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Alaska

Senate

New

Mark Begich (D) 48%
Sen. Ted Stevens (R) 46%
Research 2000 poll of 600 likely voters conducted Oct. 14-16 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It had a 4-point margin of error.

Previous

Begich 47%
Stevens 43%
Fairleigh Dickinson University poll of 601 likely voters conducted Sept. 17-21. It had a 4-point margin of error.

California

50th district

New

Rep. Brian Bilbray (R) 44%
Nick Leibham (D) 42%
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (D) poll of 400 likely voters taken Oct. 13-14 for Leibham. It had a 4.9-point margin of error.

New

Bilbray 48%
Leibham 35%
Poll of 300 likely voters conducted Oct. 12-13 for Bilbray’s campaign by the Tarrance Group (R). It had a 5.7-point margin of error.

Colorado

Senate

New

Rep. Mark Udall (D) 43%
Bob Schaffer (R) 38%
Hill Research Consultants (R) poll of 600 registered voters taken Oct. 14-16 for Schaffer. It had a 4-point margin of error.

New

Udall 52%
Schaffer 40%
Garin-Hart-Yang Research (D) poll conducted Oct. 13-14 for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. It queried 608 likely voters and had a 4-point margin of error.

Kentucky

Senate

New

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R) 46%
Bruce Lunsford (D) 42%
Research 2000 poll of 600 likely voters taken Oct. 15-16 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It had a 4-point margin of error.

Previous

McConnell 47%
Lunsford 38%
Voter/Consumer Research poll of 800 likely voters taken Oct. 5-8 for McConnell. It had a 3.5-point margin of error.

2nd district

New

Brett Guthrie (R) 51%
David Boswell (D) 42%
SurveyUSA poll of 599 likely voters taken Oct. 15-17 for WHAS-TV. It had a 4.1-point margin of error.

Louisiana

Senate

New

Sen. Mary Landrieu (D) 47%
John Kennedy (R) 42%
OnMessage Inc. (R) poll of 500 likely voters conducted Oct. 14-16 for Kennedy. It had a 4.4-point margin of error.
Previous

Landrieu 46%
Kennedy 40%
Southern Media & Opinion Research poll of 600 likely voters taken June 26-28. It had a 4-point margin of error.

Maine

Senate

New

Sen. Susan Collins (R) 53%
Rep. Tom Allen (D) 40%
Research 2000 poll of 600 likely voters taken Oct. 14-15 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It had a 4-point margin of error.

Previous

Collins 56%
Allen 31%
Pan Atlantic SMS poll of 400 adults conducted June 10-18. It had a 5-point margin of error.

Minnesota

Senate

New

Al Franken (D) 41%
Sen. Norm Coleman (R) 39%
Dean Barkley (I) 18%
Research 2000 poll of 600 likely voters taken Oct. 15-16 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It had a 4-point margin of error.

Previous

Franken 36%
Coleman 36%
Barkley 18%
Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal/washingtonpost.com poll of 1,109 likely voters taken Oct. 8-12. It had a 3.1-point margin of error.

Mississippi

Senate
Special Election

New

Sen. Roger Wicker (R) 47%
Ronnie Musgrove (D) 46%
Research 2000 poll conducted Oct. 14-15 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It interviewed 600 likely voters and had a 4-point margin of error.

Previous

Wicker 45%
Musgrove 44%
Poll of 600 likely voters taken July 21-23 by Research 2000 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It had a 4-point margin of error.

North Carolina

Senate

New

Kay Hagan (D) 49%
Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R) 45%
Research 2000 poll of 600 likely voters taken Oct. 14-15 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It had a 4-point margin of error.

Previous

Hagan 49%
Dole 40%
Public Policy Polling (D) surveyed 1,202 likely voters Oct. 4-5. The survey had a 2.8-point margin of error.

Oregon

Senate

New

Jeff Merkley (D) 47%
Sen. Gordon Smith (R) 41%
Other 6%
Research 2000 poll of 600 likely voters taken Oct. 14-15 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It had a 4-point margin of error.

Previous

Merkley 44%
Smith 42%
Dave Brownlow (Constitution) 8%
SurveyUSA poll of 708 likely voters taken Sept. 22-23 for Roll Call and KATU-TV. It had a 3.8-point margin of error.

Texas

Senate

New

Sen. John Cornyn (R) 50%
Rick Noriega (D) 44%
Yvonne Adams (Libertarian) 2%
Research 2000 poll of 600 likely voters taken Oct. 14-15 for the Daily Kos (D) Web site. It had a 4-point margin of error.

Previous

Cornyn 49%
Noriega 33%
Baselice & Associates (R) poll of 1,005 registered voters taken May 20-25. It had a 3-point margin of error.

Virginia

2nd district

New

Rep. Thelma Drake (R) 47%
Glenn Nye (D) 42%
Bennett, Petts & Normington (D) poll of 400 likely voters conducted Oct. 14-15 for Normington. It had a 4.9-point margin of error.

Previous

Drake 45%
Nye 40%
Bennett, Petts and Normington (D) poll of 400 likely voters conducted Sept. 21-22 for Nye. It had a 4.9-point margin of error.

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