Senate 2010 Polls
TOSS UPS

Colorado: Bennet (D)
Illinois: Open (D)
Missouri: Open (R)
Ohio: Open (R)
Pennsylvania: Specter (D)
LEAN REPUBLICAN
Indiana: Open (D)
Kentucky: Open (R)
Nevada: Reid (D)
New Hampshire: Open (R)
North Carolina: Burr (R)
LEAN DEMOCRAT
California: Boxer (D)
New York: Gillibrand (D)
LIKELY REPUBLICAN
Arkansas: Lincoln (D)
Delaware: Open (D)
Florida: Open (R)
Louisiana: Vitter (R)
LIKELY DEMOCRAT
Washington: Murray (D)
Wisconsin: Feingold (D)
SAFE REPUBLICAN
North Dakota: Open (D)
SAFE DEMOCRAT
Connecticut: Open (D)

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New York Mayor - Bloomberg vs. Thompson

Polling Data

PollDateSampleBloomberg (I)Thompson (D)Spread
Final Results----50.646.0Bloomberg +4.6
RCP Average10/26 - 11/1--52.039.3Bloomberg +12.7
Quinnipiac10/29 - 11/11360 LV5038Bloomberg +12
SurveyUSA10/28 - 10/29606 LV5342Bloomberg +11
Marist10/26 - 10/28524 LV5338Bloomberg +15

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Polling Data

PollDateSampleBloomberg (I)Thompson (D)Spread
Final Results----50.646.0Bloomberg +4.6
RCP Average10/26 - 11/1--52.039.3Bloomberg +12.7
Quinnipiac10/29 - 11/11360 LV5038Bloomberg +12
SurveyUSA10/28 - 10/29606 LV5342Bloomberg +11
Marist10/26 - 10/28524 LV5338Bloomberg +15
Quinnipiac10/23 - 10/251088 LV5335Bloomberg +18
Marist10/19 - 10/21390 LV5236Bloomberg +16
SurveyUSA10/17 - 10/19583 LV5341Bloomberg +12
SurveyUSA10/10 - 10/12562 LV5538Bloomberg +17
SurveyUSA10/3 - 10/5561 LV5143Bloomberg +8
Quinnipiac9/16 - 9/211513 LV5236Bloomberg +16
Marist9/15 - 9/17446 LV5243Bloomberg +9
Quinnipiac8/18 - 8/241290 RV5035Bloomberg +15
Quinnipiac7/21 - 7/271290 RV4737Bloomberg +10
Marist6/29 - 7/1845 RV4835Bloomberg +13
Quinnipiac6/9 - 6/141396 RV5432Bloomberg +22
Marist5/5 - 5/7578 RV5133Bloomberg +18
Quinnipiac3/17 - 3/221142 RV4935Bloomberg +14
Quinnipiac2/17 - 2/24984 RV5033Bloomberg +17
Marist2/16 - 2/17827 RV5336Bloomberg +17
Quinnipiac1/20 - 1/251216 RV5034Bloomberg +16
NY11/20 - 1/25535 RV4532Bloomberg +13
Quinnipiac11/18 - 11/231594 RV5232Bloomberg +20
Marist11/17 - 11/19696 RV5232Bloomberg +20
Marist10/1 - 10/1413 RV5530Bloomberg +25

All Commentary & News Stories

- Bill Clinton Handicaps the GOP Field - Ronald Brownstein, National Journal

- Lawmakers Receive Record Number of Threats in 2010 - The Hill

- 2010 Elections Sapped Energy From Obama Admin - Julian Zelizer, CNN

- GOP Says 5,000 Non-Citizens Voted in Colorado in 2010 - The Hill

- The Politics of the New Middle America - E.J. Dionne, American Prospect

- Public is Shifting Toward New Jeffersonian Era - Salena Zito, Pittsburgh TR

- After the Wave: What Do Voters Want? - Henry Olsen, National Affairs

- Obama Shows Why 2010 Election Was a Mistake - Joe Conason, Salon

- What We Learned in 2010 - George Will, Newsweek

- Celebrating the New GOP Majority - E.J. Dionne, Washington Post

- The Liberal Reckoning of 2010 - Wall Street Journal

- Voters Elected Republicans to End Obamaism - Washington Examiner

- The Fallen Dems of 2010 - E.J. Dionne, Washington Post

- Whitman Paid High Price for Latino Distrust of GOP - George Skelton, LAT

- Reid and Pelosi Get Mugged by Public Opinion - Michael Barone, Examiner

- Ousted Politicians Reflect on What Went Wrong - Eleanor Clift, Newsweek

- Who Had the Best (and Worst) 2010? - Barnes & Beard, National Journal

- Republicans' Missing Mandate - Steve Benen, Washington Monthly

- Despite Big Midterm Gains, Public Not Yet Sold on GOP - Balz & Cohen, WP

- The Against the Grain Awards - Josh Kraushaar, National Journal

- Republicans From Democratic Wave Doing Just Fine - Roll Call

- End of the Year Awards for 2010 - Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call

- Midterm Defections: The Real Story of 2010 - Mark Mellman, The Hill

- The GOP's California Blues - Fred Barnes, The Weekly Standard

- Can Democrats Up Their Game? - E.J. Dionne, Washington Post

- Ohio Blowout Raises Red Flag for Democrats - Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call

