrat 43% other 2% 4.4% LV
Republican 44% Democrat 46% Hart / McInturff 10/14-18/10 3.1% RV
Republican 41% Democrat 44% Libertarian 5%
Green 3%
Republican 50% Democrat 43% 4% LV
Republican 48% Democrat 43% Gallup 10/7-17/10 2% RV
Republican 53% Democrat 42% 3% LV
Republican 48% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 10/11-17/10 2%
Republican 49% Democrat 40% Zogby Interactive 10/11-14/10 2.2%
Republican 41% Democrat 39% Opinion Dynamics 10/11-13/10 3% RV
Republican 48% Democrat 39% 4% LV
Republican 45% Democrat 45% YouGov 10/9-12/10 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 45% Zogby Interactive 10/8-11/10 2.2%
Republican 47% Democrat 45% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 10/9-11/10 3.2%
Republican 45% Democrat 46% other 2% Ipsos 10/7-11/10 3%
Republican 48% Democrat 44% other 1% 3.7% LV
Republican 47% Democrat 44% Gallup 9/30-10/10/10 2% RV
Republican 53% Democrat 41% 3% LV
Republican 47% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 10/4-10/10 2%
Republican 40% Democrat 42% other 12% Selzer & Co. 10/7-10/10 3.7%
Republican 51% Democrat 42% other 1% TCJ Research (R) 10/7-9/10 3%
Republican 34% Democrat 39% Knowledge Networks 9/17-10/7/10 4.4%
Republican 46% Democrat 47% Opinion Research Corp. 10/5-7/10 3.1%
Republican 47% Democrat 47% 3.2% RV
Republican 52% Democrat 45% 4.4% LV
Republican 48% Democrat 44% YouGov 10/2-5/10 2%
Republican 49% Democrat 40% other 2% CBS News 10/1-5/10 3.1% RV
Republican 45% Democrat 37% other 2% 3.1% LV
Republican 49% Democrat 43% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 10/2-4/10 3.5%
Republican 43% Democrat 43% Zogby Interactive 10/1-3/10 2.2%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% other 1% TNS 9/30-10/3/10 3.3% RV
Republican 49% Democrat 43% other 1% 3.8% LV
Republican 46% Democrat 43% Gallup 9/23-10/3/10 2% RV
Republican 53% Democrat 40% 3% LV
Republican 45% Democrat 42% Rasmussen Reports 9/27-10/3/10 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 48% Princeton Survey Research Associates Internat'l 9/29-30/10 4.1%
Republican 42% Democrat 50% 4.4% LV
Republican 44% Democrat 38% other 5% Opinion Dynamics 9/28-29/10 3%
Republican 46% Democrat 41% Zogby Interactive 9/24-27/10 2.2%
Republican 40% Democrat 40% other 1% New York Times / CBS News 9/23-27/10 3.1% RV
Republican 43% Democrat 39% other 1% 5.3% LV
Republican 46% Democrat 46% Gallup 9/20-26/10 1.7%
Republican 46% Democrat 40% Rasmussen Reports 9/20-26/10 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 44% Hart / McInturff 9/22-26/10 3.1%
Republican 31% Democrat 36% Independent 25%
Republican 46% Democrat 43% 4% LV
Republican 49% Democrat 45% Opinion Research Corp. 9/21-23/10 3.1%
Republican 50% Democrat 44% 4.5% RV
Republican 53% Democrat 44% 4.5% LV
Republican 47% Democrat 43% Tarrance Group (R) / Lake Research (D) 9/19-22/10 3.1%
Republican 41% Democrat 48% other 2% Ipsos 9/16-19/10 2.9%
Republican 45% Democrat 46% other 2% 3.1% RV
Republican 43% Democrat 44% Zogby Interactive 9/17-20/10 2.2%
Republican 48% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 9/13-19/10 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 46% Gallup 9/13-19/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 40% other 3% Opinion Dynamics 9/14-16/10 3%
Republican 33% Democrat 31% independent 8% Penn Schoen Berland 9/9-16/10 3.1%
other 1%
Republican 47% Democrat 45% Neither 3% Marist College 9/14-16/10 3.5%
Someone New 43% Re-elect 48%
Republican 44% Democrat 39% Public Opinion Strategies (R) 9/14-16/10 3.5%
Republican 47% Democrat 41% Zogby Interactive 9/10-14/10 2.4%
Republican 39.6% Democrat 44.0% YouGov 9/11-14/10 3.1%
Republican 45.0% Democrat 45.7% 3.5% RV
Republican 36% Democrat 40% other 1% New York Times / CBS News 9/10-14/10 3.3% RV
Republican 40% Democrat 38% other 1% 5.3% LV
Republican 47% Democrat 47% other 1% GfK Roper Public Affairs 9/8-13/10 3.3% RV
