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US: National Survey (Quinnipiac 3/16-21)

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Quinnipiac
3/16-21/10; 1,907 registered voters, 2.2% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(Quinnipiac release)

National

2010 Congress: Generic Ballot
44% Republican, 39% Democrat (chart)

Suppose a Tea Party candidate were running in your district. If the 2010 election for the U.S. House of Representatives were being held today, would you vote for the Republican candidate, the Democratic candidate, or the Tea Party candidate in your district?
36% Democrat, 25% Republican, 15% Tea Party

State of the Country
29% Satisfied, 70% Dissatisfied (chart)

Favorable / Unfavorable
Republican Party: 33 / 42
Democratic Party: 33 / 48
Tea Party movement: 28 / 23
Sarah Palin: 33 / 51 (chart)

Party ID
32% Democrat, 28% Republican, 35% independent (chart)

 

Comments
jack:

Bad news for Democrats.

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williame123:

All these polls coming out were taken during the final days of the HCR debate. Gallup and Ras which are daily polls have seen a bump for Obama. Gallup has gone from 46-48 to 51-43 and Ras has gone from 43-56 to 48-52. That is an 11 point turnaround in Gallup and a 9 point swing in Ras.

Dwelling on polls when you are this far out from an election and the political environment is fluid is silly. The polls will vacillate for the rest of the year based on conditions on the ground.

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Wong:

Words of political wisdom, William. The Nov. election will turn on public perception of the economy in the fall.

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