Skip to comments.Baker up 3 points over Coakley in new Suffolk-Herald poll
Posted on 10/30/2014 6:56:29 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Republican Charlie Baker has climbed to a 3-point lead over Democrat Martha Coakley in the race for governor, while a push to repeal casinos in Massachusetts appears to be headed for a lopsided defeat, a new Suffolk University-Boston Herald poll shows.
Baker's 46-43 percent lead is well within the poll's margin of error but the GOP nominee holds several key advantages over his Democratic opponent heading into the campaign's final few days, according to the Suffolk-Herald poll of 500 likely voters. Just 6 percent of voters say they are undecided.
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Sabato today moves MA Gov from “toss-up” to “leans-RINO”.
Does Coakley know how to spell Massachusetts?
3 pts is nothing. The IBEW can fix that up for the ‘rats without even breaking a sweat.
Coakley is such a loser. I mean, how does she expect to win anything in Massachusetts if she isn’t 1/10000000000000 fake Native American from some tribe.
Oh oh - BRING OUT THE RIGGED MACHINES!!!!
Polls in MA tend to over-represent the liberal cities in the eastern part of the state. Besides that, MA doesn’t particularly like the mess the illegal situation creates. So, logically it could happen.
Yes, I expect a veritable frenzy of ‘rat vote fraud nationwide!
Not a very flattering picture of Coakley. She looks like a feeble old woman who needs the support of the First Lady just to stand up. On the political side the fact that Coakley needs a White House visit in one of the bluest states in America shows how weak a candidate she is. I’m sure Massachusetts’ Democrats will find a way to rig, excuse me, get out that vote next Tuesday to get her over the finish line.
Hopefully, she loses and we’re rid of her for good.
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