Republican 53% Democrat 43% other 1% 4.2% LV
Republican 44% Democrat 45% Public Policy Polling (D) 9/10-13/10 4%
Republican 47% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 9/6-12/10 2%
Republican 48% Democrat 43% Gallup 9/6-12/10 3%
Republican 43% Democrat 43% Tarrance Group (R) / Lake Research (D) 9/7-9/10 3.1%
Republican 42% Democrat 37% other 2% Quinnipiac Univ. 8/31-9/7/10 2.3%
Republican 39.2% Democrat 44.5% YouGov 9/4-7/10 3.1%
Republican 43.9% Democrat 46.7% 3.6% RV
Republican 44% Democrat 47% other 9% Pew Research 8/25-9/6/10 2.5% RV
Republican 50% Democrat 43% other 7% 3% LV
Republican 48% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 8/30-9/5/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 46% Gallup 8/30-9/5/10 3%
Republican48% Democrat 42% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 8/30-9/2/10 3.1%
Republican 49% Democrat 42% other 2% 3.4% LV
Republican 47% Democrat 45% other 1% TNS 8/30-9/2/10 3.3% RV
Republican 53% Democrat 40% other 1% 4% LV
Republican 46% Democrat 37% other 4% Opinion Dynamics 9/1-2/10 3.3%
Republican 49% Democrat 45% neither 5% Opinion Research Corp 9/1-2/10 3.1%
Republican 52% Democrat 45% neither 3% 3.2% RV
Republican 37% Democrat 43% YouGov 8/28-31/10 3.5%
Republican 44% Democrat 45% 4.1% RV
Republican 43% Democrat 41% Zogby Interactive 8/27-30/10 2.2%
Republican 35% Democrat 39% Allstate / National Journal 8/27-30/10 2.8%
Republican 36% Democrat 38% 2.9%
Republican 43% Democrat 43% Hart / McInturff 8/26-30/10 3.1%
Republican 32% Democrat 34% Independent 25%
Republican 49% Democrat 40% 3.8% LV
Republican 49% Democrat 43% USA Today / Gallup 8/27-30/10 3.1%
Republican 45% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 8/23-29/10 2%
Republican 51% Democrat 41% Gallup 8/23-29/10 3%
Republican 45% Democrat 45% Princeton Survey Research Assoc. 8/25-26/10 4.1%
Republican 43% Democrat 41% Zogby Interactive 8/18-23/10 1.1%
Republican 47% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 8/16-22/10 2%
Republican 47% Democrat 44% Gallup 8/16-22/10 3%
Republican 43% Democrat 45% other 1% Ipsos 8/19-22/10 3%
Republican 46% Democrat 45% other 1% 3.2% RV
Republican 45% Democrat 40% Tea Party 1% Abt SRBI 8/16-17/10 3.2% RV
other 4%
Republican 47% Democrat 40% Tea Party 1% 3.4% LV
other 3%
Republican 39% Democrat 44% YouGov 8/14-17/10 3.4%
Republican 45% Democrat 45% 3.8% RV
Republican 34% Democrat 33% Harris Interactive 8/9-16/10 2%
Republican 49% Democrat 45% other 1% GfK Roper Public Affairs 8/11-16/10 3.3%
Republican 48% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 8/9-15/10 2%
Republican 50% Democrat 43% Gallup 8/9-15/10 3%
Republican 37% Democrat 41% Discovery Research Group 7/7-8/11/10 2.2%
Republican 42% Democrat 41% Neither 3% Zogby Interactive 8/9-11/10 2.2%
Republican 31% Democrat 35% Independent 8% Penn Shoen Berland 8/6-11/10 2.4%
other 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 37% other 3% Opinion Dynamics 8/10-11/10 3%
Republican 27% Democrat 34% Tea Party 16%
other 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 47% neither 6% Opinion Research Corp 8/6-10/10 3.1%
Republican 48% Democrat 45% neither 7% 3.2% RV
Republican 36% Democrat 46% YouGov 8/7-10/10 3.6%
Republican 42% Democrat 48% 4% RV
Republican 42% Democrat 43% Hart / McInturff 8/5-9/10 3.1%
Republican 45% Democrat 42% Public Policy Polling (D) 8/6-9/10 4%
Republican 46% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 8/2-8/10 2%
Republican 49% Democrat 43% Gallup 8/2-8/10 3%
Republican 44% Democrat 45% ABT-SRBI Inc. 7/21-8/5/10 2%
Republican 36% Democrat 46% YouGov 7/31-8/3/10 3.6%
Republican 41% Democrat 48% 4% RV
Republican 46% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 7/26-8/1/10 2%
Republican 48% Democrat 43% Gallup 7/26-8/1/10 3%
Republican 46% Democrat 38% Neither 3% Zogby Interactive 7/27-29/10 1%
Republican 47% Democrat 36% other 3% Opinion Dynamics 7/27-28/10 3%
