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CT: 2010 Sen (Rasmussen 2/1)

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Rasmussen
2/1/10; 500 likely voters, 4.5% margin of error
Mode: Automated phone
(Rasmussen release)

Connecticut

2010 Senate (trends)
54% Blumenthal (D), 35% Simmons (R)
56% Blumenthal (D), 36% McMahon (R)

Favorable / Unfavorable
Richard Blumenthal: 70 / 27
Rob Simmons: 60 / 26
Linda McMahon: 51 / 34

Job Approval / Disapproval
Pres. Obama: 51 / 49 (chart)
Gov. Rell: 67 / 33 (chart)

 

Comments
LordMike:

Simmons is reportedly dropping out of the race...

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StatyPolly:

Linda should piledrive and then chokeslam him at the debate.

Smackdown, baby!

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libertybrewcity:

hey lord mike,
i am hoping you're right. do you have a source or are you pulling a 'fox news' on us...

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Farleftandproud:

Why the hell can't the Democrats find the most popular Democrat in other states to run against the Republican? I think Reid should not run for re-election and let mayor Goodman of Vegas run for the senate seat. That way, Goodman can distance himself from Obama, and will be respected by voters for standing up to Obama's insult about "gambling in Vegas". I would not have said that in a speech.

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Farleftandproud:

Ned Lamont for Governor in 2010!!! I heard CT legislature tried to pass a universal health care bill and Rell the governor vetoed it. In VT, something similar was passed, which was a plan to have competition and non-profit co-ops and expanding medicaid, and it passed. OUr Republican governor didn't veto it thankfully.

To hell with Rell!!!!

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