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IL: 37% Brady, 32% Quinn (Tribune 8/28-9/1)

Topics: Illinois , poll

Chicago Tribune / WGN by Market Shares Corp.
8/28-9/1/10; 600 likely voters, 4% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(Chicago Tribune article)

Illinois

2010 Senate
37% Brady (R), 32% Quinn (D) (chart)

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

The chickens are coming home to roost in IL. It is just like how I recall in 2008, Obama had leads for a short while in SC, WV and SD. Bush had short lived leads in 2004 in Oregon, Maine and Hawai but didn't win there.

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Fred:

Quinn appears to be done here. Because of Quinn not being popular, dems don't seem to have a huge reason to go to the polls, considering the dem senate candidate isn't all that popular either. Kirk has his problems, but Brady should bring some votes for Kirk, putting him over the top.

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Farleftandproud:

Don't you Wish

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Gtfan4ever:

Farleft do you not know how to read a poll? Quinn is behind.

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Moravej:

This is a great poll considering it doesn't know that this is a Governor's race. Leaving out candidates that get 10-15% of the vote does not help your credibility either.

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"Brady collected 37 percent to Quinn's 32 percent support, while another 19 percent were undecided in the poll of 600 likely registered voters conducted Aug. 28 through Wednesday. Former Democratic lieutenant governor nominee Scott Lee Cohen, who's now running as an independent for the top post, had 4 percent, and Green Party candidate Rich Whitney and Libertarian Party contender Lex Green each had 2 percent. The survey's error margin was plus or minus 4 percentage points."

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