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NEW: Warren Overtakes Brown in Latest Poll

Monday, September 17, 2012

 

Democratic hopeful Elizabeth Warren now leads Republican Senator Scott Brown by 2 points, 48-46, according to new poll data released by Public Policy Polling.

The results reflect a 7-point swing for Warren over the past month. In PPP's August poll of the Massachusetts Senate race, Warren trailed Brown by 5 points.

PPP, which surveyed 876 likely Massachusetts voters from September 13 to 16, attributed most of Warren's gains to more Democrats joining her ranks.

In the previous poll, Warren led 73-20 among Democrats. That lead was extended to 81-13 in this month's results.

“The Massachusetts Senate race remains a toss up,” said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling. “But the momentum is clearly on Elizabeth Warren’s side now.” 

 

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