SENATE POLLING ROUNDUP | PA-sen | WV-sen | WI-sen | TN-sen | ND-sen | NV-sen | MO-sen | MI-sen | MA-sen | ME-sen | IN-sen | FL-sen | CT-sen | CA-sen | AZ-sen

GOP Ahead in ND, TN While Democrats Lead in IN, FL, NV, WV

Three polls in Arizona show a statistically tied race.

Nov. 1, 2018, 11:06 a.m.

AZ SEN: Reps. Kyrsten Sinema (D) and Martha McSally (R) were tied at 46 percent in an Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) poll (Oct. 27-29; 643 LVs; +/-3.5%). (Fox News)

Sinema led McSally 51-47 percent in an SSRS poll (Oct. 24-29; 702 LVs; +/-4.4%). (CNN)

McSally led Sinema 52-45 percent in an OH Predictive Insights poll (Oct. 22-23; 600 LVs; +/- 4%). (release)

CA SEN: Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D) led state Sen. Kevin de León (D) 41-35 percent in a Probolsky Research poll conducted both online and by phone (Oct. 25-30; 900 LVs; +/- 3.3%). (release)

CT SEN: Sen. Chris Murphy (D) led businessman Mathew Corey (R) 55-35 percent in an Emerson poll (Oct. 27-29; 780 LVs; +/- 3.7%). (release)

FL SEN: Sen. Bill Nelson (D) led Gov. Rick Scott (R) 50-48 percent in a Cygnal (R) poll (Oct. 27-29; 495 LVs; +/- 4.4%). (release)

IN SEN: Sen. Joe Donnelly (D) led former state Rep. Mike Braun (R) 45-42 percent with Lucy Brenton (L) grabbing 7 percent in a Marist College poll (Oct. 24-28; 496 LVs; +/-5.5%). (NBC News)

Donnelly also led Braun 45-38 with Brenton getting 5 percent in an Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) poll (Oct. 27-30; 722 LVs; +/-3.5%). (Fox News)

ME SEN: Sen. Angus King (I) led state Sen. Eric Brakey (R) 50-37 percent, with Zak Ringelstein (D) taking 6 percent, in an Emerson poll (Oct. 27-29; 883 LVs; +/- 3.5%). (release)

MA SEN: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) led state Rep. Geoff Diehl (R) 57-27 percent in a Western New England University poll (Oct. 10-27; 402 LVs; +/- 5%). (release)

MI SEN: Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D) led businessman John James (R) 54-41 percent in a Gravis Marketing poll (Oct. 29-30; 764 LVs; +/- 3.6%). (RealClearPolitics)

MO SEN: Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) and state Attorney General Josh Hawley (R) were tied at 43 percent in an Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) poll (Oct. 27-30; 741 LVs; +/-3.5%). (Fox News)

NV SEN: Rep. Jacky Rosen (D) led Sen. Dean Heller (R) 48-45 percent in an SSRS poll (Oct. 24-29; 622 LVs; +/-4.8%). (CNN)

ND SEN: Rep. Kevin Cramer (R) led Sen. Heidi Heitkamp 51-42 percent in an Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) poll (Oct. 27-30; 789 LVs; +/-3%). (Fox News)

PA SEN: Sen. Bob Casey (D) led Rep. Lou Barletta (R) 50-35 percent in a Franklin & Marshall poll (Oct. 22-28; 537 RVs; +/- 6%). (release)

TN SEN: Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R) led former Gov. Phil Bredesen (D) 50-41 percent in an Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R) poll (Oct. 27-30; 718 LVs; +/-3.5%). (Fox News)

Blackburn led Bredesen 51-45 percent in a Cygnal (R) poll (Oct. 26-27; 497 LVs; +/- 4.4%). (release)

WI SEN: Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D) led state Sen. Leah Vukmir (R) 54-43 percent in a Marquette University Law School poll (Oct. 24-28; 1,154 LVs; +/-3.2%). (release)

WV SEN: Sen. Joe Manchin (D) led state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R) 45-40 percent, with Rusty Hollen (L) taking 11 percent, in a Research America poll for MetroNews Dominion Post poll (400 LVs; +/- 4.9%) (WV Metro News)

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