Republican 39% Democrat 43% YouGov 7/24-27/10 3.6%
Republican 43% Democrat 46% 3.9% RV
Republican 43% Democrat 40% Zogby Interactive 7/23-26/10 1.1%
Republican 46% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 7/19-25/10 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 48% Gallup 7/19-25/10 3%
Republican 42% Democrat 47% other 2% Ipsos 7/22-25/10 3%
Republican 46% Democrat 44% other 2% 3.4% RV
Republican 50% Democrat 44% neither 5% Opinion Research Corp 7/16-21/10 3.1%
Republican 49% Democrat 44% neither 6% 3.2% RV
Republican 39% Democrat 36% Depends 19% Ayers, McHenry & Assoc. (R); 7/17-20/10 3.1%
Republican 39% Democrat 38% Public Opinion Strategies (R) 7/18-20/10 3.5%
Republican 40% Democrat 43% YouGov 7/17-20/10 3.5%
Republican 44% Democrat 48% 3.8% RV
Republican 43% Democrat 38% other 1% Quinnipiac Univ. 7/13-19/10 2.1%
Republican 43% Democrat 41% Zogby Interactive 7/16-19/10 1.1%
Republican 45% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 7/12-18/10 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 49% Gallup 7/12-18/10 3%
Republican 31% Democrat 32% independent 9% Penn Schoen Berland 7/9-14/10 3.1%
Republican 41% Democrat 37% other 4% Opinion Dynamics 7/13-14/10 3.3%
Republican 42% Democrat 43% Abt-SRBI 7/12-13/10 3.1%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% Tea Party 1%
other 3%
Republican 39% Democrat 44% YouGov 7/10-13/10 3.6%
Republican 42% Democrat 46% 3.9% RV
Republican 43% Democrat 43% Selzer & Co. 7/9-12/10 3.1%
Republican 48% Democrat 40% other 5% 3.3% LV
Republican 43% Democrat 43% Public Policy Polling 7/9-12/10 3.8%
Republican 44% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 7/5-11/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 47% Gallup 7/5-11/10 3%
Republican 47% Democrat 46% other <1% TNS 7/7-11/10 3.5%
Republican 39% Democrat 45% YouGov 7/3-6/10 3.4%
Republican 44% Democrat 47% 3.8% RV
Republican 46% Democrat 44% Gallup 6/28-7/3/10 3%
Republican 43% Democrat 41% Zogby Interactive 6/30/10 2.2%
Republican 42% Democrat 40% other 4% Opinion Dynamics 6/29-30/10 3%
Republican 39% Democrat 45% YouGov 6/26-29/10 3.4%
Republican 44% Democrat 45% 3.8% RV
Republican 44% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 6/21-27/10 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 46% Gallup 6/21-27/10 3%
Someone else 43% Current Rep 42% Marist College 6/17-24/10 3.4%
Republican 46% Democrat 43% other 3% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 6/19-22/10 3.1%
Republican 48% Democrat 42% other 3% 3.3% LV
Republican 40% Democrat 44% YouGov 6/19-22/10 3.9%
Republican 44% Democrat 45% 4.2% RV
Republican 30% Democrat 34% other 10% Harris Interactive 6/14-21/10 2%
Republican 19% Democrat 35% Tea Party 12%
Republican 45% Democrat 43% Hart / McInturff 6/17-21/10 3.3%
Republican 31% Democrat 34% 3rd party 25%
Republican 38% Democrat 45% Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies (R) 6/21/10 4.2%
Republican 44% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 6/14-20/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 46% Gallup 6/14-20/10 2.4%
Republican 45% Democrat 45% ABT-SRBI Inc 6/16-20/10 3%
re-elect No 34% re-elect Yes 49%
Republican 37% Democrat 43% YouGov 6/12-15/10 3.5%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% 3.8% RV
Republican 41% Democrat 43% other 1% Ipsos 6/10-13/10 3.1%
Republican 43% Democrat 42% other 1% RV
Republican 43% Democrat 48% Gallup 6/11-13/10 4%
Republican 39% Democrat 46% GfK Roper Public Affair 6/9-14/10 3%
Someone else 55% Own member 37%
Republican 46% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 6/7-13/10 2%
Republican 49% Democrat 44% Gallup 6/7-13/10 3%
Republican 38% Democrat 41% other 5% Opinion Dynamics 6/8-9/10 3.3%
Republican 39% Democrat 44% YouGov 6/5-8/10 3.5%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% 3.8% RV
Republican 46% Democrat 47% 4% LV
Republican 41% Democrat 41% Zogby Interactive 6/4-7/10 2.2%
