(CNN) - Hours before they meet in their first debate, a new poll indicates that Democrat Chris Coons holds a large lead over Republican Christine O'Donnell in the Senate battle in Delaware, a race that has captured national attention.
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According to a CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday, 57 percent of likely voters in Delaware support Coons, the executive of New Castle County, with 38 percent backing O'Donnell, who scored a major upset last month when she defeated Rep. Mike Castle to win Delaware's GOP Senate nomination.
(CNN) - A new poll indicates that Sen. Patty Murray of Washington leads her Republican challenger Dino Rossi by eight points.
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According to CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday, 51 percent of likely voters in Washington State back the three term senator, with 43 percent supporting Rossi, who was the GOP gubernatorial nominee in 2004 and 2008, with two percent undecided. Murray's eight point advantage is down from a nine point lead from mid-September.
(CNN) - A new poll indicates the Senate battle in West Virginia is dead even, where the GOP hopes to capture a seat held by the Democrats for over half a century.
According to a CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation poll released Wednesday, 44 percent of likely voters support popular two-term Democratic Gov. Joe Manchin, the Democratic nominee, with an equal amount backing businessman John Raese, the Republican nominee. Five percent of those questioned support Jesse Johnson of the Mountain Party and three percent are undecided.
(CNN) - In the battle for Connecticut's open Senate seat, a new poll indicates that longtime Democratic state Attorney General Richard Blumenthal leads Republican nominee and former pro-wrestling executive Linda McMahon by 13 points among likely voters.
According to a CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday, 54 percent of likely voters back Blumenthal, the Democrat's nominee, with 41 percent supporting McMahon, who along with her husband Vince McMahon, managed World Wrestling Entertainment for two decades. The poll indicates that Blumenthal has a nine point advantage among Independent voters and 19 point lead among voters 50 and older.
The poll also contains interesting data on gender and age.
(CNN) - A new poll indicates that the Democrats have double digit leads in all three races at the top of the ballot in New York this year.
According to a CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday, New York State Attorney General and Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Cuomo holds a 14 point advantage over Republican nominee Carl Paladino, a Buffalo businessman and developer.
(CNN) - More bad news for Wisconsin Sen. Russ Feingold.
Feingold, a three-term Democrat, now trails Republican businessman Ron Johnson by 7 points among likely voters, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll.
Fifty-two percent of likely voters are backing Johnson, while 45 percent support Feingold. Three percent remain undecided.
(CNN) - The battle for President Barack Obama's old Senate seat remains a deat heat, according to a new poll. A CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday also indicates the Illinois gubernatorial battle is all tied up.
Forty-three percent of likely voters questioned in the poll say they back Illinois Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias, the Democrat's Senate nominee, while 42 percent support Rep. Mark Kirk, the Republican standard-bearer.
(CNN) - Republican Marco Rubio has taken the lead in Florida's three-way battle for the Senate, according to a new poll. The CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation survey also indicates that the state's gubernatorial battle is dead even.
According to the poll, released Wednesday, 42 percent of likely voters in the Sunshine State now support Rubio, the former Florida House speaker. Thirty-one percent are backing Gov. Charlie Crist, who earlier this year dropped his bid for the GOP nomination and announced he would run for the Senate as an independent candidate.
(CNN) - Earlier this year Republicans were hoping to win back both a Senate seat and the governor's office in Colorado, but thanks to divisions in the GOP, a new poll suggests that the governor's office may be out of reach.
According to a CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday, 47 percent of likely voters in Colorado support Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, the Democrat's gubernatorial nominee, with 21 percent backing GOP nominee Dan Maes, and 29 percent supporting former Rep. and 2008 GOP presidential candidate Tom Tancredo, who is running as the American Constitution Party's nominee.
Maes, who enjoys the backing of some in the Tea Party movement, narrowly beat former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis in the GOP primary last month despite several campaign controversies. After his victory, he faced calls by many prominent Republicans in his state to step down, and national Republicans seem to have washed their hands of the race.
(CNN) - A new poll indicates that Sen. Patty Murray of Washington leads her Republican challenger Dino Rossi by nine points.
According to CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday, 53 percent of likely voters in Washington State back the three term senator, with 44 percent supporting Rossi, who was the GOP gubernatorial nominee in 2004 and 2008.
While the poll indicates that the two candidates are splitting the independent vote, Murray holds an overwhelming lead among members of her own party -Democrats– who outnumber Republicans in the state.
"The state of Washington has been considered pretty blue in recent elections and Murray is capitalizing on that. She is winning support from 95 percent of self-identified Democrats," says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "And 93 percent of Republicans support Rossi, showing how polarized the electorate is - a consequence of the two extremely close gubernatorial races that Rossi ran in 2004 and 2008."