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2006 Governor Races
Governor Polls Last Updated on November 7, 2006
Blue
Democratic Take Over
Cyan
Democrats Retention
Green
Toss Up
Magenta
No Polls
Pink
Republican Retention
Red
Republican Take Over
No Governor Race in Gray States
Alabama: Riley (R) 54% - Baxley (D) 39%, SurveyUSA, October 19-31, 2006, MoE 4.1%, Alaska: Palin (R) 48% - Knowles (D) 43% - Halcro (I) 5%, Rasmussen Reports, November 1, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Palin (R) 48% - Knowles (D) 39% - Halcro (I) 4%, Dittman Research (R), October 19-24, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Palin (R) 42% - Knowles (D) 43% - Halcro (I) 7%, Hellenthal & Assoc. (R), October 18-21, 2006, MoE 6%, Arizona: Munsil (R) 33% - Napolitano (D) 61% - Hess (L) 0.6%, Mason-Dixon, October 31-November 1, 2006, MoE 4%, Munsil (R) 38% - Napolitano (D) 47% - Hess (L) 3%, SurveyUSA, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4.2%, Munsil (R) 42.7% - Napolitano (D) 51.3%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Munsil (R) 24% - Napolitano (D) 67% - Hess (L) 1%, Arizona State Univ., October 19-22, 2006, MoE 3%, Arkansas: Hutchinson (R) 42% - Beebe (D) 51% - Lendall (G) 2% - Bryan (I) 2%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 4.3%, Hutchinson (R) 40% - Beebe (D) 52%, Rasmussen Reports, October 29, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Hutchinson (R) 48.2% - Beebe (D) 45.3%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 4.3%, Hutchinson (R) 38% - Beebe (D) 56% - Lendall (G) 1% - Bryan (I) 1%, Opinion Research Assoc., October 22-26, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Hutchinson (R) 38% - Beebe (D) 51%, Univ. of Arkansas, October 8-17, 2006, MoE 3.5%, California: Schwarzenegger (R) 53% - Angelides (D) 38%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 4.2%, Schwarzenegger (R) 49% - Angelides (D) 33%, Field Poll, October 23-30, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Schwarzenegger (R) 47.6% - Angelides (D) 38.8% - Camejo (G) 5.8% - Olivier (L) 3%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 2.8%, Schwarzenegger (R) 53% - Angelides (D) 40%, Rasmussen Reports, October, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Schwarzenegger (R) 48% - Angelides (D) 30%, Public Policy Institute, October 15-22, 2006, MoE 3%, Colorado: Beauprez (R) 33% - Ritter (D) 55%, Public Opinion Strategies (R), October 28- 30, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Beauprez (R) 35% - Ritter (D) 57% - Winkler (L) 2% - Harkins (C) 1% - Fiorino (I) 1%, SurveyUSA, October 30 - November 1, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Beauprez (R) 46.6% - Ritter (D) 46.4% - Winkler (L) 4%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 4%, Beauprez (R) 38% - Ritter (D) 50%, Mason Dixon, October 24-26, 2006, MoE 4%, Beauprez (R) 33% - Ritter (D) 52%, Ciruli & Assoc., October 24-26, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Beauprez (R) 39% - Ritter (D) 51%, Rasmussen Reports, October 22, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Connecticut: Rell (R) 58% - DeStafano (D) 36%, Research 2000, October 29-31, 2006, MoE 4%, Rell (R) 59% - DeStafano (D) 35%, Quinnipiac Univ., October 24-30, 2006, MoE 3.2%, Rell (R) 57%- DeStafano (D) 35%, Rasmussen Reports, October 28, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Delaware: No Governor Election in 2006 District of Columbia: Fenty 46% - Cropp 35% - Johns 9% - Orange 3% - Brown 3% - Djonkam 0% - Milligan 0%, SurveyUSA, August 26-28, 2006, MoE 4.6%, Florida: Crist (R) 51% - Davis (D) 44% - Linn (Rfm) 2%, Strategic Vision (R), November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, Crist (R) 49% - Davis (D) 47% - other 3%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Crist (R) 48.4% - Davis (D) 38.4% - Linn (Rfm) 2.9%, Zogby International, October 31 - November 2, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Crist (R) 50% - Davis (D) 43%, Mason-Dixon, October 31 - November 1, 2006, MoE 4%, Crist (R) 50% - Davis (D) 42%, Strategic Vision (R), November 1, 2006, MoE 3%, Crist (R) 49.9% - Davis (D) 45.1%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.1%, Crist (R) 48% - Davis (D) 42%, St. Petersburg Times, October 22-25, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Crist (R) 52% - Davis (D) 41%, Rasmussen Reports, October, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Crist (R) 46% - Davis (D) 44%, Quinnipiac Univ., October 18-22, 2006, MoE 3.4%, Crist (R) 54% - Davis (D) 36%, William Cromer (D), October 16-21, 2006, MoE 5%, Georgia: Perdue (R) 51% - Taylor (D) 31% - Hayes (L) 6%, Strategic Vision (R), November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, Perdue (R) 48.3% - Taylor (D) 36.3% - Hayes (L) 9.1%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3%, Perdue (R) 53% - Taylor (D) 36% - Hayes (L) 3%, Mason-Dixon, October 25-27, 2006, MoE 4%, Hawaii: No Public Polls Available Idaho: Otter (R) 36% - Brady (D) 41% - other 1%, Greg Smith & Assoc., October 25 - November 1, MoE 4.4%, Otter (R) 41% - Brady (D) 38%, Mason-Dixon, October 