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Massachusetts: Poll Finds Brown Still Maintains Popularity

Sen. Scott Brown (R) doesn’t appear to have lost any luster now that he’s in office. A Boston Globe poll published Monday found him at the top of the state’s political popularity ranks.

The poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, found Brown viewed favorably by 55 percent of those surveyed, versus 54 percent for President Barack Obama and 52 percent for Sen. John Kerry (D).

The survey of 497 likely voters was taken June 17-23 and had an error margin of 4.2 points.

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