It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Poll Vaulting The Brown/Warren U.S. Senate Race)

The local dailies are – wait for it – presenting very different pictures of polling data in the runup to tomorrow’s actual voting in the U.S. Senate race between Scott Brown (R-I’m Nobody’s Senator But Yours) and Elizabeth Warren (D-I’m Nobody’s Senator Yet).

From the Sunday Boston Globe (boink! sorry, paywall):

Two new polls show Brown, Warren in tight race

A new poll released Sunday morning shows Elizabeth Warren leading Senator Scott Brown by four percentage points, 50 percent to 46 percent. The live telephone poll of 535 voters was conducted between Oct. 26 and Nov. 1 by the Western New England University Polling Institute on behalf of the Springfield Republican and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points. It’s the seventh of eight recent public polls that show Warren with a lead of between two and seven percentage points.

It’s a whole nother world, however, in today’s Boston Herald . . .

Read the rest at IGTLTDT.


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3 Responses to It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Poll Vaulting The Brown/Warren U.S. Senate Race)

  1. Laurence Glavin says:

    Bad news: Tess is leaving “Marketplace” very shortly. One of the most musical female speaking voices on the radio machine. Now we’re left with Margaret Juntwait, announciatrix of the Metropolitan Opera radio broadcasts; Terry Gross of NPR’s “Fresh Air”; and Stephanie Miller of the Stephanie Miller, host of her eponymous show on Current TV and several radio stations in other parts of the country.

  2. Curmudgeon says:

    I am so, so tired of Terry Groce’s fawning interviews.

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