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Surveys Show Heitkamp, Donnelly Trailing

A rare Montana poll found Tester up 3 points.

Oct. 23, 2018, 11:03 a.m.

CA SEN: Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D) led state Sen. Kevin de León 41-23 percent in an automated Emerson College poll (Oct. 17-19; 671 LVs; +/-4.1%). (Twitter)

FL SEN: Sen. Bill Nelson led Gov. Rick Scott (R) 52-46 percent in a Quinnipiac University poll (Oct. 17-21; 1,161 LVs; +/-3.5%). (release)

Nelson led Scott 49-41 percent and in a SurveyUSA poll (Oct. 18-21; 665 LVs; +/-5%) for local TV affiliates. (release)

Scott led Nelson 49-48 percent in a St. Pete Polls (IVR) survey (Oct. 20-21; 1,575 LVs; +/-2.5%). (Florida Politics)

Scott led Nelson 51-46 percent in an OnMessage poll (Oct. 14-18; 2,200 LVs; +/-2%) released by Scott’s campaign. (release)

IN SEN: Former state Rep. Mike Braun (R) led Sen. Joe Donnelly (D) 47-43 percent in a Mason Strategies poll (Oct. 15-21; 600 LVs; +/-3.9 percent). (Indy Politics)

Donnelly led Braun 41-40 percent in a SurveyUSA poll (1,400 adults Oct. 12-16; +/-4.6%) conducted for the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics. (Terre Haute Tribune-Star)

MI SEN: Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D) led Army veteran John James (R) 48-41 percent in a Tarrance Group (R) poll (Oct. 20-22; 605 LVs; +/-4.1%) conducted for James’s campaign. (release)

MS SEN: Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (R) and former Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy (D) led with 38-29 percent for the two runoff spots in the Nov. 6 jungle primary, according to a Marist College poll (Oct. 13-18; 511 LVs; +/-6.1%). State Sen. Chris McDaniel (R) took 15 percent. In hypothetical runoff scenarios scheduled for Nov. 27, Hyde-Smith bested Espy 50-36 percent while Espy beat McDaniel 43-36 percent. (NBC News)

MT SEN: Sen. Jon Tester (D) led state Auditor Matt Rosendale (R) 46-43 percent in a Montana Television Network-Montana State University mail-ballot poll (“a three-week period in late September and early October;” 2,000+ RVs, +/-2 percent) while 3 percent chose Rick Breckenridge (L). (KRTV)

ND SEN: Rep. Kevin Cramer (R) led Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D) 56-40 percent in a Strategic Research Associates poll (Oct. 12-19; 650 LVs; +/-3.9%). (KFYR)

VT SEN: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) led Lawrence Zupan (R) 60-19 percent in a Praun Research poll (Oct. 5-14; 606 respondents; +/-4%). (VPR)

WV SEN: Sen. Joe Manchin (D) led state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R) 52-36 percent in a Strategic Research Associates poll (Oct. 12-19; 650 LVs; +/-3.9%). (WSAZ)

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