January 16, 2010


Coakley's Internal Poll Shows Her Trailing

Steve Kornacki reports that Martha Coakley's (D) internal poll for Friday night showed Scott Brown (R) leading in the U.S. Senate race by two points, 47% to 45%. Her campaign's three-night average for Friday, Thursday and Wednesday is the same -- a 47% to 45% lead for Brown.

It's important to note that these numbers do not include any possible fallout from Coakley's gaffe calling Red Sox great Curt Schilling a Yankee fan.

Meanwhile, after one day in the field, Public Policy Polling says it's unlikely their final poll will be able to make a clear prediction of the winner because it's still too close. Results are expected late Sunday night.










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