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Source: TNS Intersearch (url)

CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
DO'MalleyDemocratic55%piePoll Date: 2006-06-25
REhrlich*Republican39%Number Polled: 902
-Other-1%Margin of Error: 3%
-Undecided-4%Voter Type: Registered

  * = Incumbent

O'Malley (D) has a 16 point lead on Ehlrich (R)

 By: MLEFLO1 (O-IL) - 2006-06-28 @ 04:31:31

Question: If the candidates in the race were Bob Ehrlich, the Republican, and Martin O'Malley, the Democrat, for whom would you vote? Which one are you leaning toward right now?

Of Registered Voters
55% Martin O'Malley
39% Robert Ehlrich
0% Other
1% Neither
4% No Opinion

Of Registered Voters "absolutely certain" to vote:
51% Martin O'Malley
40% Robert Ehlrich
0% Other
3% Neither
5% No Opinion

Poll Demographics
Dem: 51%
Rep: 29%
Ind: 14%
Other: 4%
No Opinion: 1%

White 63
Black 27
Hispanic 4
Asian 2
Other Race 5

Male 48
Female 52

About this Poll From a Washington Post poll conducted by telephone June 19-25, 2006 among 1,127 randomly selected Maryland adults, 902 whom reported they were currently registered to vote. With the exceptions of questions 1, 40 and 41, results shown are based on voters only. The survey also included an oversample of black voters (total N=338) in order to more accurately analyze this group. Final results were adjusted to reflect the actual racial distribution of the state. Margin of sampling error for results based on the full sample is plus or minus three percentage points. For registered Democrats it is plus or minus four percentage points. Questions on the demographic makeup of the sample group are included at the end of the poll.

Fieldwork by TNS of Horsham, PA.

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Poll Technical Comments

 By: Miamiu1027 (D-NY) - 2006-06-28 @ 12:57:10

This poll wasn't done by Ipsos, although I don't blame you for it because there's no WaPo option in the pulldown menu. Also O'Malley has a 51-40% lead RV and a 55-39% lead LV.
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 By: MLEFLO1 (O-IL) - 2006-06-28 @ 13:17:22

Yes, it was Ipsos and Washington Post do polls together, didn't you know that. And it says associated press, Washington Post is part of the associated press.

Last Edit: 2006-06-28 @ 13:21:00
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 By: leip (I-NY) - 2006-10-30 @ 09:03:06

I've changed the source of this poll to TNS Intersearch as stated in the source page of the poll.preciction Map

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