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MO: 2010 Sen (PPP 3/27-28)

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Public Policy Polling (D)
3/27-28/10; 495 likely voters, 4.4% margin of error
Mode: Automated phone
(PPP release)

Missouri

2010 Senate (trends)
45% Blunt, 41% Carnahan (chart)
42% Carnahan, 38% Purgason

Favorable / Unfavorable
Roy Blunt: 25 / 41
Robin Carnahan: 38 / 43
Chuck Purgason: 4 / 14

Job Approval / Disapproval
Pres. Obama: 43 / 52 (chart)

Do you support or oppose President Obama's health care plan, or do you not have an
opinion?

37% Support, 54% Oppose

 

Comments
CUWriter:

Missouri has been remarkably static. Blunt has held mid single digit leads for awhile and those Obama and health care numbers are almost identical to Nov as Jensen pointed out.

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Field Marshal:

Those favorable numbers look a bit off.

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djneedle83:

The questions that I have to ask about this race.

1) Will sister Sarah campaign for Blunt? Blunt is a D.C insider so I'm not sure how this will play out in the fall. His FAV rating is negative!!

2) Is the 37% favorable for HCR the reasonable bottom line for the Democratic candidate in this race.

3) Can Obama campaign appearances tilt the race?

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Stillow:

Yes obama campaigning will help.........the GOP as it did in Va, Nj and MA. It would be great for the GOP if Obama turned up at all close races to tilt the the race to the GOP.

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Lt. Cmdr. Walrus:

As an MO resident, I had a hard time believing Blunt's favorables were in the high 50s as they were in previous polls, especially after his son's term as governor.

However, if I had to bet on this race I'd still pick Blunt simply due to the current environment, but Carnahan can win this if she plays her cards right.

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