According to a just released poll from Rasmussen Reports, 50% of voters in Massachusetts support the Democratic candidate, however, 41% of voters in Massachusetts support Scott Brown's campaign for United States Senate, an amazing feat for a Republican seeking an office in Massachusetts, whether it be on the federal, statewide, or local level.
50% of Massachusetts voters would support the Democrat, 41% of Massachusetts voters would support Scott Brown, 7% of Massachusetts voters are unsure, and 1% of Massachusetts voters would support some other candidate, also just 53% of Massachusetts citizens support the Democratic health care legislation in Washington, 45% opposed the Democratic legislation.
25% of voters have a very favorable opinion of Scott Brown, compared to just 5% of voters who have a very unfavorable opinion of Scott Brown, while just 21% of voters have a very favorable opinion of the Democrat, and 22% of voters have a very unfavorable opinion at the same time.
This is no longer a false hope of Republicans, if Republican turnout is strong, Brown's momentum continues, and the Democratic candidate continues to act like a King on a throne, or like an entitled little drama queen, Scott Brown will be the next United States Senator from Massachusetts.
Brown within 9% points - http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/election_2010/election_2010_senate_elections/massachusetts/election_2010_massachusetts_special_senate_election
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