Elizabeth Warren (D): 46 (35)This is the first MassInc poll on the campaign since Elizabeth Warren declared her candidacy for the Senate in mid-September, and only the third since early October (see here and here for all MA-Sen polls). So, while Warren turning a nine-point deficit into a three-point lead is excellent news, and while this poll does provide more evidence that Warren is currently ahead, the relative dearth of polling means there is still a lot of uncertainty about the state of this campaign.
Scott Brown (R-inc): 43 (44)
Undecided: 11 (18)
Further, despite her narrow lead, there are indications that the barrage of negative advertising against Warren has taken a toll. Both Scott Brown and Warren are viewed unfavorably by 29 percent of the Massachusetts electorate, but 50 percent hold a favorable view of Brown, compared to only 39 percent for Warren.
So the bottom line is this: Warren is probably still in the lead, but the negative attacks against her are keeping it close. She needs your help to stay ahead.