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2005 Polls
Governor Polls Last Updated on December 2, 2005
Blue
Democratic Take Over
Cyan
Democrats Retention
Green
Toss Up
Gray
No Election
Pink
Republican Retention
Red
Republican Take Over
No Races in Gray States
California: Villaraigosa 60% - Hahn 36%, Survey USA, May 13-15, 2005, MoE 4.3%, Villaraigosa 51% - Hahn 40%, Losa Angeles Times, May 2-8, 2005, MoE 4% Massachusetts: Romney (R) 44% - Meehan (D) 41%, Romney (R) 40% - Markey (D) 43%, Healey (R) 29% - Meehan (D) 42%, Healey (R) 29% - Markey (D) 41%, Romney (R) 46% - Reilly (D) 38%, RKM Research, June 25-28, 2004, MoE 4.4% New Jersey: Forrester (R) 45% - Corzine (D) 52% - others 3%, Quinnipiac Univ., October 31 - November 6, 2005, MoE 3.5%, Forrester (R) 44% - Corzine (D) 50% - others 5%, Survey USA., November 4-6, 2005, MoE 3.5%, Forrester (R) 39% - Corzine (D) 44% - others 5%, Rasmussen Reports, November 6, 2005, MoE 4.5%, Forrester (R) 37% - Corzine (D) 43% - others ?%, Rutgers Univ., November 1-5, 2005, MoE 3.6%, Forrester (R) 44% - Corzine (D) 48% - others 2%, Fairleigh Dickinson., November 4-5, 2005, MoE 3.5%, Forrester (R) 38% - Corzine (D) 47% - others 4%, Monmouth Univ., November 2-4, 2005, MoE 3.6%, Forrester (R) 46% - Corzine (D) 51% - others <1%, Marist College, November 6, 2005, MoE 5%, Forrester (R) 36% - Corzine (D) 48% - others ?%, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (D), November 2-3, 2005, MoE 4%, New York City: Bloomberg (R) 68% - Ferrer (D) 30% - Ognibene (Cns) 2%, Quinnipiac University October 31 - November 6, 2005, MoE 3.7%, Bloomberg (R) 60% - Ferrer (D) 28% - Ognibene (Cns) 1% - other 1%, Blum & Weprin, October 30 - November 4, 2005 MoE 4%, Bloomberg (R) 62% - Ferrer (D) 31% - Ognibene (Cns) 3%, Marist College, October 27 - 30, 2005 MoE 5%, , Ohio: 2nd Congressional District McEwen (R) 24% - DeWine (R) 23%, Public Opinion Strategies (R), June 1-2, 2005 MoE 5.7%, Virginia: Kilgore (R) 45% - Kaine (D) 50% - Potts (I) 3%, Survey USA, November 4-6, 2005, MoE 3.9%, Kilgore (R) 46% - Kaine (D) 49% - Potts (I) 2%, Rasmussen Reports, November 2, 2005, MoE 3%, Kilgore (R) 44% - Kaine (D) 45% - Potts (I) 4%, Mason Dixon, November 1-2, 2005, MoE 4%, Kilgore (R) 46.1% - Kaine (D) 47.8%, Zogby Interactive, October 25-31, MoE 3.5%, Kilgore (R) 36% - Kaine (D) 44% - Potts (I) 5%, Roanoke College, October 23-30, 2005, MoE 5%, Wisconsin: School Superintendent Race Underheim (R) 37.3% - Burmaster (D) 35.3, McLuaghlin & Assoc. (R), February 7-8, 2005, MoE 4.5%

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