23-25, MoE 4%, Illinois: Topinka (R) 37% - Blagojevich (D) 45% - Whitney (G) 14%, SurveyUSA, October 30 - November 1, 2006, MoE 4.8%, Topinka (R) 37% - Blagojevich (D) 44% - Whitney (G) 14%, Rasmussen Reports, November 1, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Topinka (R) 40% - Blagojevich (D) 44% - Whitney (G) 7%, Mason-Dixon, October 30-31, 2006, MoE 4%, Topinka (R) 33% - Blagojevich (D) 39.6% - Whitney (G) 16%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 4%, Topinka (R) 29% - Blagojevich (D) 44% - Whitney (G) 13%, Market Shares Corp, October 27-29, 2006, MoE 4%, Topinka (R) 38% - Blagojevich (D) 47% - Whitney (G) 11%, Research 2000, October 23-26, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Topinka (R) 32% - Blagojevich (D) 48% - Whitney (G) 13%, Richard Day Research, October 16-22, 2006, MoE 4%, Indiana: No Governor Election in 2006 Iowa: Nussle (R) 43% - Culver (D) 52%, Selzer & Co., October 31-November 3, 2006, MoE 3.6%, Nussle (R) 45% - Culver (D) 50% - other 2%, Research 2000, October 30-31, 2006, MoE 4%, Nussle (R) 37% - Culver (D) 44%, Global Strategy Group (D), October 26-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Nussle (R) 46.4% - Culver (D) 47.6%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 4.3%, Kansas: Barnett (R) 40% - Sebelius (D) 57% - Kramer (L) 1% - Ranzau (Rfm) 1%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Barnett (R) 37% - Sebelius (D) 56%, Rasmussen Reports, October 22, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Kentucky: Fletcher (R) 17% - Someone Else 34% - Consider Another 35%, Bluegrass Poll, 8/29-31/05, MoE 4% Louisiana: No Governor Election in 2006 Maine: Woodcock (R) 30% - Baldacci (D) 36% - Merrill (I) 21% - LaMarche (G) 11% - Napier (I) 1%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 4%, Woodcock (R) 31% - Baldacci (D) 45%, Rasmussen Reports, October 28, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Woodcock (R) 24% - Baldacci (D) 42% - Merrill (I) 10% - LaMarche (G) 7% - Napier (I) 1%, Critical Insights, October 16-23, 2006, MoE 4%, Maryland: Ehrlich (R) 47% - O'Malley (D) 50% - Boyd (G) 1% - Driscoll (P) 0%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Ehrlich (R) 45% - O'Malley (D) 45% - others 0.3%, Mason-Dixon, November 1-3, 2006, Moe 4%, Ehrlich (R) 48% - O'Malley (D) 49%, Rasmussen Reports, November 1, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Ehrlich (R) 44% - O'Malley (D) 50%, Garin Hart Yang (D), October 28-30, 2006, MoE 3.3%, Ehrlich (R) 46% - O'Malley (D) 47% - Boyd (G) 2%, Potomac Inc., October 28-30, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Ehrlich (R) 43.9% - O'Malley (D) 49.3%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Ehrlich (R) 46% - O'Malley (D) 45%, Public Opinion Strategies (R), October 25-26, 28, 2006, MoE 4%, Ehrlich (R) 45% - O'Malley (D) 55%, Washington Post, October 22-26, 2006, MoE 3%, Massachusetts: Healey (R) 34%  - Patrick (D) 55% - Mihos (I) 6% - Ross (G) 3%, SurveyUSA, October 30 - November 1, 2006, MoE 3.9%, Healey (R) 32.7%  - Patrick (D) 58.1% - Mihos (I) 4%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.7%, Healey (R) 29%  - Patrick (D) 54% - Mihos (I) 8% - Ross (G) 2%, Univ. of NH, October 22-25, 2006, MoE 4.1%, Healey (R) 26%  - Patrick (D) 53% - Mihos (I) 9% - Ross (G) 2%, Suffolk Univ., Octoer 20-23, 2006, MoE 4.9%, Healey (R) 29%  - Patrick (D) 53% - Mihos (I) 11%, Rasmussen Reports, October 22, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Michigan: DeVos (R) 44% - Granholm (D) 51%, Mitchell Research, November 6, 2006, MoE 4%, DeVos (R) 42% - Granholm (D) 52%, Strategic Vision (R), November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, Devos (R) 45% - Granholm (D) 51% - Campbell (G) 1% - Creswell (L) 2% - Dashairya (T) 1%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3.8%, DeVos (R) 38% - Granholm (D) 52% - other 2%, Mason-Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, DeVos (R) 41% - Granholm (D) 54%, Selzer & Co, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4.3%, DeVos (R) 43% - Granholm (D) 52%, EPIC/MRI, October 30 - November 1, 2006, MoE 4%, DeVos (R) 42.7% - Granholm (D) 51.6%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 2.9%, DeVos (R) 47% - Granholm (D) 47% - Creswell (L) 1% - Campbell (G) 3% - Dashaiya (T) 0%, Voter Roll Call, October 26, 2006, MoE 4.4%, DeVos (R) 40% - Granholm (D) 50%, Research 2000, October 23-24, 2006, MoE 4%, DeVos (R) 43% - Granholm (D) 54%, Rasmussen Reports, October 22, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Minnesota: Pawlenty (R) 45% - Hatch (DFL) 45% - Hutchinson (Ind) 8% - Pentel (G) 1% - Brown (I) 1% - Davis (I) 0%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Pawlenty (R) 40% - Hatch (DFL) 42%, Star Tribune, November 4-5, 2006, MoE 3.7%, Pawlenty (R) 40% - Hatch (DFL) 45% - Hutchinson (Ind) 7% - other 1%, Star Tribune, October 31-November 1, 2006, MoE 3.2%, Pawlenty (R) 45% - Hatch (DFL) 47%, Rasmussen Reports, November 1, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Pawlenty (R) 42% - Hatch (DFL) 44% - Hutchinson (Ind) 4% - Pentel (G) 