October 07, 2011


Poll Suggests Harvard Jabs Not Effective

Even though Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) regularly tweaks rival Elizabeth Warren (D) for being a Harvard professor, a new Western New England University poll finds most voters aren't troubled by her affiliation.

Just 13% of registered voters said they were "less likely" to vote for Warren because she works at Harvard, while 21% said it made them "more likely" to back her and 63% said it "makes no difference" in how they would vote.

A trial heat shows Brown leading Warren, 47% to 42%.










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