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NH: 2010 Sen (UNH 1/27-2/3)

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University of New Hampshire Granite State Poll
1/27-2/3/10; 500 adults, 4.4% margin of error
444 likely voters, 4.7% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(UNH release)

New Hampshire

2010 Senate (trends)
Ayotte 41%, Hodes 33% (chart)
Hodes 36%, Bender 27%
Hodes 34%, Binnie 30%
Hodes 38%, Lamontagne 29%

Favorable / Unfavorable
Jeanne Shaheen: 48 / 39 (chart)
Judd Gregg: 54 / 23 (chart)
Paul Hodes: 32 / 27
Kelly Ayotte: 38 / 12
Jim Bender: 6 / 2
Bill Binnie: 10 / 4
Ovide Lamontagne: 12 / 9

 

Comments
Farleftandproud:

Mary Landreu the other night on C Span sounded more frantic than Sarah Palin about health care. She was chewing out the president of the Senate worse than Jim Demint would chew out Harry Reid. Unfortunately it had to do with her sweetheart potential deal in funds to her state for her healthcare vote. I think conservatives would be extremely entertained. Nothing like party in-fighting.

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Stillow:

Its not just Mary. She knows, just like Nelson, Lincoln, Bayh, Webb and a few others tha tthey have ended there careers so that Obama and the Dem leadership can look good with the kooky base of their party.

The blue dog purge begins this fall....since they have proven to be lap dogs, not blue dogs.

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Mark in LA:

Hey Stillow, speaking of purges, the Tea Party looks like it will work diligently to purge those few Moderate Republicans who still reside on Planet Earth. That should work real well for the GOP. Hello Sarah Palin!

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Stillow:

Hmmm, I guess you missed Mass a few weeks ago. Scott Brown was the tea party guy.......and last I checked, he won in MA....ya know, that bluest of blue states. Oh, did I mention he won the seat held by Ted kennedy too?

You lefties don't understand who and what the tea party is, that is why you are losing election after election lately.

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Field Marshal:

Not to mention that there are several far lefties challenging or intending to challenge moderate dems like Specter, Gillibrand, Lincoln and Landrieu. But i guess it only matters when a someone on the right challenges a moderate.

Come 2012, there will be few, if any, moderate dems left in the Senate thanks to the crazy far left in control of the dems.

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obamalover:

@Stillow

Scott Brown supports universal healthcare. LOL!

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Stillow:

OL - Where ya been at? We missed your vast wisdom around here.

Lots of people favor HCR and coverage to all who need it, the debat si primarily over the role of g'ment in that process and how to ensure the private sector stays intact and is not regualted out of business. Brown said NO to the Dems plan.....and oh ya, he won for doing that.

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Mark in LA:

I am confident that we can all come up with our own interpretations of the Massachusett's election. As for me, I think the voters were saying "Don't be arrogant!"
Scott Brown was not arrogant.
Coakley was.
A good percentage of those on the Left took the 2008 Election as confirmation that we could govern from the left. Which we could have done if: the economy was doing better, the Bank Executives weren't flaunting their bonuses after getting bailed out, and deficits weren't so high.
Go ahead, crow all you want. Explain how the GOP is the best thing since sliced bread.
This populist anger will come around and bite you in the ass, once their done chewing on our derrieres.

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Field Marshal:

Who doesn't favor universal health care? I know the Republicans favor it. Dems do too. Scott Brown, among the vast majority of people rightly say no to government-run universal health care!

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Field Marshal:

Who doesn't favor universal health care? I know the Republicans favor it. Dems do too. Scott Brown, among the vast majority of people rightly say no to government-run universal health care!

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Field Marshal:

Mark, if voters don't like arrogance, Obama will be toast in 2012.

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obamalover:

@Stillow

You miss the point. Once universal healthcare passed in Mass even Republicans now love it. But voters in Mass see no point in supporting universal healthcare for everyone else when they already have it. So it is hardly a rejection of liberal ideals. The dynamics in Mass are completely different.

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Stillow:

OL - The scary part of what you wrote is I actually think you beleive that!!!!!!!

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obamalover:

@Stillow

You can look at any poll and every one of them says people in Mass support their universal healthcare system. And Scott Brown supports universal healthcare, eventhough he doesn't support the bill in Congress. Those are facts. Those are also liberal ideals. You are horribly deluded if you don't think that is the case.

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saywhat90:

Stillow, according to Scott brown he was not a tea party candidate.

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Farleftandproud:

We'll see if Scott Brown still supports Universal health care in a few months when he has been with the GOP hardliners for awhile. A good move for him would be to not vote to support a fillibuster on Obama's labor pick. I seriously think he won't want to come across as a typical Republican senator like a Grassley.

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