Republican 41% Democrat 43% Public Policy Polling (D) 6/4-7/10 3.9%
Republican 46% Democrat 46% Gallup 5/31-6/6/10 2.6%
Republican 44% Democrat 47% other 2% TNS 6/3-6/10 3.3%
Republican 44% Democrat 35% Rasmussen Reports 5/31-6/6/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 46% Research 2000 5/31-6/3/10 2.8%
Republican 38% Democrat 43% YouGov 5/20-6/1/10 3.5%
Republican 44% Democrat 45% 3.5% RV
Republican 44% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 5/24-30/10 2%
Republican 49% Democrat 43% Gallup 5/24-30/10 3%
Republican 46% Democrat 47% Research 2000 5/24-27/10 2.8%
Republican 39% Democrat 44% YouGov 5/22-25/10 3.1%
Republican 44% Democrat 45% 3.7% RV
Republican 36% Democrat 42% other 3% Quinnipiac Univ. 5/19-24/10 2.2%
Republican 44% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 5/17-23/10 2%
Republican 48% Democrat 44% neither 8% Opinion Research Corp 5/21-23/10 3.1%
Republican 46% Democrat 47% neither 6% 3.2% RV
Republican 46% Democrat 47% Gallup 5/17-23/10 3%
Republican 44% Democrat 43% Hart (D) / McInturff (R) 5/20-23/10 3.7%
Republican 48% Democrat 48% Research 2000 5/17-20/10 2.8%
Republican 41% Democrat 41% Opinion Dynamics 5/18-19/10 3%
Republican 41% Democrat 49% YouGov 5/15-18/10 3.1%
Republican 44% Democrat 51% 3.6% RV
Republican 42% Democrat 43% Zogby International 5/14-17/10 2.2%
Republican 44% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 5/10-16/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 45% Gallup 5/10-16/10 3%
Republican 44% Democrat 45% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 5/15/10 3.1%
Republican 46% Democrat 43% other 2% 3.3% LV
Republican 47% Democrat 49% Research 2000 5/10-13/10 2.8%
Republican 40% Democrat 45% GfK Roper Public Affairs & Media 5/7-11/10 3.1%
someone else 53% re-elect 36%
Republican 27% Democrat 54% 5.3%
Hispanics
Republican 36% Democrat 45% YouGov 5/8-11/10 3.4%
Republican 41% Democrat 48% 3.7% LV
Republican 41% Democrat 41% Zogby International 5/7-9/10 2.2%
Republican 44% Democrat 44% Hart / McInturff 5/6-10/10 3.1%
Republican 39% Democrat 46% other 2% Ipsos / McClatchy 5/6-9/10 3.1%
Republican 42% Democrat 45% other 2% RV
Republican 44% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 5/3-9/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 46% other 1% Gallup 5/3-8/10 3%
Republican 47% Democrat 48% Research 2000 5/3-6/10 2.8%
Republican 42% Democrat 40% other 4% Opinion Dynamics 5/4-5/10 3.3%
Republican 40% Democrat 45% YouGov 5/1-4/10 3.4%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% 3.7% LV
Republican 45% Democrat 45% other 1% Gallup 4/26-5/2/10 2.5%
Republican 44% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 4/26-5/2/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 47% Research 2000 4/26-29/10 2.8%
Republican 38% Democrat 42% McHenry & Assoc. (R) 4/25-27/10 3.1%
Republican 38% Democrat 47% YouGov 4/24-27/10 3.4%
Republican 42% Democrat 48% 3.7% RV
Republican 35% Democrat 39% Allstate / National Journal 4/22-26/10 2.8%
Republican 43% Democrat 48% other 1% TNS 4/22-25/10 3.1%
someone else 57% re-elect 32%
Republican 45% Democrat 46% Gallup 4/1-25/10 1%
Republican 44% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 4/19-25/10 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 45% Gallup 4/19-25/10 3%
Republican 47% Democrat 46% Research 2000 4/19-22/10 2.8%
Republican 38% Democrat 44% YouGov 4/17-21/10 3.5%
Republican 42% Democrat 46% 3.7% RV
Republican 42% Democrat 38% other 4% Opinion Dynamics 4/20-21/10 3%
Republican 24% Democrat 36% Tea Party 13%
other 4%
Republican 45% Democrat 43% other 3% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 4/17-20/10 3.1%
Republican 43% Democrat 45% other 3% 3.3% LV
Republican 44% Democrat 42% Zogby International 4/16-19/10 2.2%
Republican 46% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 4/12-18/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 43% Gallup 4/12-18/10 3%
