Jan 17 2010
Poll Updates Below!
All you need to know about the Coakley-Brown race is in this graph from Pollster.com (takes time to load – be patient!).
This composite of all the polls for the race show what happened. Right after the end of the year, when Democrats rammed through their Frankenstein Monster of a health care bill in the senate, the bottom started to drop out of Camelot. It was the straw that broke America’s back, signaled the end of her patience with the liberal madness in DC.
Two poll updates are coming late tonight. One will be PPP’s last poll (around 10:30-11:00 PM Eastern) and an update to that PJM poll showing Brown up 15% (around 3:00 AM Eastern). I expect to wake up to some interesting news …Â and possibly a brave new world.
Update: PPP has come out with their final results and they are abysmal for Coakley:
Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley 51-46 in our final Massachusetts Senate poll, an advantage that is within the margin of error for the poll.
Brown is up 64-32 with independents and is winning 20% of the vote from people who supported Barack Obama in 2008 while Coakley is getting just 4% of the McCain vote.
Whatever their margin of error, this has to be on the bloody edges of it. Having trouble downloading their cross tabs. When I do will update the post. Update: no mention of turnout model in my quick glance at the poll, which means I have no clue what to make of it.
Update: Ed Morrissey adds his thoughts to the new poll numbers and the state of the race.
Two new polls came out late last night that show Scott Brown rolling into Tuesdayâ€™s special election with momentum and possibly an insurmountable lead
The chart above continuously updates and shows the composite results, and confirm’s Morrissey’s conclusions. Scott Brown will win, the question now is by how much.