Well, that's an amazingly nice spread if true, but two other recent polls show this race more in the 13 to 17-point range (although one of them is a Mitchie internal). I'd have to see this trend confirmed in another poll to start getting my hopes up, but I'm glad that we have Lunsford to keep on this race like a bloodhound.
UPDATE: The crosstabs for this one are now available. As Taegan Goddard might say, here's your "key finding":
6 in 10 voters tell SurveyUSA they are focused on the economy, ahead of all other issues. Among voters focused on the economy, McConnell went from a 6-point lead 6 weeks ago, to a 9-point deficit today, a 15-point swing to the Democrat.
To put these numbers into context, it is critical to note that the identical survey that polled Kentucky voters on the US Senate race also asked about the Presidential contest. The same respondents rethinking McConnell are sticking with John McCain. McCain led by 18 points 6 weeks ago, leads by 19 points today.