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CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
DCaseyDemocratic54%piePoll Date: 2006-05-25
RSantorum*Republican41%Number Polled: 600
-Write-ins-0%Margin of Error: 4%
-Undecided-0%Voter Type: Likely

  * = Incumbent

Casey (D) lead shrinks but maintain a solid lead over Santorum (R) in PA

 By: MLEFLO1 (O-IL) - 2006-06-05 @ 19:58:08

Question: If the election were held today who would you vote for for PA US Senate?

Poll Demographics

About this Poll 600 likely voters polled and has an error of +/-4 percentage points, done by ARG/Greenberg research group poll company.

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Poll Technical Comments

 By: MLEFLO1 (O-IL) - 2006-06-05 @ 20:27:51

It seems like Rausmassen had it wrong, he had the margin too wide. It has always been a 10 point race not a 20 pt race.preciction Map

 By: leip (I-NY) - 2006-06-06 @ 09:39:54

I can't find any info on the ARG site about this poll... can anyone point me to the link?preciction Map

 By: MLEFLO1 (O-IL) - 2006-06-06 @ 11:14:06

I was done by Greenberg and Greenberg was sponsored by the ARG that what it says. The poll was done by Greenberg Quilan Rosner. But their sponser is ARG. You can put in either one Mr. Leip. I couldn't find greenberg so I chose ARG. I just wanted to show that Rausmassen had too wide a margin and overstated the previous poll. The website is www.greenbergresearch.com.

Last Edit: 2006-06-11 @ 07:57:36
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 By: Olawakandi (G-CA) - 2006-10-19 @ 17:05:11

This is democracy Corpspreciction Map

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