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OH: 2010 Gov, Sen (Quinnipiac-4/28-5/4)


Quinnipiac University
4/28 - 5/4/09; 1,079 registered voters, 3% margin of error
398 registered Republicans (4.9%), 437 registered Democrats (4.7%)
Mode: Live Telephone Interviews

Ohio

Job Approval / Disapproval
Pres. Obama (D): 62 / 31
Gov. Strickland (D): 57 / 29 (chart)
Sen. Voinovich (R): 55 / 30 (chart)
Sen. Brown (D): 52 / 24 (chart)

    2010 Governor

Republican Primary
DeWine 35, Kasich 23, Coughlin 2 (trend)

General Election (trends)
Gov. Strickland (D) 51, Kasich (R) 32
Gov. strickland (D) 48, DeWine (R) 36

    2010 Senate

Republican Primary
Portman 29, Taylor 8, Ganley 8 (trend)

Democratic Primary
Fisher 20, Brunner 16, Yates 4 (trend)

General Election (trends)
Fisher 42, Portman 31
Fisher 41, Taylor 29
Brunner 38, Taylor 29
Brunner 40, Portman 32

(source)

 

Comments
IdahoMulato:

Ohio is trending blue. Hahahaha!!!!

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Stillow:

See, there ya go, its not all bad for your Dems in 2010, OH looks decent right now for you guys, the others don't, but OH can be your silver lining. Keep your chins up....at least until the g'ment tells you not to!

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IdahoMulato:

LOL!

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Smooth Jazz:

@ Stillow,

"Not all bad" for Dems? You've obviously not done any research on next year's election. Democrats are expected to probably lose seats in the House but......pick up seats in the Senate. If you define even more power in the upper Senate as "not all bad" then you Republicans must enjoy being irrelevant.

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BobinOakland:

Stillow's still bummed that Ridge ain't running in PA. And Kirk's probably not running in IL either.

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