At first glance, those numbers might seem a bit laughable, but don't forget: Seals put out some pretty similar internal polls last cycle, including one in November 2007 that showed him leading the hapless Jay Footlik by 58-6. Seals eventually won that primary with 81% of the vote despite Footlik raising some decent pie.
The Math is pretty formidable for Seals here -- he posts an 83% name recognition score, and a 70-13 favorable/unfavorable spread. In short, despite losing two general elections in a row, Democratic voters appear to like Seals pretty well. Hamos, a state representative who lives in the nearby 9th District, is only known to 18% of voters, so she has some room to grow, but she'd have to raise some seriously huge scrilla to wash out Seals' strong and early advantage.
The full, Resistance Is Futile-themed polling memo is available below the fold.