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MA: 2010 Gov (WNEC 4/11-15)

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Western New England College
528 adults, 4% margin of error
4/11-15/10; 481 registered voters, 4.5% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(WNEC release)

Massachusetts

2010 Governor
34% Patrick, 29% Cahill, 27% Baker

Favorable / Unfavorable
Deval Patrick: 40 / 48
Tim Cahill: 32 / 18
Charles Baker: 20 / 13

Job Approval / Disapproval
Gov. Patrick: 34 / 48

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

I attended this school for 2 years. It has a great law school. I have never seen them conduct a poll.

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jmartin4s:

They polled Massachusetts senate primary race and general last October.

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Westwoodnc Westwoodnc:

There's a Western New England? Don't people just call that Cape Cod? Independents are not doing well in the past elections. I think as the campaign ramps up, the choice be D v. R.

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jamesia:

I believe Cape Cod is on the East side of MA, and therefore the East side of New England. Not to quibble...

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Westwoodnc Westwoodnc:

jamesia:
I believe Cape Cod is on the East side of MA, and therefore the East side of New England. Not to quibble...

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LMAO, I stand corrected. I don't know my Noo Englin'. Back here in Cali, it's like a whole 'nother country.

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Rockym92:

It's too bad that Cahill got into this race. Baker would win by double digits if not for Cahill.

I'm going to guess that Patrick will win with about 37-40% of the vote, which is about as low as it gets for any democrat running in MA.

At least MA-10 has a great chance of going red. Adios Delahunt.

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