Presidential Race Maps Writing on the Wall

CNN: Rand Paul . . . .

Posted Nov 02, 2010 at 11:03 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

Republican GOP candidate wins in Kentucky. A key U.S. seat for the GOP.

Other races called, but also predicted: GOP takes Democratic seat in Indiana US Senate. Jim Demint, GOP US Senator from South Carolina wins reelection. Democratic US Senator Leahy wins reelection in Vermont.

BIG win for the GOP in Kentucky.

GOP Paul Ahead in Kentucky

Posted Nov 02, 2010 at 10:37 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

Early analysis in the Kentucky US Senate race suggest that Republican candidate, and Tea Party favorite, Rand Paul is doing well in his race against Democrat Jack Conway. This is a key race for the GOP. Without Kentucky they have no hope of taking back the Senate. At this point, it looks like they'll meet this threshold, perhaps handily.

Kentucky US Senate 2010: Is The Race Too-Close-To-Call?

Posted Sep 30, 2010 at 2:36 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

Democratic prospects to retaining the U.S. Senate may have improved, based on the findings of a poll in a key state: Kentucky. The latest Courier-Journal/WHAS11 Bluegrass Poll reports that an earlier +15% lead for Republican (and Tea Party favorite) Rand Paul has nearly evaporated. He now leads Democrat Jack Conway by +2%, 49% to 47% with 4% still undecided. Stay tuned to see if other polls replicate this result.

PollTrack Continues To Rate The Race Leans Republican

Kentucky US Senate 2010: Republican Ahead

Posted Sep 09, 2010 at 1:29 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

A new WHAS11/Courier-Journal Bluegrass Poll in Kentucky reports that Republican and Tea Party favorite Rand Paul has expanded his lead to 15% over Democrat Jack Conway in the U.S. Senate race, 55% to 40%. An Anzalone Research poll in Kentucky shows a MUCH closer race with Paul leading Conway (D) by +3%, 48% to 45%. And a new CNN/Time/Opinion Research survey reports that the race is tied at 46% among registered voters.

PollTrack Continues To Rate The Race Too-Close-To-Call

Kentucky US Senate 2010: Is The Race Tightening?

Posted Aug 23, 2010 at 1:15 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

A new Braun Reseach poll in Kentucky reports that Democrat Jack Conway virtually tied with Republican Rand Paul in the U.S. Senate race. Conway leads Paul by a statistically insignificant margin, 41.7% to 41.2%.

 

PollTrack Continues To Rate The Race Leaning Republican

 

Kentucky US Senate 2010: Republican Rand Paul In The Lead

Posted Aug 19, 2010 at 1:33 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll in Kentucky reports that Republican Rand Paul (and Tea Party favorite) holds a +5% lead in the U.S. Senate race Democrat over Jack Conway, 45% to 40%.

Kentucky Us Senate: Leans Slightly Red

Posted Aug 10, 2010 at 12:44 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

A Braun Research poll in Kentucky reports that Republican candidate and Tea Party favorite Rand Paul now holds a double-digit lead over Democrat Jack Conway (D) in the U.S. Senate race, 41% to 31%. A large number of respondents remain undecided.

PollTrack Rates The Race Leaning Republican

Kentucky Us Senate: Too-Close-To-Call

Posted Jul 28, 2010 at 1:34 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

In a vital test of Tea Party strength, the U.S. Senate race in Kentucky now appears to be too-close-to-call. A just released Braun Research poll reports that Republican candidate and Tea Party favorite Rand Paul leads Democrat Jack Conway by a scant +3%, 41% to 38%.

PollTrack Rates The Race Too-Close-To-Call

Kentucky Us Senate: Seat Leans Slightly Red

Posted Jun 04, 2010 at 12:14 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

A Bluegrass Poll in Kentucky reports that Republican Rand Paul holds a six point lead over Democrat Jack Conway in the U.S. Senate race, 51% to 45%.

Kentucky Us Senate: Open Seat Leans Red

Posted Feb 09, 2010 at 2:27 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

According to PollTrack's first read of the 2010 US Senate Race in Kentucky, the open seats seams a tough win for the Democrats. PollTrack First Call: Leans Republican