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Sunday, July 23, 2006


Rasmussen: Lamont 51%, Lieberman 40%; 3-Way Dead Heat

Kos is reporting the Rasmussen poll. I have to say I didn't believe this poll was real when I first heard the numbers yesterday:

Rasmussen. 7/20. Likely voters. MoE 3% (6/12 results)

Democratic primary

Lieberman (D) 40 (46)
Lamont (D) 51 (40)

General Election

Lieberman (Lieberman) 40 (44)
Lamont (D) 40 (29)
Schlesinger (R) 13 (15)

All these likely voter models are untested. But the trend is clear. The momentum is with Ned Lamont, as Connecticut voters across the political spectrum are coming to the conclusion that he should be their next senator. Keep it going:

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