- How Did GOP Perform with Hispanic Voters? - Jay Cost, Weekly Standard

- The Lessons of Harry Reid - Brent Budowsky, The Hill

- Hearing the Voters - Rep. Boehner & Sen. McConnell, Washington Post

- The Democratic South Finally Falls - Jonathan Martin, Politico

- None Dare Call It Desperation - Michael Gerson, Washington Post

- Congress Must Address Broken Elections - Murray Galinson, San Diego U-T

- Donkey Turkeys Explain the Election - James Taranto, Wall Street Journal

- California GOP Needs Centrist Approach - Trounstine & Roberts, LA Times

- Reflections on the Sweep of 2010 - Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

- Dems Try to Explain the Shellacking - James Taranto, Wall Street Journal

- A Hobbled Pelosi Keeps on Playing - Joshua Green, Boston Globe

- Murkowski Proves Voters Want Cooperation - David Broder, Wash Post

- The Power of the Hispanic Voter - New York Times

- Democrats Try to Crack Mystery of the Missing Voters - Gerald Seib, WSJ

- Is the Electorate Moving Right? - Jay Cost, The Weekly Standard

- Halfhearted Soul-Searching at the White House - Eleanor Clift, Newsweek

- New GOP Govs Will Write History's Next Chapter - Mark Halperin, Time

- Teixiera: Electorate Isn't Moving Right - Ed Kilgore, Democratic Strategist

- Dems Learned Nothing From Shellacking - Michael Goodwin, New York Post

- The DC Economic Disconnect and Democrats - David Paul Kuhn, RCP

- The Unlikely Reincarnation of Lisa Murkowski - Nicole Allan, The Atlantic

- Economy Remains Top Issue for Independents - John Judis, New Republic

- Ambitious Politicians Fund Friends' Recounts - Politico

- What the Voters Said on Election Day - Karlyn Bowman, The American

- Seniors, Entitlements, & the Midterms - James Surowiecki, The New Yorker

- The Blindness of the Times - William McGowan, RealClearPolitics

- Assessing Obama's Coalition - Sean Trende, RealClearPolitics

- 2010 Elections Highlight Obama's Eroding Base - Sidoti & Agiesta, AP

- The GOP Takeover in the States - Dan Balz, Washington Post

- Obama Aides Engage in "Soul-Searching" - Anne Kornblut, Washington Post

- Electorate's Revolt & the Crisis for Liberals - John Podhoretz, Commentary

- The Public Isn't Happy About GOP Victory - Charles Blow, New York Times

- The White House Grapples With a New Reality - Michael Scherer, Time

- Deficit Panel Likes Gates' $100 Billion in Pentagon Savings - The Hill

- Obama Has a Listening Problem - Karl Rove, Wall Street Journal

- Obama Must Move to Center--of the Country - Steven Pearlstein, Wash Post

- After Setback, Democrats Must Not Retreat - E.J. Dionne, New Republic

- Is Obama Resuscitating the Right? - George Will, Washington Post

- Why Voters Will Turn Against the GOP - Ed Kilgore, The New Republic

- The Great Repudiation - James Ceaser, Claremont Review of Books

- The Case for the Death of Congressional Safe Seats - David Fontana, TNR

- The Essential Yet Limited Role of Money in Politics - Jacob Sullum, Reason

- Dems Say Damage Control Prevented More Losses - Carl Hulse, NY Times

- GOP Needs More Non-White Voters to Keep Winning - Zoltan Hajnal, WSJ

- States Out of Balance - New York Times

- My Conservative Brother Rubs It In - Maureen Dowd, New York Times

- Clueless on a Shellacking - Ruth Marcus, Washington Post

- Impermanent Majority - Noemie Emery, Weekly Standard

- The 2010 Midterm Election in Perspective - Peter Wehner, Commentary

- New Faces of Hope for GOP - Manny Lopez, Detroit News

- Poll: Independents Fueled GOP Wave - Jonathan Martin, Politico

- Latinos Played Important Roles in 2010 Elections - Arizona Republic

- A Rebirth of the American Revolution? - Charles Kadlec, Forbes

- Election 2010: An Inconsistent Wave - Sean Trende, RealClearPolitics

- Reid Win Boiled Down to 1 Word: Preparation - Jon Ralston, Las Vegas Sun

- South Carolina's Tim Scott: Tea Party Hero - Zev Chafets, Newsweek

- Jim Webb: Why Reagan Democrats Still Matter - David Paul Kuhn, RCP

- Pelosi, Reid May Have Passed Their Sell-By Date - Albert Hunt, Bloomberg

- How the Democrats Shellacked Themselves - Joan Walsh, Salon

- Welcome to Obama's Worst Week Yet - Michael Goodwin, New York Post

- Meet the GOP Freshmen - Patricia Murphy, Politics Daily

- What Voters Were Thinking - Hendrik Hertzberg, The New Yorker

- 2010's Lesson: Serious Conservatism is Back - Matt Lewis, Politics Daily

- The Depth & Breadth of GOP Victories - Michael Barone, DC Examiner

- Obama Says Vote Turned on Economy - Peter Baker, New York Times

- A President Who Simply Doesn't Get It - Jack Kelly, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

- The Democratic Leaders Don't Get It - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

- The Most Important Freshman Senator - Stephen Hayes, Weekly Standard

- Another Dem Congress? It Could Be Awhile - Mark Greenbaum, Salon

- A Second Chance for Both Parties - David Shribman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

- Can West Unshackle Itself From Big Gov't? - Janet Daley, Telegraph

- GOP Must Stay True to Principles - Jeff Jacoby, Boston Globe

- Election Improved Prospects for Free Trade - Washington Post

- Tea Party Agenda Is the Public's Agenda - Frank Luntz, Washington Post

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