Tag Archive for Polls

New Poll shows Loretta Gaining Steam on Kamala

Rep. Loretta Sanchez and Dot Deleon (2011)

Monday’s LA Times carried this story that shows the race for US Senate in California may be a two Democratic-candidate race. Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez started from ground zero this Spring and is now within 10 points of State AG Kamala Harris.  None of the Republicans in the race are even close to challenging. According to…

Blame Bush? It’s Not Just for Democrats Anymore

The Republicans are crowing about this prospects in this Fall’s midterms and have been for quite some time.  Traditionally, the president’s party loses seats in a midterm election and I do expect we’ll lose some seats in the House and Senate simply because there were seats long held by Republicans that turned blue in 2006…

Latest Projections for Maine Question #1

From Nate Silver over at FiveThirtyEight.com we have his latest analysis of the anti-Gay Marriage measure on the ballot in Maine, Question #1. Maine — Question 1 — “Do you want to reject the new law that lets same-sex couples marry and allows individuals and religious groups to refuse to perform these marriages?” . The…

The Debate Last Night: Obama won again

Election Night keeps looking better and better; its stilll going to come down to a massive GOTV effort by Democrats, especially for those down ticket races and ballot questions. The second debate was much like the first debate in that voters felt Obama won.  According to a CBS poll of 516 uncommitted voters showed that…

WDYT: Is the “McMentum” Fading Away?

As I was saying this morning, the corporate media declared John McCain “the winner” of the weekend. But according to today’s Gallup tracking poll, he really isn’t. Check this out: Obama 46% McCain 43% So what’s happening? McCain’s probably coming off of his “BEST. WEEK. EVAH.” He got to strut his “foreign policy street cred”…