September 30, 2004

RUNNING THE TABLE IN THE SOUTH:

WRAL Poll: Race For U.S. Senate Almost Dead Heat (WRAL, September 30, 2004)

U.S. Senate candidates Erskine Bowles and Richard Burr are in a full court press. Two months ago, a WRAL News poll gave Bowles a commanding 10 point lead. After the latest poll, new numbers show only one point separates the two candidates with 11 percent undecided. [...]

More than 600 likely voters were interviewed for the latest poll before and after Monday's debate.


This one's over too.

Posted by Orrin Judd at September 30, 2004 10:23 PM
Comments

The breakdown by region was interesting. Burr needs to step it up in Western NC and around Charlotte, as his numbers in both don't yet reflect the normal partisan breakdown in those areas. Bowles is maxing out in the rest of the state. IOW, all the prospective change in the race favors Burr.

Sure, he's getting killed in Raleigh-Durham but that is the Upper West Side without decent pastrami.

Posted by: Bart at October 1, 2004 6:21 AM
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