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Michigan Polls: Senate and Governor's races

It seems both Republicans are within striking distance:

Strategic Vision's latest poll of likely voters in Michigan:

19. If the election for Governor were held today, whom would you vote for Jennifer Granholm, the Democrat or Dick DeVos, the Republican?

Jennifer Granholm 47%
Dick DeVos 43%
Undecided 10%

20. If the election for United States Senate were held today, whom would you vote for Debbie Stabenow, the Democrat or Mike Bouchard, the Republican?

Debbie Stabenow 48%
Mike Bouchard 42%
Undecided 10%

Read all the questions and results at the link above. 1200 likely voters over three days, +/- 3%. The high undecideds, combined with the margins of error, could turn these races around at the end.

Hat tip to Greg Pollowitz at NRO's Sixers for pointing to this page.

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Comments (3)

While the Senate could like... (Below threshold)

While the Senate could likely shift 3 GOP to Dem (DeWine-Ohio, Santorum-Pa, and Chaffee-RI), I say that the GOP will likely pick up from the Dems at least one of these three, Mich, Md and/or NJ. The GOP net loss to the Dems could be as little as 1 or 2.

I pray that you're right. 4... (Below threshold)

I pray that you're right. 40 years of their destructive rule was more then enough. We're just barely starting to fix all the problems they created.

In the debate between Gover... (Below threshold)
Doug Hepner:

In the debate between Governor Granholm and Dick DeVos. Granholm clearly shows that she only understands tax and spend when she said that she would institute a state inheritance tax on the "800 richest families" to pay for more police. Since we have seen so many leave the state and find ourselves in a situation where companies that lose money still need to pay the SBT - I am amazed by the attitude of some who say "Give her another chance." I am also amazed that she blasts DeVos on jobs to China while she has never created a job and leads the state that has the largest net loss of people (with the exception of hurricane damaged by Katrina) of any other state in the U.S. Perhaps we should call her Hurricane Jennifer or Huricane Granholm. (Either name could be used because this would be the first Great Lakes hurricane.)







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