Warren Leads Brown in Another Poll
Yet another poll is showing Elizabeth Warren edging GOP Sen. Scott Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race. A new WBUR-FM survey has the Democratic nominee leading Brown by 5 points.
Warren takes 47 percent in the poll to Brown's 42 percent, while 8 percent of respondents remain undecided. Brown's favorables remain solid: 52 percent to 30 percent unfavorable. Meanwhile, 48 percent indicate a favorable view of Warren while 32 percent view her unfavorably.
The poll comes on the heels of a Suffolk University/WHDH-TV poll released Tuesday night that had Warren leading Brown 48 percent to 44 percent; and a poll conducted by Western New England University released Sunday that showed Warren leading Brown 50 percent to 44 percent.
The last WBUR-FM poll was conducted back in February, and showed Warren leading Brown 46 percent to 43 percent.
The poll shows President Obama leading Mitt Romney 59 percent to 31 percent -- a bit less of a lead than the president had over the former Massachusetts governor in the Suffolk University/WHDH-TV poll, which had him up 33 points.