Republican 46% Democrat 45% Research 2000 4/12-15/10 2.8%
Republican 41% Democrat 39% Public Opinion Strategies (R) 4/11-13/10 3.5%
Republican 39% Democrat 46% YouGov 4/10-13/10 3.6%
Republican 44% Democrat 49% RV
new person 78% re-elect 10% Depends 7% CBS Times 4/5-12/10 2.5%
Republican 44% Democrat 41% don't care 12% GfK Roper Public Affairs & Media 4/7-12/10 4.3%
someone else 51% re-elect 43% don't care 3%
Republican 45% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 4/5-11/10 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 50% Neither 4% Opinion Research Corp. 4/9-11/10 3.1%
Republican 46% Democrat 50% Neither 4% 3.3% RV
Republican 48% Democrat 44% Gallup 4/5-11/10 3%
Republican 47% Democrat 42% Public Policy Polling (D) 4/9-11/10 3.9%
Republican 44% Democrat 46% Research 2000 4/5-8/10 2.8%
Republican 41% Democrat 40% The Tarrance Group (R) / Lake Research Partners (D) 4/5-8/10 3.1%
Republican 42% Democrat 34% Wilson Research Strategies (R) 4/5-7/10 3.4%
Republican 43% Democrat 39% Opinion Dynamics 4/6-7/10 3.3%
Republican 39% Democrat 44% YouGov 4/3-6/10 3.6%
Republican 44% Democrat 47% RV
Republican 42% Democrat 47% other 1% Ipsos / McClatchy 4/2-5/10 3.1%
Republican 46% Democrat 45% other 1% RV
Republican 47% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 3/29-4/4/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 46% Gallup 3/26-28/10 2.7%
Doesn't Deserve 40% My Congressman 49% USA Today / Gallup 3/26-28/10 3.1%
Doesn't Deserve 65% Most Congressmen 28%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% Research 2000 3/29-4/1/10 2.8%
Republican 39% Democrat 44% YouGov 3/27-30/10 3.3%
Republican 44% Democrat 47% RV
Republican 47% Democrat 45% USA Today / Gallup 3/26-28/10 4%
Republican 46% Democrat 45% RV
Republican 47% Democrat 44% Gallup 3/22-28/10 3%
Someone else 45% Current Person 41% Marist College 3/25-26, 29/10 3.2%
Republican 48% Democrat 46% Opinion Research 2/25-28/10 3.1%
Republican 49% Democrat 45% RV
Republican 46% Democrat 39% Rasmussen Reports 3/22-28/10 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% other 1% TNS 2/23-26/10 3.1%
Republican 44% Democrat 48% other 1% RV
Republican 42% Democrat 48% Research 2000 3/22-25/10 2.8%
Republican 40% Democrat 42% YouGov 3/20-22/10 3.7%
Republican 42% Democrat 47% RV
Republican 44% Democrat 39% other 1% Quinnipiac University 3/16-21/10 2.2%
Republican 25% Democrat 36% Tea Party 15%
other 1%
Republican 43% Democrat 35% Rasmussen Reports 3/15-21/10 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 44% Pew Research Center 3/11-21/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 46% Neither 5% Opinion Research Corp 3/19-21/10 3.1%
Republican 48% Democrat 45% Neither 5% 3.2% RV
Republican 44% Democrat 47% Research 2000 3/15-18/10 2.8%
Republican 42% Democrat 44% other 4% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 3/15-18/10 3.1%
Republican 43% Democrat 44% other 3% 3.4% LV
Republican 45% Democrat 44% YouGov 3/13-16/10 4%
Republican 44% Democrat 47% other 1% Gallup 3/8-15/10 2.4%
Republican 45% Democrat 35% Rasmussen Reports 3/8-14/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 43% Public Policy Polling (D) 3/12-14/10 2.6%
Republican 42% Democrat 45% Hart / McInturff 3/11, 13-14/10 3.4%
new person 51% re-election 38%
Republican 27% Democrat 34% Tea Party 21% Rasmussen Reports 3/11-12/10 3%
Republican 43% Democrat 46% Research 2000 3/8-11/10 2.8%
Republican 37% Democrat 36% OnMessage Inc. (R) 3/9-11/10 2.8%
Republican 38% Democrat 44% don't care 15% GfK Roper Public Affairs & Media 3/3-8/10 3.1%
someone else 49% re-elect 40% don't care 7%
Republican 39% Democrat 45% YouGov 3/6-8/10 3.5%
Republican 44% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 3/1-7/10 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 47% other 1% Gallup 3/1-7/10 2.5%
Republican 42% Democrat 45% Research 2000 3/1-4/10 2.8%
