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« on: December 05, 2005, 08:02:40 pm »

Cantwell 52% McGavick 37%
Survey of 500 Likely Voters
November 30, 2005
Election 2008
Cantwell (D)   52%
McGavick (R)   37%
Other   2%
Not Sure   9%
December 5, 2005--For the second straight time in a Rasmussen Reports election poll, Democrat Maria Cantwell leads Republican Mike McGavick 52% to 37%. The poll numbers are essentially unchanged from our November 10 survey.
Cantwell is viewed favorably by 60% of Washington voters, up from 57% in the earlier election poll.  Thirty-six percent (36%) have an unfavorable opinion of their Senator.
McGavick has lower name recognition, but his favorables have improved a bit since the last survey in Washington. Forty-three percent (43%) now have a favorable opinion of the Safeco CEO, up from 35%. Thirty-one percent (31%) hold an unfavorable opinion, down from 34% three weeks ago.
Cantwell has solid support within her own party, currently attracting 91% of the vote from Democrats. McGavick leads 77% to 15% among Republicans.

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