Saturday, February 1, 2014

Poll: Scott Brown tied with Jeanne Shaheen in N.H. poll for U.S. Senate race

Scott Brown is tied in a race he hasn’t entered yet. 
Brown, the former senator from Massachusetts who is considering a run for a US Senate seat in New Hampshire, is neck and neck in a new poll with Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen. 
Though Brown has yet to clarify his intentions, he and Shaheen are knotted at 44 percent apiece in a poll conducted by Purple Strategies, a bipartisan public affairs firm.
The poll, which carries an error margin of 3 percent for the whole sample, was conducted Jan. 21 through Jan. 23 among 1,052 likely New Hampshire voters. 
Enjoying a 9 percent lead among independents, Brown trails Shaheen, 38 percent to 46 percent, among women and leads, 51 percent to 40 percent, among men.
This year, New Hampshire holds political importance beyond its bellwether role as the nation’s first state to vote in a presidential primary. The US Senate, currently held by Democrats, is widely considered a tossup in the 2014 midterm elections.
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