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PPP Poll: Warren: 48, Brown: 46

Kevin48 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 5:38 PM
It is bad enough that affirmitive action resulted in our unqualifed president. Now the legacy of affirmitive action is going to saddle the Senate with another unqualifed idealogue who cheated her way throughout here career. Has Warren EVER had a job based on merit???

To the surprise of no one, US Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has received a significant bounce after her -- shall we say -- thought-provoking speech at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. The question, however, is will it last? The PPP pollsters provide some insight:

Things have been going Elizabeth Warren's way in the Massachusetts Senate race over the last month. She's gained 7 points and now leads Scott Brown 48-46 after trailing him by a 49-44 margin on our last poll.

Warren's gaining because Democratic voters are coming back into the fold. Last month she led only...