Final Election Polls Being Reported


#1

It doesn’t look like a wave election. If the Republicans take the Senate, we may not know until December or even January.

realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2014/senate/2014_elections_senate_map.html

LATEST SENATE POLLS
NH (NE College): Brown ® +1
LA (USA Today): Cassidy ® +7
NM (AlbqJrnl): Udall (D) +7
CO (Rasmussen): Gardner ® +6
NC (High Point): Race Tied @ 44

New CNN national poll gives Dems 6 pt lead among reg voters and 1 pt lead among likely voters: i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2014/images/10/27/10274pm.poll.pdf

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#2

Seats of Interest:

BOLD = Current GOP Seat

  • = No Democratic candidate

Safe GOP

ME, WV, MT

Solid GOP

SD, LA

Leans GOP

KY, CO, AK, AR

Toss-up

KS*, GA, NC, IA, NH

Leans Dem

IL, MN, NM

Solid Dem

VA, OR


#3

The Americans who don’t trust either party are voting for Republicans wapo.st/1tBMx10

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-apps/imrs.php?src=http://img.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-fix/files/2014/10/antiparty.png&w=484


#4

There was high confidence that Romney would win the last election. The country, just two years ago, remained solidly behind the Democrats and President Obama, including large percentage of Catholics. I do not see how that would have changed in the time since that election.

I think Republicans and Conservatives better vote if they want to win, because I think the “wave” might flow against them, again. The Democrats have a far better ground game and a far better, “get out the vote” push, than do the Republicans…that alone can makeup for 1-3% in close races.

Last time 4-5,000,000 Republicans did not vote–if they do that again, than the Democrats will hold the Senate.


#5

I am tired of all the negative ads.

I am really concerned about voter fraud.

Obama is out on the campaign trail this week.

I hope the dems get the message this november.
And I hope the republicans don’t drop the ball.


#6

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