Senate and House race polls

Posted by: ST on September 28, 2006 at 11:49 am

Real Clear Politics has the latest. Bookmark that page (and this one, too) and check them frequently between now and November.

RCP’s got the wrong link up for the CT Senate race between Lieberman and Lamont, but the latest poll is showing the Senator ahead of Lamont by 10 points.

In other election-related news, the NYT can barely contain its excitement over the “new hope” they report Democrats have for taking over the Senate.

RSS feed for comments on this post.

3 Responses to “Senate and House race polls”


  1. Lorica says:

    I have no doubt that starting Oct. 1, we will start hearing story after story after story about attacks on our troops in theater. It has started already in many ways but I expect it to get worse. 1st because, AQ is going to rachet up attacks on our troops, in the hope to demoralize Americans and vote for the “peacemakers”. 2nd because the willing accomplices in the MSM desire to help their friends on the left, so they will overplay the “death and destruction” stories hoping for the same thing AQ desires. War does make strange bedfellows, that couldn’t be more true than today. – Lorica

  2. Ryan says:

    I’m sure there will be a few more calls on Lieberman to “respect the will of the voters” and quit (despite being ahead in the polls).

  3. – the Liberals strategies and hopes are as misplaced as their politics. all they’ve succeeded in doing with Lame-mont is insuring a good man will retain his seat. Brilliant.

    – Bang **==