Republican 37% Democrat 46% YouGov 2/28-3/2/10 3.6%
Republican 44% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 2/22-28/10 2%
Republican 40% Democrat 34% Fabrizio, McLaughlin & Assoc. (R) 2/24-28/10 2.5%
Republican 40% Democrat 50% other 1% Ipsos 2/26-28/10 3%
Republican 43% Democrat 47% other 1%
Republican 42% Democrat 35% McLaughlin & Associates (R) 2/24-25/10 3.1%
Republican 44% Democrat 46% Democratcy Corps 2/20-24/10 3%
Republican 47% Democrat 44% LV
Republican 44% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 2/15-21/10 2%
Republican 36% Democrat 37% Research 2000 2/22-25/10 2%
Republican 35% Democrat 36% Opinion Dynamics 2/23-24/10 3%
Republican 43% Democrat 42% Public Opinion Strategies (R) 2/17-18, 20-21/10 3.3%
Republican 44% Democrat 35% Rasmussen Reports 2/15-21/10 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 45% Princeton Survey Research Assoc. 2/18-19/10 3.1%
Republican 37% Democrat 38% Research 2000 2/15-18/10 2%
Republican 46% Democrat 46% Neither 5% Opinion Research Corp. 2/12-15/10 3.1%
Republican 32% Democrat 46% Tea Party 16%
other 3%
Republican 47% Democrat 45% Neither 6% 3.2% RV
Republican 33% Democrat 45% Tea Party 16%
other 3%
Republican 45% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 2/8-14/10 2%
Republican 38% Democrat 39% Research 2000 2/8-11/10 2%
Time for new Person 81% re-elect 8% Depends 6% CBS News / New York Times 2/5-10/10 3%
Republican 39% Democrat 47% YouGov 2/7-9/10 3.7%
Republican 42% Democrat 45% Pew Research Center 2/3-9/10 2.9%
Republican 46% Democrat 46% other <1% TNS 2/4-8/10 3%
Republican 48% Democrat 45% other <1% RV
Republican 25% Democrat 36% Tea Party 17% Rasmussen Reports 2/7-8/10 3%
Republican 39% Democrat 35% other 4% Franklin & Marshall College 2/2-8/10 3.5%
Republican 44% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 2/1-7/10 2%
Republican 37% Democrat 38% Research 2000 2/1-4/10 2%
Republican 45% Democrat 46% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 2/2-4/10 3.5%
Republican 41% Democrat 36% Neither 11% Opinion Dynamics 2/2-3/10 3.3%
New Candidate 38% Current Person 19% Depends 34%
Someone else 44% Current Person 42% Marist College 2/1-3/10 3.2%
Republican 45% Democrat 45% Gallup 2/1-3/10 3.1%
Republican 38% Democrat 43% YouGov Polimetrix 1/31-2/2/10 3.7%
Republican 45% Democrat 38% Rasmussen Reports 1/25-31/10 2%
Republican 43% Democrat 40% Public Policy Polling 1/29-31/10 4.1%
Republican 39% Democrat 37% Research 2000 1/25-28/10 2%
Republican 38% Democrat 44% YouGov Polimetrix 1/24-26/10 3.5%
Republican 42% Democrat 44% Hart (D) / McInturff (R) 1/23-25/10 3.5%
Republican 46% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 1/28-24/10 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 39% other 5% Public Opinion Strategies (R) / Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 1/20-21, 23/10 3.5%
Republican 46% Democrat 45% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 1/7-11, 20-21, 23/10 2%
Republican 38% Democrat 37% Research 2000 1/18-21/10 2%
Republican 41.7% Democrat 37.1% McLaughlin & Associates (R) 1/19-20/10 3.1%
Republican 25.7% Democrat 30.7% TEA Party 8.0%
Republican 45% Democrat 42% Public Policy Polling 1/18-19/10 2.8%
Republican 37% Democrat 44% YouGov Polimetrix 1/16-19/10 3.6%
Republican 37% Democrat 38% Neither 10% Opinion Dynamics 1/12-13/10 3.3%
Republican 37% Democrat 49% GfK Roper Public Affairs & Media 1/12-17/10 3.1%
someone else 47% Re-elect Rep 43%
Republican 45% Democrat 37% Rasmussen Reports 1/11-17/10 2%
Republican 37% Democrat 38% Research 2000 1/11-14/10 2%
Republican 41% Democrat 41% Hart (D) / McInturff (R) 1/10-14/10 3.1%
new person 49% re-election 39%
Republican 39% Democrat 46% YouGov 1/10-12/10 3.5%
Republican 44% Democrat 46% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) 1/7-11/10 3.1%
Republican 44% Democrat 45% other 2% 3.4% LV
Republican 46% Democrat 45% Opinion Research 1/8-10/10 3.1%
