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Source: Critical Insights (url)

CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
RPaul LePageRepublican34%piePoll Date: 2010-10-11
DLibby MitchellDemocratic29%Number Polled: 605
IEliot CutlerIndependent13%Margin of Error: 4%
-Undecided-18%Voter Type: Likely

LePage regains small lead

 By: Mark Warner 08 (I-AUT) on 2010-10-14 @ 02:05:40


Poll Demographics

34% LePage (R)
29% Mitchell (D)
13% Cutler (I)
6% Moody (I)
1% Scott (I)
18% Undecided

About this Poll

The Maine Poll, conducted for MaineToday Media by the Portland polling and research firm Critical Insights, sampled 605 likely voters throughout Maine on Oct. 10-11.
It has a sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage points at the 95 percent confidence level. Thus, if the research were conducted 100 times, data would fall within a range of plus or minus 4 percentage points to the results presented today.

Live interviews were conducted by telephone, using a computer-assisted telephone interviewing system from Critical Insights’ Portland offices and from those of a strategic partner out of state.

Callers use random-digit dialing to land lines only. While an increasing number of people are using only cell phones, The American Association of Public Opinion Research says there is little evidence to date that surveys based solely on land lines are suffering from significant bias.
To be included in the survey, respondents were required to be a registered voter in Maine, have voted in the most recent presidential election of November 2008 (if eligible at the time), and claim they are likely to vote in the upcoming November election.

The Maine Poll questionnaire was developed by editors of MaineToday Media, working in collaboration with Critical Insights.
Survey results are weighted to reflect the gender, age and geographic distribution of Maine voters.

Readers should note that polls are not predictors of outcomes. Rather, they are intended to capture opinions held at the point in time when a poll is conducted.

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