2%, Mason-Dixon, October 26-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Pawlenty (R) 39% - Hatch (DFL) 45% - Hutchinson (Ind) 9%, Univ. of MN, October 23-28, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Pawlenty (R) 44.7% - Hatch (DFL) 46.1% - Hutchinson (Ind) 6.3%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.6%, Pawlenty (R) 36% - Hatch (DFL) 46% - Hutchinson (Ind) 6%, St. Cloud State Univ., October 15-26, 2006, MoE 4%, Mississippi: No Governor Election in 2006 Missouri: Blunt (R) 40% - Nixon (D) 50%, Research 2000, June 19-22, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Montana: No Governor Election in 2006 Nebraska: Heineman (R) 70% - Hahn (D) 22%, Rasmussen Reports, October 16, 2006, MoE 4.5% Nevada: Gibbons (R) 44% - Titus (D) 40%, Mason-Dixon, October 26-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Gibbons (R) 48% - Titus (D) 46%, Rasmussen Reports, October 30, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Gibbons (R) 46.6% - Titus (D) 47.5%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Gibbons (R) 47% - Titus (D) 41% - other 2% - none of the above 4%, Research 2000, October 23-25, 2006, MoE 4%, New Hampshire: Coburn (R) 26% - Lynch (D) 67%, Research 2000, November 1-2, 2006, MoE 4%, Coburn (R) 19% - Lynch (D) 72% - other 1%, Univ. of NH, November 1-4, 2006, MoE 3.9%, New Jersey: No Election in 2006 New Mexico: Dendehl (R) 24% - Richardson (D) 65%, Research & Polling Inc., November 1-2, 2006, MoE 3.5%, New York: Faso (R) 22% - Spitzer (D) 72%, Blum & Weprin, October 27 - November 1, 2006, MoE 3%, Faso (R) 24% - Spitzer (D) 69%, Siena College, October 30 - November 1, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Faso (R) 27.3% - Spitzer (D) 63.2%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.1%, North Carolina: Perdue (D) 33% - Moore (D) 17% - Cooper (D) 15%, Jim Kitchens, March 19-21, MoE 4% North Dakota: No Governor Election in 2006 Ohio: Blackwell (R) 38% - Strickland (D) 55% - Peirce (L) 2% - Firakis (G) 1%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 4.8%, Blackwell (R) 36.8% - Strickland (D) 59.1% - other 4.1%, University of Cincinnati, November 1-5, 2006, MoE 3%, Blackwell (R) 31% - Strickland (D) 67% - other 3%, Columbia Dispatch, October 24-November 3, 2006, MoE 2.2%, Blackwell (R) 37% - Strickland (D) 56% - other 1%, Mason-Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, Blackwell (R) 43.3% - Strickland (D) 50.8%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.7%, Blackwell (R) 36% - Strickland (D) 59% - other 1%, Opinion Research Corp, October 26-29, 2006, MoE 4%, Blackwell (R) 36% - Strickland (D) 58%, Rasmussen Reports, October, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Oklahoma: Istook (R) 29% - Henry (D) 65% (- other 3%), SurveyUSA, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 4.3%, Oregon: Saxton (R) 39% - Kulongoski (D) 46% - Starrett (C) 6% - Keating (G) 1% - Morley (L) 1%, Davis, Hibbitts & Midghall, October 38-31, 2006, MoE 4%, Saxton (R) 46.6% - Kulongoski (D) 47.2%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Saxton (R) 44% - Kulongoski (D) 51%, Rasmussen Reports, October, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Saxton (R) 38% - Kulongoski (D) 47% - Starrett (C) 4% - Keating (G) 1% - Morley (L) 1%, Riley Research, October 19-24, 2006, MoE 4.7%, Pennsylvania: Swann (R) 35% - Rendell (D) 58%, Strategic Vision (R), November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, Swann (R) 38% - Rendell (D) 56%, Mason Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, Swann (R) 35% - Rendell (D) 60%, Muhlenberg College, October 29-November 1, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Swann (R) 35% - Rendell (D) 58%, Quinnipiac Univ., October 23-29, 2006, MoE 3.2%, Swann (R) 33% - Rendell (D) 58%, Franklin & Marshall, October 25-29, 2006, MoE 3.9%, Swann (R) 42% - Rendell (D) 55.2%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Swann (R) 32% - Rendell (D) 57%, West Chester Univ., October 22-25, 2006, MoE 3.7%, Swann (R) 38% - Rendell (D) 56%, Rasmussen Reports, October, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Swann (R) 34% - Rendell (D) 58%, Temple Univ., October 16-25, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Rhode Island: Carcieri (R) 50% - Fogarty (D) 42%, Mason-Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, Carcieri (R) 53% - Fogarty (D) 40%, Rhode Island College, October 23-25, 2006, MoE 4.9%, South Carolina: Sanford (R) 57% - Moore (D) 40%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Sanford (R) 57% - Moore (D) 31%, Clemson Univ., October 17-25, 2006, MoE 4.4%, South Dakota: Rounds (R) 57% - Billion (D) 35%, Mason-Dixon, October 24-26, 2006, MoE 3.5% Tennessee: Bryson (R) 34% - Bredesen (D) 62%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 3.7%, Bryson (R) 26% - Bredesen (D) 61% - other 1%, Mason-Dixon, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 4%, Bryson (R) 37% - Bredesen (D) 59% - other 1%, Opinion Research Corp, October 26-29, 2006, MoE 4%, Texas: Perry (R) 39% - Bell (D) 22% - Friedman (I) 11% - Strayhorn (I) 18%, Blum & Weprin, October 29-November 3, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Perry (R) 38% - Bell 22% (D) - Friedman (I) 17% - Strayhorn (I) 21% - Werner (L) 1%, SurveyUSA, October 31-November 1, 2006, MoE 4.2%, Perry (R) 36.7% - Bell 28.5% (D) - Friedman (I) 14.4% - Strayhorn (I) 15% - Werner (L) 2.1%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 2.9%, Perry (R) 38% - Bell 22% (D) - Strayhorn (I) 21% - Friedman (I) 10.5% - Werner (L) 1%, Zogby International, October 23-25, 2006, MoE 3.2%, Perry (R) 36% - Bell 25% (D) - Friedman (I) 22% - Strayhorn (I) 12%, Rasmussen Reports, October 23, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Utah: No Governor Election in 2006 Vermont: Douglas (R) 41% - Parker (D) 41%, Research 2000, October 23-24, 2006, MoE 4.9%, Virginia: Kilgore (R) 46% - Kaine (D) 52% - Potts (I) 2% Washington: No Governor Election in 2006 West Virginia: No Governor Election in 2006 Wisconsin: Green (R) 45% - Doyle (D) 48%, Strategic Vision (R), November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, Green (R) 44% - Doyle (D) 50%, Research 2000, October 30-November 1, 2006, MoE 4%, Green (R) 46.7% - Doyle (D) 47.2% - Eisman (G) 4%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.3%, Green (R) 36% - Doyle (D) 50% - Eisman (G) 3%, Univ of WI, October 18-26, 2006, MoE 4%, Wyoming: Hunkins (R) 18% - Freudenthal (D) 69%, Aspen Media, October 18-25, 2006, MoE 4.2%,
2006 U.S. Senate Races
Senate Polls Last Updated on November 7, 2006
Blue
Democratic Take Over
Cyan
Democrats Retention
Green
Toss Up
Dark Green
Independent
Pink
Republican Retention
Red
Republican Take Over
No Senate Race in Gray States
Alabama: No Senate Election in 2006 Alaska: No Senate Election in 2006 Arizona: Kyl (R) 49% - Pederson (D) 41% - Mack (L) 3%, Mason-Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, Kyl (R) 53% - Pederson (D) 40% - Mack (L) 4%, SurveyUSA, October 31-November 1, 2006, MoE 4.2%, Kyl (R) 45.8% - Pederson (D) 41.3% - Mack (L) 3.7%, Zimmerman & Assoc., October 25-30, 2006, MoE 4.9%, Kyl (R) 51.8% - Pederson (D) 44.4%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Kyl (R) 47% - Pederson (D) 41% - Mack (L) 3%, Arizona State Univ., October 19-22, 2006, MoE 3%, Arkansas: No Senate Election in 2006 California: Mountjoy (R) 31% - Feinstein (D) 60%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 4.2%, Mountjoy (R) 33% - Feinstein (D) 55%, Field Poll, October 23-30, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Colorado: No Senate Election in 2006 Connecticut: Schlesinger (R) 8% - Lamont (D) 38% - Lieberman (I) 50%, Quinnipiac Univ., October 31-November 5, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Schlesinger (R) 9% - Lamont (D) 38% - Lieberman (I) 49%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3.9%, Schlesinger (R) 7% - Lamont (D) 39% - Lieberman (I) 51%, Research 2000, October 30 - November 1, 2006, MoE 4%, Schlesinger (R) 8% - Lamont (D) 37% - Lieberman (I) 49%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Schlesinger (R) 9% - Lamont (D) 40% - Lieberman (I) 48%, Rasmussen Reports, October 28, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Schlesinger (R) 6.3% - Lamont (D) 42.5% - Lieberman (I) 47.4%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 4.3%, Delaware: Ting (R) 26% - Carper (D) 60%, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ., October 18-24, 2006,  MoE 4.4% District of Columbia: No Representation in U.S. Senate Florida: Harris (R) 35% - Nelson (D) 58%, Strategic Vision (R), Novmeber 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, Harris (R) 36% - Nelson (D) 59% - other 4%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Harris (R) 31.3% - Nelson (D) 60.5% - other 1.2%, Zogby International, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Harris (R) 34% - Nelson (D) 58% - other 2%, Mason Dixon, October 31-November 1, 2006, MoE 4%, Harris (R) 39.6% - Nelson (D) 53.7%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.1%, Harris (R) 30% - Nelson (D) 56%, St. Petersburg Times, October 22-25, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Georgia: No Senate Election in 2006 Hawaii: Coffee (R) 30% - Akaka (D) 58%, Rasmussen Reports, August 7, 2006, MoE 4.5% Idaho: No Senate Election in 2006 Illinois: No Senate Election in 2006 Indiana: Lugar (R) 58% - Roemer (D) 24%, American Viewpoint (R), June 11-12, 4% Iowa: No Senate Election in 2006 Kansas: No Senate Election in 2006 Kentucky: No Senate Election in 2006 Louisiana: No Senate Election in 2006 Maine: Snowe (R) 73% - Bright (D) 13% - Slavick (I) 5%, Critical Insights, October 16-23, 2006, MoE 3.4%, Maryland: Steele (R) 46% - Cardin (D) 49% - Zeese (G) 3%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 3.8%,  Steele (R) 44% - Cardin (D) 47% - Zeese (G) 0.6%, Mason-Dixon, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 4%,  Steele (R) 43% - Cardin (D) 49% - Zeese (G) 2%, Potomac Inc, October 28-30, 2006, MoE 3%, Steele (R) 44% - Cardin (D) 49%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Steele (R) 43.5% - Cardin (D) 52.8%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Steele (R) 43% - Cardin (D) 54% - Zeese (G) 1%, Washington Post, October 22-26, 2006, MoE 3%, Steele (R) 45% - Cardin (D) 50%, Rasmussen Reports, October, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Steele (R) 40% - Cardin (D) 52%, Garin-Hart-Yang (D), October 23-24, 2006, MoE 4%, Steele (R) 39% - Cardin (D) 41%, Voter Consumer Research (R), October 22-23, 2006, MoE 4%, Massachusetts: Kennedy (D) 66% - Chase (R) 25%, Univ. of NH, October 22-25, 2006, MoE 4.1%, Kennedy (D) 60% - Chase (R) 26%, Suffolk Univ., October 20-23, 2006, MoE 4.9% Michigan: Bouchard (R) 44% - Stabenow (D) 53%, Mitchell Research, November 6, 2006, MoE 4%, Bouchard (R) 44% - Stabenow (D) 50%, Strategic Vision (R), November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, Bouchard (R) 42% - Stabenow (D) 52% - Schwartz (L) 2% - Sole (G) 2% - FitzSimons (T) 1%, SurveyUSA, November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Bouchard (R) 37% - Stabenow (D) 58% - other 3%, Mason-Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, Bouchard (R) 34% - Stabenow (D) 53%, Selzer & Co., October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4.3%, Bouchard (R) 38% - Stabenow (D) 51%, EPIC/MRI, October 30 - November 1, 2006, MoE 4%, Bouchard (R) 42% - Stabenow (D) 49%, Strategic Vision (R), October 29-31, 2006, MoE 3%, Bouchard (R) 41.9% - Stabenow (D) 49.3%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 2.9%, Bouchard (R) 41% - Stabenow (D) 52%, Research 2000, October 23-24, 2006, MoE 4%, Bouchard (R) 35% - Stabenow (D) 53%, Lake Research (D), October 21-23, 2006, MoE 4%, Bouchard (R) 39% - Stabenow (D) 55%, Rasmussen Reports, October 22, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Minnesota: Kennedy (R) 40% - Klobuchar (D) 56% - Fitzgerald (Ind) 2% - Powers (C) 0% - Cavlan (G) 1%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 3.7%, Kennedy (R) 34% - Klobuchar (D) 54% - Fitzgerald (Ind) 4% - other 1%, Star Tribune, October 31-November 3, 2006, MoE 3.2%, Kennedy (R) 40% - Klobuchar (D) 50%, Mason-Dixon, October 26-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Kennedy (R) 33% - Klobuchar (D) 55%, Univ. of MN, October 23-28, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Kennedy (R) 42.8% - Klobuchar (D) 50.5%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.6%, Kennedy (R) 31% - Klobuchar (D) 56%, Fitzgerald (Ind) 3%, St. Cloud State Univ, October 15-26, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Mississippi: Lott (R) 66% - Fleming (D) 29%, Rasmussen Reports, February 13, 2006 MoE 4.5%, Missouri: Talent (R) 46% - McCaskill (D) 49%, OnPoint, November 6, 2006, MoE 4%, Talent (R) 44% - McCaskill (D) 50% - Gilmour (L) 3%, SurveyUSA, November 4-6, 2006, MoE 3.9%, Talent (R) 49% - McCaskill (D) 48%, Rasmussen Reports, November 5, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Talent (R) 45% - McCaskill (D) 46%, Mason-Dixon, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 4%, Talent (R) 45% - McCaskill (D) 49% - other 3%, Gallup, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 5%, Talent (R) 43% - McCaskill (D) 46%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Talent (R) 48.6% - McCaskill (D) 47.3% - Gimour (L) 3%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.1%, Talent (R) 49% - McCaskill (D) 49% - other 1%, Opinion Research Corp, October 26-29, 2006, MoE 4%, Talent (R) 47% - McCaskill (D) 47% - Gilmour (L) 4% - Lewis (Pr) 0%, Research 2000, October 23-26, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Talent (R) 48% - McCaskill (D) 45%, Los Angeles Times, October 20-23, 2006, MoE 4%, Montana: Burns (R) 44% - Tester (D) 49%, OnPoint, November 6, 2006, MoE 4%, Burns (R) 48% - Tester (D) 50%, Rasmussen Reports, November 4, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Burns (R) 41% - Tester (D) 50% - other 3%, Gallup, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 5%, Burns (R) 47% - Tester (D) 47%, Mason Dixon, October 31 - November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, Burns (R) 46% - Tester (D) 47%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Burns (R) 42% - Tester (D) 48%, Harstad Strategic Research (D), October 24-25, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Nebraska: Ricketts (R) 34% - Nelson (D) 54%, Rasmussen Reports, October 16, 2006, MoE 4.5% Nevada: Ensign (R) 58.3% - Carter (D) 36.8%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 4.2%, Ensign (R) 55% - Carter (D) 41%, Research 2000, October 23-25, 2006, MoE 4%, New Hampshire: No Senate Election in 2006 New Jersey: Kean (R) 41% - Menendez (D) 50%, OnPoint, November 6, 2006, MoE 4%, Kean (R) 43% - Menendez (D) 48%, Quinnipiac Univ., October 30-November 5, 2006, MoE 3.2%, Kean (R) 42% - Menendez (D) 49%, Strategic Vision (R), November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, Kean (R) 42% - Menendez (D) 50%, Marist College, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 3%, Kean (R) 42% - Menendez (D) 45% - other 3%, Monmouth Univ., November 1-3, 2006, MoE 3%, Kean (R) 41% - Menendez (D) 48%, Mason-Dixon, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 4%, Kean (R) 