Florida: McCollum Leads Sink in Tight Senate Race

QUESTION: If the 2010 election for Governor were held today, for whom would you vote if the candidates were Alex Sink, the Democrat, and Bill McCollum, the Republican?

MCCOLLUM 36% 41% 31% 9% 66% 34%
SINK 35% 32% 38% 59% 7% 40%
UNDECIDED 29% 27% 31% 32% 27% 26%

QUESTION: If Charlie Crist runs for Florida’s U.S. Senate seat in 2010, would you definitely vote for him, consider voting for him or, would you definitely not vote for him?

DEFINITELY 17% 20% 14% 12% 23% 17%
CONSIDER 50% 44% 56% 45% 53% 54%
DEFINITELY NOT 26% 29% 23% 35% 18% 24%
MAYBE 7% 7% 7% 8% 6% 5%

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California: Fiorina ‘Seriously Considering’ Challenging Boxer

In the strongest signal yet of her political ambitions, Carly Fiorina said Tuesday that she is “seriously considering” challenging U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer in next year’s California Senate race.
Fiorina, who had surgery for breast cancer a month ago, said she is about to begin chemotherapy at Stanford Hospital, but then plans to resume a busy schedule.
Mercury News

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Massachusetts: Deval Patrick’s Poll Numbers Show He is in Trouble

A 7News/Suffolk University poll of 400 registered voters conducted March 17-20 showed 40 percent of respondents approved of Patrick’s job performance as governor, while 49 percent disapproved with 11 percent undecided. When asked if Patrick deserves re-election, 34 percent said yes, 47 percent said it is time to elect someone else, and 20 percent were undecided.
Congressional Quarterly

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Obama Picks Numbers-Fudger to Run Census

Republicans expressed alarm because of one of Mr. Groves’s specialties, statistical sampling — roughly speaking, the process of extrapolating from the numbers of people actually counted to arrive at estimates of those uncounted and, presumably, arriving at a realistic total.
—NY Times

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Pelosi: 60% Unfavorable Rating

Congressional Favorability Ratings
Member of Congress Favorable Unfavorable
Nancy Pelosi 34% 60%
Harry Reid 29% 45%
Mitch McConnell 29% 31%
John Boehner 28% 34%

Rasmussen Reports

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