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Alabama

5th district

New

Parker Griffith (D) 46%
Wayne Parker (R) 38%
Anzalone Liszt Research (D) poll conducted Oct. 12-14 for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. It queried 400 likely voters and had a 4.9-point margin of error.

Colorado

Senate

New

Rep. Mark Udall (D) 45%
Bob Schaffer (R) 34%
Others 4%
Suffolk University poll of 600 likely voters conducted Oct. 10-13. It had a 4-point margin of error.

Previous

Udall 54%
Schaffer 40%
Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal//washingtonpost.com poll of 1,088 likely voters taken Oct. 8-12. It had a 3-point margin of error.

Georgia

Senate

New

Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R) 46%
Jim Martin (D) 43%
Allen Buckley (L) 6%
SurveyUSA poll of 547 likely voters taken Oct. 11-12 for WXIA-TV and WMAZ-TV. It had a 4.3-point margin of error.

Previous

Chambliss 47%
Martin 44%
Strategic Vision (R) poll of 800 likely voters taken Oct. 5-7. It had a 3-point margin of error.

Pennsylvania

11th district

New

Lou Barletta (R) 40%
Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D) 35%
Franklin & Marshall College poll surveyed 586 registered voters Oct. 8-12. It had a 4-point margin of error.

New

Barletta 43%
Kanjorski 39%
Research 2000 poll of 400 likely voters taken Oct. 6-8 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It had a 4.9-point margin of error.

Washington

8th district

New

Darcy Burner (D) 47%
Rep. Dave Reichert (R) 40%
Lake Research Partners (D) survey of 500 likely voters taken Oct. 11-14 for EMILY’s List. It had a 4.4-point margin of error.

Previous

Burner 49%
Reichert 44%
Bennett, Petts and Normington (D) poll of 400 likely voters taken Oct. 8-9 for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. It had a 4.9-point margin of error.

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