40% - Menendez (D) 50%, Gallup, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 5%, Kean (R) 41% - Menendez (D) 43%, Public Opinion Strategies (R), October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, Kean (R) 43% - Menendez (D) 48%, Rasmussen Reports, November 1, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Kean (R) 42% - Menendez (D) 46%, Rutgers Univ, October 29-31, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Kean (R) 38% - Menendez (D) 48%, Fairleigh Dickinson Univ., October 25-31, 2006, MoE 4%, Kean (R) 37% - Menendez (D) 49%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Kean (R) 42.8% - Menendez (D) 48.7%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.3%, Kean (R) 44% - Menendez 51% - other 1%, Opinion Research Corp, October 26-29, 2006, MoE 4%, Kean (R) 42% - Menendez (D) 48%, Research 2000, October 23-25, 2006, MoE 4%, Kean (R) 36% - Menendez (D) 45%, Bennett Petts & Blumenthal (D), October 20-25, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Kean (R) 39% - Menendez (D) 40%, New York Times, October 20-25, 2006, MoE 4%, Kean (R) 41% - Menendez (D) 45% - other 2%, Los Angeles Times, October 20-23, 2006, MoE 4%, New Mexico: McCulloch (R) 37.5% - Bingaman (D) 58.2%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 4.4%, New York: Spencer (R) 31% - Clinton (D) 64%, Blum & Weprin, October 27 - November 1, 2006, MoE 3%, Spencer (R) 28% - Clinton (D) 65%, Siena College, October 30 - November 1, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Spencer (R) 33% - Clinton (D) 57.3%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.1%, North Carolina: No Senate Election in 2006 North Dakota: Grotberg (R) 35% - Conrad (D) 57%, Rasmussen Reports, January 25, 2006, MoE 4.5% Ohio: DeWine (R) 42% - Brown (D) 54%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 4.8%, DeWine (R) 44.3% - Brown (D) 55.7%, University of Cincinnati, October 24-November 1-5, 2006, MoE 3%, DeWine (R) 38% - Brown (D) 62%, Columbia Dispatch, October 24-November 3, 2006, MoE 2,2%, DeWine (R) 44% - Brown (D) 50% - Duncan (I) 1%, Mason-Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, DeWine (R) 42% - Brown (D) 49%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, DeWine (R) 47.3% - Brown (D) 48.7%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.7%, DeWine (R) 44% - Brown (D) 51%, Opinion Consultants (R), October 22-30, 2006, MoE 4%, DeWine (R) 43% - Brown (D) 54%, Opinion Research Corp, October 26-29, 2006, MoE 4%, DeWine (R) 43% - Brown (D) 54%, Rasmussen Reports, October, 2006, MoE 4.5%, DeWine (R) 39% - Brown (D) 47% (- other 3%), Los Angeles Times, October 20-23, 2006, MoE 4%, Oklahoma: No Senate Election in 2006 Oregon: No Senate Election in 2006 Pennsylvania: Santorum (R) 44% - Casey (D) 48%, McCulloch (R), November 4-5, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Santorum (R) 40% - Casey (D) 52%, Strategic Vision (R), November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, Santorum (R) 39% - Casey (D) 52%, Mason Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, Santorum (R) 43% - Casey (D) 51%, Muhlenberg College, October 29 - November 1, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Swann (R) 40% - Rendell (D) 48%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Santorum (R) 42% - Casey (D) 52%, Quinnipiac Univ., October 23-29, 2006, MoE 3.2%, Santorum (R) 38% - Casey (D) 53%, Franklin & Marshall, October 25-29, 2006, MoE 3.9%, Santorum (R) 43.8% - Casey (D) 52.7%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Santorum (R) 39% - Casey (D) 50%, West Chester Univ., October 22-25, 2006, MoE 3.7%, Santorum (R) 42% - Casey (D) 55%, Rasmussen Reports, October, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Santorum (R) 38% - Casey (D) 54%, Temple Univ., October 16-25, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Rhode Island: Chafee (R) 45% - Whitehouse (D) 48% - other 1%, Gallup, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 5%, Chafee (R) 46% - Whitehouse (D) 45%, Mason-Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, Chafee (R) 39% - Whitehouse (D) 53%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Chafee (R) 43% - Whitehouse (D) 51%, Rhode Island College, October 23-25, 2006, MoE 5%, South Carolina: No Senate Election in 2006 South Dakota: No Senate Election in 2006 Tennessee: Corker (R) 48% - Ford (D) 47%, OnPoint, November 6, 2006, MoE 4%, Corker (R) 51% - Ford (D) 46%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Corker (R) 51% - Ford (D) 47%, Rasmussen Reports, November 4, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Corker (R) 49% - Ford (D) 46% - other 2%, Gallup, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 5%, Corker (R) 50% - Ford (D) 38% - other 3%,  Mason-Dixon, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 4%, Corker (R) 40% - Ford (D) 46%, Hamilton Beattie (D), October 31-November 1, 2006, MoE 4%, Corker (R) 53% - Ford (D) 43%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Corker (R) 49.3% - Ford (D) 48.1%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.3%, Corker (R) 52% - Ford (D) 44% - other 1%, Opinion Research Corp, October 26-29, 2006, MoE 4%, Corker (R) 43% - Ford (D) 48%, Benesnson Strategy Group (G), October 26-28, 2006, MoE 4.1%, Corker (R) 49% - Ford (D) 44%,  Los Angeles Times, October 20-23, 2006, MoE 4%, Texas: Hutchison (R) 54.8% - Radnofsky (D) 35.9% - Jameson (L) 6.4%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.8%, Hutchison (R) 61% - Radnofsky (D) 27% - Jameson (L) 5%, Zogby International, October 23-25, 2006, MoE 3%, Hutchison (R) 60% - Radnofsky (D) 34%, Rasmussen Reports, October 23, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Utah: Hatch (R) 62% - Ashdown (D) 25% - Bradley (C) 1% - Seely (L) 1% - Hatch (G) <1% - Price (PC) 0%, Dan Jones (R), September 25-28, 2006, MoE 3.3% Vermont: Tarrant (R) 36% - Sanders (I) 57%, Research 2000, October 23-24, 2006, MoE 4.9%, Virginia: Allen (R) 44% - Webb (D) 52%, SurveyUSA, November 3-5, 2006, MoE 3.7%, Allen (R) 45% - Webb (D) 46% Parker (IG) 2%, Mason-Dixon, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 4%, Allen (R) 49% - Webb (D) 46% - other 1%, Gallup, November 1-3, 2006, MoE 5%, Allen (R) 49% - Webb (D) 49%, Rasmussen Reports, November 2, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Allen (R) 44% - Webb (D) 45%, Zogby International, October 24-30, 2006, MoE 4%, Allen (R) 43% - Webb (D) 47%, Garin Hart Yang (D), October 26-29, 2006, MoE 3.5%, Allen (R) 46% - Webb (D) 50%, Opinion Research Corp, October 26-29, 2006, MoE 4%, Allen (R) 45% - Webb (D) 42% - Parker (IG) 2%, Roanoke College, October 22-29, 2006, MoE 4.6%, Allen (R) 47.2% - Webb (D) 51%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.1%, Allen (R) 49% - Webb (D) 46% - Parker (IG) 2%, SurveyUSA, October 22-24, 2006, MoE 4%, Allen (R) 44% - Webb (D) 47% - other 3%, Los Angeles Times, October 20-23, 2006, MoE 4%, Washington: McGavick (R) 42% - Cantwell (D) 53%, Strategic Vision (R), November 2-4, 2006, MoE 3%, McGavick (R) 38% - Cantwell (D) 54% - other 1%, Mason-Dixon, October 31-November 2, 2006, MoE 4%, McGavick (R) 41% - Cantwell (D) 53%, Univ. of Washington, October 25-31, 2006, MoE 3.7%, McGavick (R) 46.1% - Cantwell (D) 50%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 2.9%, McGavick (R) 41% - Cantwell (D) 54% - Dixon (G) 1% - Guthrie (L) 1% - Adair (I) 1%, SurveyUSA, October 27-29, 2006, MoE 3.5%, West Virginia: Raese (R) 30% - Byrd (D) 63%, Rasmussen Reports, September 5, 2006, MoE 4.5%, Wisconsin: Lorge (R) 38% - Kohl (D) 47.2% - Vogeler (G) 7.2%, Zogby Interactive, October 23-27, 2006, MoE 3.3%, Lorge (R) 14% - Kohl (D) 69% - Vogeler (G) 2%, Univ. of WI, October 18-26, 2006, MoE 4.4%, Wyoming: Thomas (R) 70% - Groutage (D) 22%, Aspen Media & Market Research, October 18-25, 2006, MoE 4%,
2006 House Races
House Polls Last Updated on December 12, 2006
Blue
Democratic Take Over
Cyan
Democrats Retention
Green
Toss Up
Magenta
No Polls
Pink
Republican Retention
Red
Republican Take Over
House Races
Alabama: No House Race Polls Alaska: Young (R) 48% - Benson (D) 41% Arizona: 1st District Renzi (R) 48% - Simon (D) 46%, 5th District Hayworth (R) 46% - Mitchell (D) 48% - Severin (L) 4%,  8th District Graf (R) 41% - Giffords 53%, Arkansas: 2nd District Mayberry (R) 39% - Snyder (D) 60% California: 4th District Doolittle (R) 50% - Brown (D) 43% - Warren (L) 5%, 11th District Pombo (R) 46% - McNerney 48%, 26th District Drier (R) 54% - Matthews (D) 35%, 48th District Campbell (R) 56% - Young (D) 37% - Cohen (L) 4%, 50th District Bilbray (R) 55% - Busby 41% - King (L) 2% - Clark (PF) 0%, Colorado: 3rd District Tipton (R) 38% - Salazar (D) 57% - Sargent (L) 2%, 4th District Musgrave (R) 44% - Paccione (D) 43% - Eidsness (Rfm) 11%, 5th District Lamborn (R) 51% - Fawcett (D) 42%, 7th District O'Donnell (R) 38% - Perlmutter (D) 54% - Chandler (G) 4% - McCarville (C) 2%, Connecticut: 2nd District Simmons (R) 47% - Courtney (D) 48% OR Simmons (R) 47% - Courtney (D) 42% OR Simmons (R) 45% - Courtney (D) 51%, 4th District Shays (R) 44% - Farrell (D) 51%, 5th District Johnson (R) 46% - Murphy (D) 43%, Delaware: Castle (R) 59% - Spivack (D) 24% District of Columbia: No Delegate Race Polls Florida: 5th District Brown-Waite (R) 45% - Russell (D) 41%, 8th District Keller (R) 50% - Stuart (D) 31%, District 9th Bilirakis (R) 53% - Busanksy (D) 41%, 13th District Buchanan (R) 47% - Jennings (D) 49%, 16th District Negron (R) 41% - Mahoney (D) 48%, 22nd District Shaw (R) 39.6% - Klein (D) 49.2%, 24th District Feeney (R) 45% - Curtis (D) 43% - other 2% Georgia: 8th District Collins (R) 34% - Marshall (D) 50%, 12th District Burns (R) 39% - Barrow (D) 42%, Hawaii: No House Race Polls Idaho: 1st District Sali (R) 34% - Grant (D) 38% - others 1% Illinois: 6th District Roskam (R) 47% - Duckworth (D) 48% OR Roskam (R) 40% - Duckworth (D) 54%, 8th District McSweeney (R) 45% - Bean (D) 50% - Scheurer (I) ?%, 10th District Kirk (R) 46% - Seals (D) 48%, 11th District Weller (R) 50% - Pavich (D) 34%, 14th District Hastert (R) 52% - Laesch (R) 42%, 17th District Zinga (R) 29% - Hare 39%, 19th District Shimus (R) 53% Stover (D) 36%, Indiana: 2nd District Chocola (R) 47% - Donnelly (D) 50%, 3rd District Souder (R) 52% - Hayhurst (D) 40%, 7th District Dickerson (R) 43% - Carson (D) 48% - other 4%, 8th District Hostettler (D) 43% - Ellsworth (D) 53%, 9th District Sodrel (R) 46% - Hill (D) 44% - Schansberg (L) 5%, Iowa: 1st District Whalen (R) 35% - Braley (D) 56%, 2nd District Leach (R) 50% - Loebsack (D) 48%, 3rd District Lamberti (R) 41% - Boswell (D) 53%, 4th District Latham (R) 48% - Spencer (D) 37% Kansas: 2nd District Ryan (R) 45% - Boyda (D) 41 - Tucker (Rfm) 5%, 4th District Tiahrt (R) 63% - McGinn (D) 30% - Holt (Rfm) 4%, Kentucky: 2nd District Lewis (R) 50% - Weaver (D) 36% OR Lewis (R) 43% - Weaver (D) 46%, 3rd District Northup (R) 45% - Yarmuth (D) 50% - Mancini (L) 1% - Parker (C) 2%, 4th District Davis (R) 49% - Lucas (D) 43% - Houillion (L) 5%, Louisiana: 2nd District Jefferson (D) 20%, K. Carter (D) 15%, T. Carter (D) 15%, Shepherd (D) 10%, OR Jefferson (D) 19%, Shepherd (D) 17%, T. Carter (D) 17%, K. Carter (D) 15%, 3rd District Romero (R) 24% - Melancon (D) 48%  - Breech (D) 4% - Blake (L) 1%, Maine: 1st District Curley (R) 18% - Allen (D) 60% - Kamilewicz (I) 7%, 2nd District D'Amboise (R) 25% - Michaud (D) 62%, Maryland: No House Race Polls Massachusetts: No House Race Polls Michigan: 7th District Walberg (R) 43% - Renier (D) 35%, Minnesota: 1st District Gutknecht (R) 50% - Walz (D) 47%, 2nd District Kline (R) 50% - Rowley (DFL) 42% - Williams (Ind) 5%, 6th District Bachmann (R) 52% - Wetterling (DFL) 42% - Binkowski (Ind) ?%, Mississippi: No House Race Polls Missouri: 6th District Graves (R) 42% - Someone new 34%, Montana: Rehberg (R) 53% - Lindeen (D) 30% - Fellows (L) 2%, Nebraska: 1st District Fortenberry (D) 43% - Moul (D) 38%, 3rd District Smith (D) 40% - Kleeb (D) 46%, Nevada: 2nd District Heller (R) 47% - Derby (D) 39%, 3rd District Porter (R) 46% - Hafen (D) 39% - Hansen (IA) ?% - Silvestri (L) ?%, New Hampshire: 1st District Bradley (R) 51% - Shea-Porter (D) 37%, 2nd District Bass (R) 39% - Hodes (D) 44% - Blevens (L) 3% New Jersey: 7th District Ferguson (R) 46% - Stender (D) 43% OR Ferguson (R) 48% - Stender (D) 46%, New Mexico: 1st District Wilson (R) 48% - Madrid (D) 50%, 2nd District Pearce (R) 58% - Kissling (D) 27%, 3rd District Dolin (R) 20% - Udall (D) 68%, New York: 3rd District King (R) 51% - Mejias (D) 44%, 19th District Kelly (R) 47% - Hall (D) 49%, 20th District Sweeney (R) 43% - Gillibrand (D) 46%, 24th District Meier (R) 43% - Arcuri (D) 52%, 25th District Walsh (R) 45% - Maffei (D) 49%, 26th District Reynolds (R) 47% - Davis (D) 46%, 29th District Kuhl (R) 42% - Massa (D) 53%, North Carolina: 8th District Hayes (R) 44% - Kissell (D) 48%, 11th District Taylor (R) 43% - Shuler (D) 48%, North Dakota: No House Race Polls Ohio: 1st District Chabot (R) 46% - Cranely (D) 48%, 2nd District Schmidt (R) 45% - Wulsin (D) 48%, 6th District Blasdel (R) 39% - Wilson (D) 58%, 12th District Tiberi (R) 51% - Shamansky (D) 46%, 13th District Foltin (R) 33% - Sutton (D) 56%, 15th District Pryce (R) 41% - Kilroy (D) 53%, 18th District Padgett (R) 33% - Space (D) 53%, Oklahoma: 5th District Fallin (R) 58% - Hunter (D) 37% - Woodson (I) 2% Oregon: 4th District Feldkamp (R) 23% - DeFazio (D) 61%, 5th District Erickson (R) 36% - Hooley (D) 44% Pennsylvania: 4th District Hart (R) 51% - Altmire (D) 47%, 6th District Gerlach (R) 44% - Murphy (D) 49%, 7th District Weldon (R) 43% - Sestak (D) 50%, 8th District Fitzpatrick (R) 47% - Murphy (D) 50% OR Fitzpatrick (R) 47% - Murphy (D) 42% OR Fitzpatrick (R) 41 - Murphy 46%, 10th District Sherwood (R) 38% - Carney (D) 47%, 12th District Irey (R) 30% - Murtha (D) 57% Rhode Island: 1st District Scott (R) 25% - Kennedy (D) 60%, 2nd District Langevin (D) 60% - Driver (I) 19%, South Carolina: 5th District Norman (R) 58% - Spratt (D) 39%, South Dakota: Whalen (R) 26% - Herseth (D) 60%, Tennessee: No House Race Polls Texas: 10th District McCaul (R) 51% - Ankrum 42%, 14th District Paul (R) 57% - Sklar (D) 33%, 17th District Taylor (R) 38% - Edwards (D) 55%, 22nd District write-in candidate 35% - Lampson (D) 36% - Smither (L) 4%, (Sekula Gibbs (WI) 52%) - Lampson (D) 35% - Smither (L) 4%, 23rd District Bonilla (R) 51%, Rodriguez (D) 47%, 32nd District Sessions (R) 51% - Pryor (D) 29%, Utah: 1st District Bishop (R) 57% - Olsen (D) 23% - Hudson (C) 4% - Badler (L) 1%, 2nd District Christensen (R) 23% - Matheson (D) 64% - Brister (G) 1% - Perry (C) <1% - Lett (L) 0%, 3rd District Cannon (R) 56% - Burridge (D) 24% - Noorlander (C) 3% - Hallman (L) 1%, Vermont: Rainville (R) 41% - Walsh (D) 51% Virginia: 2nd District Drake (R) 51% - Kellum (D) 43% OR Drake (R) 45% - Kellam (D) 50%, 5th District Goode (R) 61% - Weed (D) 35% - Oddo (IG) 2%, 9th District Carrico (R) 29% - Boucher (D) 66%, 10th District Wolf (R) 47% - Feder (D) 42%, Washington: 2nd District Roulstone (R) 33% - Larsen (D) 62%, 5th District McMorris (R) 51% - Goldmark (D) 46%, 8th District Reichert (R) 49% - Burner (D) 49%, West Virginia: 1st District Wakim (R) 42% - Mollohan (D) 52%, Wisconsin: 8th District Gard (R) 45% - Kagen (D) 51% Wyoming: Cubin (R) 44% - Trauner (D) 40.4% - Rankin (L) 5%,

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