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July 01, 2014


Runoff Looks Likely for Louisiana Senate Race

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Louisiana finds Sen. Mary Landrieu (D) and Bill Cassidy (R) are likely to advance to a December runoff and that match up is a toss up, 47% to 47%.

In the November election, Landrieu leads with 44%, followed by Cassidy at 27%, Rob Maness (R) at 8%, and Paul Hollis (R) at 5%.

Key finding: "Even with 17% of voters undecided it will be a pretty difficult road to 50% for Landrieu in the November election -- she has only an 8% approval rating with those remaining undecideds... Most of those folks seem likely to end up deciding who to vote for in November between the trio of GOP hopefuls."














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