Among voters in each state
RON’S COMMENT: Today’s Senate polls (below) show––
- Democratic challengers in Colorado and Arizona are winning by clear margins.
- The North Carolina race is fairly close, but Democrat Cunningham leads all three new polls despite the sexting scandal.
- Republican incumbents still lead Georgia (regular election) and Texas, which remains stable.
- In the Georgia special election, appointed incumbent Loeffler is building a lead over Collins for second spot.
- In South Carolina, polls and money convinced pundits that the Senate race had become a tie, sitting on the edge. Three of the four recent polls had it even and one had GOP incumbent Graham ahead by a single point. But this new poll has Graham ahead by 6 points, which gives him more cushion than any public poll since July.
- The Democratic incumbent in Michigan is doing much better in today’s polls than in other recent surveys.
(Morning Consult) Sen. Lindsey Graham (R) over Jaime Harrison (D): +6 (48-42)
(Morning Consult) Cal Cunningham (D) over Sen. Thom Tillis (R): +6 (47-41)
(Reuters) Cal Cunningham (D) over Sen. Thom Tillis (R): +4 (46-42)
(Susquehanna) Cal Cunningham (D) over Sen. Thom Tillis (R): +2 (46-44)
(Morning Consult) John Hickenlooper (D) over Sen. Cory Gardner (R): +10 (50-40)
(Morning Consult) Sen. Gary Peters (D) over John James (R): +9 (49-40)
(Reuters) Sen. Gary Peters (D) over John James (R): +8 (52-44)
(Morning Consult) Sen. John Cornyn (R) over MJ Hegar (D): +9 (47-38)
(Morning Consult) Mark Kelly (D) over Sen. Martha McSally (R): +8 (49-41)
GEORGIA Regular Election
(Morning Consult) Sen. David Perdue (R) over Jon Ossoff (D): +4 (46-42)
(WXIA) Sen. David Perdue (R) over Jon Ossoff (D): +3 (46-43)
GEORGIA Special Election; Open Primary (WXIA)
Raphael Warnock (D): 30%
Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R): 26%
Doug Collins (R): 20%
Matt Lieberman (D): 8%
Ed Tarver (D): 3%