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Thursday, January 26, 2006

NJ-Sen: Menendez Slips Slightly in New Q-Poll

Posted by DavidNYC

From Quinnipiac (registered voters, Dec. in parens):

Menendez: 38 (44)
Kean: 36 (38)
Undecided: 22 (16)
(MoE: ±3.2%)

Both men have almost identical favorability ratings, with the most salient fact that 64% of respondents say they don't know enough about either guy to express an opinion. My thinking is that as name rec grows for both men, a natural advantage has to accure to Menendez. George Bush just hit his lowest approval rating ever in NJ (36-59). It would be an amazing feat if Kean could avoid being tainted by the GOP's overall poor rep in the state.

Posted at 10:17 AM in 2006 Elections - Senate, New Jersey | Technorati

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what about the rasmussen poll that puts kean up 42-35???

Posted by: Ferris [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 27, 2006 01:40 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment