Suffolk University has just announced a new poll that shows Elizabeth Warren in a very strong position – up 53-46 with virtually no undecided voters – going into the final week of this race. Today’s result, which is in line with most recent polling, makes yesterday’s Globe poll look very outlier-ish indeed.
From Suffolk’s press release:
POLL: WARREN SURGING TOWARD VICTORY OVER BROWN
… “Elizabeth Warren is riding a final wave of momentum to the U.S. Senate,” said David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center in Boston. “Unless something drastically changes in the final days before the election, you will be hearing the title ‘Senator-elect’ Warren instead of ‘Professor’ Warren.” …
Warren is now seen as more popular, with 51 percent indicating a favorable rating and just 36 percent viewing her unfavorably. Brown struggled to maintain a positive rating with 45 percent favorable and 42 percent unfavorable….
On Jan. 14, 2010, Suffolk University was the first poll using live interviewers to show Republican Scott Brown leading Democrat Martha Coakley – by 4 points. Five days later, Brown won by 5 points on Election Day.
We can close this deal. Let’s go win.