Rasmussen Reports, You Decide, Vol. 18

AR-Sen (5/19, likely voters, 4/26 in parens):

Blanche Lincoln (D-inc): 28 (29)

John Boozman (R): 66 (57)

Bill Halter (D): 33 (31)

John Boozman (R): 60 (56)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

AZ-Sen (5/17, likely voters, 4/13 in parens):

Rodney Glassman (D): 28 (32)

John McCain (R-inc): 57 (54)

Rodney Glassman (D): 33 (39)

J.D. Hayworth (R): 49 (48)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

AZ-Sen (R):

John McCain (R-inc): 52 (47)

J.D. Hayworth (R): 40 (42)

(MoE: ±4%)

AZ-Gov (5/17, likely voters, 4/27 in parens):

Terry Goddard (D): 39 (40)

Jan Brewer (R-inc): 52 (48)

Terry Goddard (D): 40 (38)

Dean Martin (R): 41 (42)

Terry Goddard (D): 42 (40)

John Munger (R): 41 (40)

Terry Goddard (D): 38 (39)

Buz Mills (R): 45 (43)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

AZ-Gov (R) (5/17, likely voters, 4/13 in parens):

Jan Brewer (R): 45 (26)

Dean Martin (R): 18 (12)

Buz Mills (R): 18 (18)

John Munger (R): 3 (14)

(MoE: ±4%)

CT-Sen (5/18, likely voters, 5/4 in parens):

Richard Blumenthal (D): 48 (52)

Linda McMahon (R): 45 (39)

Richard Blumenthal (D): 50 (55)

Rob Simmons (R): 39 (32)

Richard Blumenthal (D): 53 (54)

Peter Schiff (R): 37 (29)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

FL-Gov (5/16, likely voters, 4/15 in parens):

Alex Sink (D): 35 (38)

Bill McCollum (R): 43 (45)

Alex Sink (D): 41

Rick Scott (R): 40

(MoE: ±4.5%)

FL-Sen (5/16, likely voters, 5/3 in parens):

Kendrick Meek (D): 18 (17)

“Marcus” Rubio (R): 39 (34)

Charlie Crist (I): 31 (38)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

KY-Sen (5/19, likely voters):

Jack Conway (D): 34 (38)

Rand Paul (R): 59 (47)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

ND-AL (5/18-19, likely voters, 4/20 in parens):

Earl Pomeroy (D-NPL-inc): 43 (45)

Rick Berg (R): 52 (49)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

NY-Sen-B (5/12, likely voters):

Kirsten Gillibrand (D-inc): 51

Joe DioGuardi (R): 28

Kirsten Gillibrand (D-inc): 51

Bruce Blakeman (R): 31

Kirsten Gillibrand (D-inc): 46

David Malpass (R): 27

(MoE: ±4.5%)

PA-Sen (5/19, likely voters, 5/6 in parens):

Joe Sestak (D): 46 (40)

Pat Toomey (R): 42 (42)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

PA-Gov (5/19, likely voters, 4/15 in parens):

Dan Onorato (D): 36 (36)

Tom Corbett (R): 49 (45)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

SC-Gov (D) (5/17, likely voters):

Vincent Sheheen (D): 30

Jim Rex (D): 22

Robert Ford (D): 4

Other: 10

Undecided: 32

(MoE: ±4.5%)

SC-Gov (R) (5/17, likely voters):

Nikki Haley (R): 30

Henry McMaster (R): 19

Gresham Barrett (R): 17

Andre Bauer (R): 12

Undecided: 18

(MoE: ±3%)

TX-Gov (5/13, likely voters, 4/15 in parens):

Bill White (D): 38 (44)

Rick Perry (R-inc): 51 (48)

(MoE: ±4.5%)

52 thoughts on “Rasmussen Reports, You Decide, Vol. 18”

  1. AZ-Gov, AR-Sen, and KY-Sen really jump out for me. I mean, I know that Boozman is heavily favored, but there’s no way in hell he has 60%+ of the vote as of now…

  2. How has Haley climbed up in the polls so fast?  Could she be the next Sarah Palin if she wins.  (She has been endorsed by Palin, Mitt Romney, and former SC First Lady, Jenny Sanford.)

  3. this is that PPP will have a poll of SC out this week and R2K of Arkansas. I don’t really trust R2K, but they will be a lot closer than 66% Boozman.

    It would be nice if R2K or PPP could poll the same state right after Rasmussen.

  4. I’m doubtful she ever will.

    Likewise, things looking pretty good for Sestak.

    And Gillibrand will now likely be with us for a good few decades, unless she gets snatched up for the national ticket at some point.

  5. I thought that Jim Rex was the only Dem elected statewide and would easily win the primary.. who is this other guy who is beating him. I never heard of them (I’m not from South Carolina however).

  6. I can see Rasmussen now:

    “58% of people agree with the changes in the Texas school board creating a more conservative curriculum. 42% are Godless liberals.”  

  7. Nothing surprising in either race.  The Toomey / Sestak results are in the margin of error of where they have been in other polls.  I am curious where they go as Toomey is flush with cash and Sestak is broke.  We literally might see Toomey try to strangle Sestak in the crib; something Weldon and Specter should have done, but failed to do.  Toomey is going to do his best to make this race about economic issues as the polls are in his favor on spending and health care.  If Sestak lets Toomey define this race early, he will lose.  

    In terms of the Governor’s race, Corbett’s supposed bad week turned out well as the judge gave the first Bonusgate witness to be sentenced a higher sentence than even requested by the AG’s office.  These polls resemble what we have already seen in pretty much every other poll since the beginning of the year.

  8. This is likely when Sestak will be basking in good media, inflating his numbers a bit.  This would go against the narrative that Dems are in trouble.

  9. What is the giant chunk of money he has raised from “other”? He has raised approximately $6 mil and about $4 mil came from something that is not PAC, candidate, or individual donors. Is it his fund he had from his House account? Somebody please explain. http://www.fec.gov/DisclosureS

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