Republican 48% Democrat 45% 3.2% RV
Republican 45% Democrat 36% Rasmussen Reports 1/4-10/10 2%
Republican 44% Democrat 46% Pew Research Center 1/6-10/10 2.8%
Republican 36% Democrat 39% Research 2000 1/4-7/10 2%
Republican 38% Democrat 44% YouGov 1/2-4/10 3.8%
Republican 44% Democrat 35% other 6% Rasmussen Reports 12/28-30/09, 1/3/10 2%
Earlier Polls

2012 Presidential Polls
Last Updated on December 3, 2010
Race Republican Democrat Others Pollster Dates MoE
President Palin 42% Obama 51% Public Policy Polling (D) 11/19-21/10 3.7%
Romney 46% Obama 47%
Huckabee 45% Obama 48%
Gingrich 43% Obama 49%
Rubio 37% Obama 48%
Romney 38% Obama 44% Bloomberg 11%
Palin 21%
Gingrich 19%
Romney 18%
Huckabee 16%
Paul 5%
Pawlenty 5%
Thune 3%
Daniels 2%
Public Policy Policy (D) 11/19-21/10 4.9%
Palin 40% Obama 48% other 4% Quinnipiac Univ. 11/8-15/10 2%
Romney 45% Obama 40% other 2%
Huckabee 44% Obama 46% other 2%
Daniels 36% Obama 45% other 2%
Palin 19%
Romney 18%
Huckabee 17%
Gingrich 15%
Pawlenty 6%
Barbour 2%
Daniels 2%
Thune 1%
other 1%
Palin 15%
Huckabee 15%
Romney 13%
Paul 9%
Gingrich 6%
Pawlenty 4%
Barbour 3%
Santorum 2%
other 4%
Pew Research Center 11/4-7/10 2.8%
Republican 48% Obama 42% other 2% Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D) 11/2-3/10 2.2%
Republican 50% Obama 40% other 2% 3.3% LV
Republican 48% Obama 42% Tarrance Group (R) / Lake Research (D) 10/19-21/10 3.1%
Palin 35% Obama 51% Not Vote 10% Selzer & Co. 10/7-10/10 3.7%
Palin 29% Obama 44% Bloomberg 18% Marist College 9/30-10/5/10 3.4%
Romney 40% Obama 41% other 7% Opinion Dynamics 9/28-29/10 3%
Palin 35% Obama 48% other 7%
Huckabee 40% Obama 43% other 5%
Bush 37% Obama 45% other 6%
Christie 30% Obama 42% other 7%
Palin 28% Obama 42% Bloomberg (I) 18%
other 3%
Palin 29% Obama 30% Clinton (I) 27%
other 4%
Tea Party candidate 32% Obama 43% other 7%
Someone else 54% Obama 39%
Romney 19%
Palin 16%
Huckabee 12%
Gingrich 9%
Paul 7%
Pawlenty 3%
Barbour 3%
Santorum 2%
Thune 2%
Daniels 2%
Pence 1%
Christie 1%
1%
other 4%
Obama 52%
Clinton 37%
Gallup 9/25-26/10 3.3%
Palin 42% Obama 51% Tarrance Group (R) / Lake Research (D) 9/19-22/10 3.1%
Daniels 41% Obama 47%
Replace Obama 44% Obama 38% consider other 13%
Republican 43% Obama 35% other 3% Penn Schoen Berland 9/9-16/10 3.1%
Huckabee 38% Obama 40%
Palin 37% Obama 45%
Pawlenty 26% Obama 40%
Romney 38% Obama 38%
Barbour 24% Obama 38%
Romney 25%
Palin 18%
Gingrich 16%
Huckabee 16%
Pawlenty 6%
Daniels 4%
Barbour 2%
Marist College 9/14-16/10 5%
Romney 22%
Huckabee 21%
Gingrich 18%
Palin 17%
Paul 6%
other 6%
Public Policy Polling (D) 9/10-13/10 4.8%
Republican 47% Obama 47% Public Policy Polling (D) 9/10-13/10 4%
Huckabee 47% Obama 44%
Palin 43% Obama 49%
Gingrich 43% Obama 47%
Beck 39% Obama 48%
Romney 43% Obama 46%
Republican 45% Obama 42% Tarrance Group (R) / Lake Research (D) 9/7-9/10 3.1%
Someone Else 51% Obama 39% Allstate / National Journal 8/27-30/10 2.8%
Republican 40% Obama 38% Penn Shoen Berland 8/6-11/10 2.4%
Palin 33% Obama 50%
Romney 33% Obama 42%
Pawlenty 23% Obama 42%
Huckabee 35% Obama 43%
Barbour 21% Obama 43%
Republican 49% Obama 46% other 3% Opinion Research Corp 8/6-10/10 3.1%
Republican 50% Obama 45% other 3% 3.2% RV
Romney 21%
Palin 18%
Gingrich 15%
Huckabee 14%
Paul 10%
Barbour 3%
Pawlenty 3%
Pence 3%
Santorum 2%
other 6%
Obama 74%
other 23%
4.5% RV
Romney 42% Obama 45% Public Policy Polling (D) 8/6-9/10 4%
Huckabee 44% Obama 47%
Palin 43% Obama 49%
Gingrich 42% Obama 49%
Christie 31% Obama 47%
Marceaux 21% Obama 46%
Romney 36% Obama 42% Paul 13%
Huckabee 23%
Romney 22%
Gingrich 21%
Palin 21%
Paul 4%
Public Policy Polling (D) 8/6-9/10 4.9%
Romney 30%
Huckabee 22%
Palin 18%
Gingrich 15%
Jindal 4% other 2%
Clarus Research Group 7/26-27/10 5%
Palin 31% Obama 41% YouGov 7/17-20/10 3.5%
Palin 16%
Romney 14%
Huckabee 11%
Gingrich 8%
Pawlenty 3%
Daniels 2%
Pence 1%
Barbour 1%
Thune 1%
