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Our new Massachusetts poll for @LCVoters finds Elizabeth Warren leading Scott Brown 53-44:

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Our new Montana poll for @LCVoters finds Jon Tester leading Denny Rehberg 46-44:

President Obama may still be unsure of where he will be in February, but Harry Reid is beginning to feel a lot more comfortable in his Senate Majority Chair.

2:23 PM PT:

Brown’s approval rating has dipped to just 46%, with 45% of voters unhappy with his job performance. Meanwhile Warren’s favorability numbers continue improving as the  campaign progresses. 52% of voters now have a positive opinion of her to just 43% with

a negative one.

-Warren is now leading Brown with both women (55-40) and men (50-48). She also has the advantage with voters in every age group. She’s cut Brown’s lead with independents almost in half over the last two months, from 26 points in August to now just 15 points.

And she has the Democratic base pretty unified around  her with 81% planning to vote for her compared to only 14% who are siding with Brown.

-Barack Obama leads the Presidential race in the state 57-39, a small improvement from last week when he led only 55-41. He’s winning over 16% of the Republican vote in the state, more than Mitt Romney’s 11% share with Democrats.

2:26 PM PT:
-Tester has a 45/41 advantage among independent voters and is benefiting from an  extremely unified party base with 91% of Democrats planning to vote for him compared to only 1% who are siding with Rehberg. Tester is also winning over 9% of the Republican vote.

-Rehberg continues to be very unpopular with Montana voters. Only 40% approve of the job he’s doing in the House to 52% who express disapproval. He’s at a 37/54 spread with independent voters.

-Tester’s lead is being sparked in particular by large leads among women (50/40) and voters under 30 (45/37).

-Barack Obama trails Mitt Romney 53/43 in the Presidential race in the state. That’s pretty much unchanged from a 52/41 spread last week.

2:28 PM PT: New Warren ad:

3:24 PM PT:
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Over the next 48 hours we'll release Presidential polls for Colorado, Iowa, and New Hampshire. Next Ohio poll comes Saturday

3:50 PM PT: PPP out with Washington State polling results:

PublicPolicyPolling ‏@ppppolls
Our Washington poll also found a surprisingly close race for President- Obama up 50/45. Pre-debate though:

PublicPolicyPolling ‏@ppppolls
Our newest Washington poll finds Jay Inslee leading Rob McKenna 48-42 for Governor:

No marriage equality polling in WA released though.
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