Presidential Race Maps Writing on the Wall

Three GOP Gubernatorial Pick Ups

Posted Nov 02, 2010 at 2:40 PM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

The GOP has picked up three Governor's seats:

 

New Mexico: Martinez, REP

Pennsylvania: Corbett, REP

Michigan: Synder, REP

 

The GOP also holds one seat in South Carolina: Halley

 

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.

Latest Polls In Races For Governor

Posted Oct 15, 2010 at 1:20 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

Here are the latest polls in competitive governor's races:

ARIZONA: Rocky Mountain GOP Gov. Jan Brewer leads Democrat Terry Goddard, 46% to 35%.

FLORIDA: Public Policy Polling Democrat Alex Sink leads Republican Rick Scott, 46% to 41%.

HAWAII: Honolulu Civil Beat Democrat Neil Abercrombie leads Republican Duke Aiona, 47% to 44%.

MAINE: Critical Insights Republican Paul LePage leads Democrat Libby Mitchell, 32% to 26%, with Independent Eliot Cutler at 11%; Rasmussen reports a closer race, with LePage just edging Mitchell, 35% to 32%, and Cutler at 21%.

MASSACHUSETTS: Suffolk University/7News Democrat Deval Patrick leads Republican Charlie Baker, 46% to 39%, with Independent Tim Cahill at 10%.

MICHIGAN: Baydoun Consulting/Foster McCollum Republican Rick Snyder leads Democrat Virg Bernero, 50% to 37%.

NEVADA: Public Policy Polling survey Republican Brian Sandoval's leads Democrat Rory Reid, 52% to 43%.

PENNSYLVANIA: Magellan Strategies survey Republican Tom Corbett leads Democrat Dan Onorato, 48% to 38% with 11% undecided.

RHODE ISLAND: Quest Research Democrat Frank Caprio leads Independent Lincoln Chafee, 37% to 33%, with Republican John Robitaille at 22%.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Winthrop University poll Republican Nikki Haley leads Democrat Vincent Sheheen, 46% to 37%.

SC U.S. Senate: Safe Republican

Posted Jun 17, 2010 at 1:32 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

A just released Rasmussen poll in South Carolina reports that incumbent Republican Sen. James DeMint is safely ahead of his Democratic challenger Alvin Greene by a whopping +37% margin--58% to 21%.

PollTrack Rates The Race In SC SAFE Republican

PollTrack Predictions: Today's Primary Races

Posted Jun 08, 2010 at 1:07 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

AR-U.S. Senate Democratic Primary Runoff: Sen. Blanche Lincoln vs Bill Halter. PollTrack Rates The Race Close With A Slight Edge to Halter.

CA-U.S. Senate Republican Primary: Carly Fiorina, Tom Campbell, Chuck Devore. PollTrack Rates the Race Likely Fiorina.

CA-Republican Gubernatorial Primary: PollTrack Rates The Race Likely Meg Whitman.

IA-Republican Gubernatorial Primary: Former Gov. Terry Branstad vs Bob Vander Plaats. PollTrack Rates The Race Close, With A Slight Lead For Branstad.

ME-Democratic and Republican Gubernatorial Primaries: PollTrack Rates BOTH Races Too-Close-To-Call.

NV-Republican Gubernatorial Primary: Incumbent Gov. Jim Gibbons vs. Brian Sandoval. PollTrack Rates The Race Leaning Sandoval.

NV-U.S. Senate Republican Primary: Sharron Angle, Sue Lowden and Danny Tarkanian. PollTrack Rates the Race Likely Lowden

SC-Republican Gubernatorial Primary: PollTrack Rates The Race Likely Nikki Haley.



50% of South Carolina Voters Want Sanford To Go

Posted Sep 07, 2009 at 1:23 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

As the specter of impeachment proceedings rises, exactly one half of South Carolina voters want Governor Mark Sanford, embattled in a sex scandal, to go. 50% responding to the survey said they were for Sanford's resignation; 37% believed he should remain in office; and 14% had no opinion.

Most Vorters in South Carolinia Want Gov. Sanford To Resign

Posted Jun 26, 2009 at 1:14 AM
Maurice Berger, Political Director, PollTrack

Can Gov. Mark Sanford survive his extramarital affair and mysterious disappearance from the state? Can an ultra-conservative "family values" Republican--who proudly condemns gay marriage, gay adoption and even civil unions for gay couples--live down a growing consensus that he is both hypocritical and unethical (he used state funds to travel to Argentina to carry on his illicit affair)? The answer would appear to be no. Two polls suggests that Sanford is in serious trouble: SurveyUSA reports that 60% of South Carolinans believe the embattled governor should resign; 34% think he should remain in office. InsiderAdvantage finds 50% of the state's voters want him to resign; 42%  said he should remain in office.