Republican 39% Obama 36% Quinnipiac Univ. 7/13-19/10 2.1%
Romney 35% Obama 39% Penn Schoen Berland 7/9-14/10 3.1%
Huckabee 35% Obama 39%
Palin 36% Obama 48%
Pawlenty 21% Obama 39%
Barbour 21% Obama 39%
Republican 42% Obama 37%
Palin 34% Obama 55% Abt-SRBI 7/12-13/10 3.1%
Huckabee 19%
Romney 18%
Palin 14%
Gingrich 12%
Bush 9%
Pawlenty 3%
Daniels 2%
Barbour 1%
other 7%
3.3%
Romney 46% Obama 43% Public Policy Polling (D) 7/9-12/10 3.8%
Huckabee 47% Obama 45%
Palin 46% Obama 46%
Gingrich 46% Obama 45%
Brewer 36% Obama 44%
Gingrich 23%
Huckabee 21%
Romney 19%
Palin 17%
Paul 7%
other 4%
4.9%
Romney 42% Obama 45% Public Policy Polling 6/4-7/10 3.8%
Huckabee 44% Obama 46%
Palin 41% Obama 40%
Gingrich 39% Obama 47%
Paul 36% Obama 46%
Romney 25%
Huckabee 22%
Palin 19%
Gingrich 15%
Paul 6%
other 5%
4.9%
Brewer 39% Obama 44% other 9% Rasmussen Reports 6/7-8/10 3.1%
Romney 44% Obama 46% Public Policy Polling 5/7-9/10 3.7%
Huckabee 45% Obama 46%
Palin 43% Obama 50%
Gingrich 42% Obama 49%
Johnson 28% Obama 46%
Huckabee 25%
Romney 23%
Gingrich 21%
Palin 20%
Paul 8%
4.2%
Republican 41% Obama 41% other 6% Opinion Dynamics 5/4-5/10 3.3%
Republican 29% Obama 42% Bloomberg (I) 10%
other 6%
Someone else 50% Obama 39% Allstate / National Journal 4/22-26/10 2.8%
Paul 41% Obama 42% other 11% Rasmussen Reports 4/12-13/10 3%
Romney 45% Obama 44% Public Policy Polling 4/9-11/10 3.9%
Huckabee 47% Obama 45%
Palin 45% Obama 47%
Gingrich 45% Obama 45%
Romney 33%
Huckabee 27%
Palin 23%
4.9%
Other 44% Obama 45% Public Policy Polling 4/9-11/10 3.9%
Romney 43% Obama 54% neither 2% Opinion Research Corp. 4/9-11/10 3.1%
Huckabee 43% Obama 55% neither 1%
Palin 40% Obama 57% neither 2%
Romney 45% Obama 53% neither 1% 3.3% RV
Huckabee 45% Obama 54% neither 1%
Palin 42% Obama 55% neither 3%
Huckabee 24%
Romney 20%
Palin 15%
Gingrich 14%
Paul 8%
Santorum 3%
Pawlenty 2%
Pence 2%
Barbour 1%
other 5%
4.5%
Republican 45% Obama 37% Wilson Research Strategies (R) 4/5-7/10 3.4%
Republican 47% Obama 48% Opinion Research 3/25-28/10 3%
Republican 48% Obama 47% RV
Republican 46% Obama 48% Opinion Research 3/19-21/10 3%
Republican 47% Obama 47% RV
Romney 22%
Palin 18%
Huckabee 17%
Gingrich 8%
Paul 8%
Pawlenty 5%
Santorum 5%
Pence 4%
Barbour 1%
other 8%
4.5%
Republican 41% Obama 40% Depends 9% Quinnipiac Univ. 3/16-21/10 2.2%
Doesn't Deserve 48% Obama 40%
Romney 41% Obama 45% Clarus Research Group 3/17-20/10 3%
Huckabee 39% Obama 47%
Palin 34% Obama 52%
Gingrich 36% Obama 48%
Bush 37% Obama 49%
Romney 29%
Huckabee 19%
Palin 18%
Gingrich 13%
Bush 8%
Thune 1%
Daniels 1%
other 2%
4.8%
Romney 44% Obama 44% Public Policy Polling 3/12-14/10 2.6%
Huckabee 44% Obama 46%
Palin 41% Obama 49%
Daniels 34% Obama 45%
Romney 28%
Huckabee 24%
Palin 23%
Paul 11%
other 6%
Public Policy Polling 3/12-14/10 4%
Romney 43% Obama 45% Public Policy Polling 2/13-15/10 3.6%
Huckabee 43% Obama 46%
Palin 43% Obama 50%
Thune 28% Obama 46%
Does Not Deserve Re-elect 52% Obama44% Opinion Research Corp. 2/12-15/10 3.1%
Does Not Deserve Re-elect 52% Obama 44% 3.2% RV
Republican 42% Obama 44% other 3% Gallup 2/1-3/10 4%
Romney 14%
Palin 11%
McCain 7%
Brown 4%
Huckabee 3%
Gingrich 3%
Paul 2%
Pawlenty 1%
McDonnell 1%
Thompson 1%
Jindal 1%
other 10%
5%
Palin 29% Obama 44% Bloomberg 15% Marist College 2/1-3/10 3.2%
Palin 16%
Romney 11%
Cheney 10%
Gingrich 7%
Huckabee 7%
Pawlenty 3%
Paul 2%
Thune 2%
undecided 42%
Research 2000 1/20-31/10 2.2%
Romney 42% Obama 44% Public Policy Polling 1/18-19/10 2.8%
Palin 41% Obama 49%
Huckabee 45% Obama 44%
Petraeus 34% Obama 44%
Romney 35% Obama 47% other 5% Opinion Dynamics 1/12-13/10 3%
Palin 31% Obama 55% other 4%
Gingrich 29% Obama 53% other 5%
TEA Party candidate 23% Obama 48% other 5%
Someone else 47% Obama 43%
Someone else 50% Obama 39% Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor 1/3-7/10 2.8%
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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