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Poll: Brown, Warren Neck-And-Neck in Mass Senate Race

warren84 Wrote: Apr 02, 2012 7:41 PM
The NY Times owned Boston Globe - Democrat had Brown behind thriteen points the day before he easily beat Martha Coakley.
ThanksToFoundingFathers Wrote: Apr 04, 2012 12:39 PM
States apart couldn't believe Messachewsits would let those scrawny tentacles strangle their Senate seat by a fe-male who had no brain to punish a pervert but a heart that would rather kill a Mockingbird. Voters shook her off. However, it's hard for the N.E. States' citizens to comprehend that they are either lineage remnants of the Royalists who hugged the British King, or incomings who like that kind of thing and still do, thus lived as Democrats. Maybe they can't face it that their Party no longer exists. They "progressively" voted for change and never asked questions. Now they have that change with their Party name transformed to Communist Party. Rhinos are becoming extinct as the Commie Monsters rear their ugly heads.

The second poll conducted this month in Massachusetts shows incumbent Senator Scott Brown and his presumptive Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren essentially tied in a statistical dead heat:

A Boston Globe poll released Sunday shows Brown with 37 percent support from likely voters to Warren's 35 percent. Brown's two-point edge falls within the poll's 4 percent margin of error, however.

But the race is still fluid months ahead of their November match-up, with over a quarter of those surveyed, 26 percent, saying they remain undecided.

The poll also finds Brown, the only Republican lawmaker in the...