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MD: 2010 Gov (Post 5/3-6)

Topics: Maryland , poll

Washington Post
5/3-6/10; 851 registered voters, 3% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(Post release)

Maryland

2010 Governor
Registered voters: 49% O'Malley (D), 41% Ehrlich (R)
Likely voters: 47% O'Malley (D), 47% Ehrlich (R)

 

Comments
tjampel:

WaPo thinks that Dems will be staying home on election day. They're right if the party doesn't do something to get them more energized. This is the largest single differential between registered and likely voters that I've seen thus far this cycle.

I'll be looking very carefully at future polls referencing the enthusiasm gap, intention to vote, strongly support, etc.

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Farleftandproud:

Oh c'mon, the post is implying that Democrats are a bunch of morons who will stay home in the midterms in Maryland. MD has a lot more people with an interest in government than most states. Being close to the nation's capital I would say having this big of a difference between LV and RV is just a copy off Rasmussen's pollsters.

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Gallup has the same thing. Among those most enthusiastic about voting, Republicans lead Democrats by 20 points.

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