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Monday, August 8, 2011

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Daily Kos puts out new polls in 10th, 14th, 18th, 32nd

The liberal website Daily Kos has four new polls out in the recall elections, finding close races in the 14th and 18th, but significant leads in the 10th and 32nd SDs.

In the 10th, GOP Sen. Sheila Harsdorf led Dem teacher Shelly Moore 54-42 among those polled.

Fifty-five percent approved of Harsdorf’s job performance, while 42 percent disapproved. Forty-two percent had a favorable impression of Moore, while 53 percent had an unfavorable impression.

Meanwhile, 40 percent approved of President Obama’s job performance, while 53 percent disapproved. Fifty-two percent approved of the job Gov. Scott Walker’s doing, while 45 percent disapproved.

In June, Daily Kos polling had Harsdorf 50, Moore 45.

In the 14th, it was GOP Sen. Luther Olsen 50, Dem Rep. Fred Clark 47.

Half of those surveyed approved of the job Olsen is doing while 47 percent disapprove. Meanwhile, 44 percent had a favorable impression of Clark, while 49 percent had an unfavorable impression.

Obama’s job performance numbers were 40-53, while Walker’s were 49-48.

The poll of 1,258 likely voters was conducted Friday through Sunday and had a margin of error of plus or minus 2.8 percentage points.

Two weeks ago, Daily Kos had Clark 49, Olsen 47.

In the 18th, it was GOP Sen. Randy Hopper 49, Dem Jessica King 48.

Hopper’s job approval numbers were 47-49, while King’s favorability numbers were 48-44.

Obama’s numbers were 39-54, while Walker’s were 49-49.

The survey of 1,351 likely voters was conducted Friday through Sunday and had a margin of error of plus or minus 2.7 percentage points.

In June, Daily Kos had King 50, Hopper 47.

In the 32nd, Dem Rep. Jen Shilling led GOP Sen. Dan Kapanke 54-43.

Kapanke’s job approval numbers were 43-55, while Shilling’s favorability numbers were 57-38.

Obama’s numbers were 46-47, while Walker’s were 41-56.

The survey of 811 likely voters was done Friday through Sunday and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.

In June, Daily Kos had Shilling up 56-42.

Magellan Strategies, a GOP consulting firm, released a poll over the weekend that 50 percent of voters surveyed in the 18th SD backed King, while 47.5 percent supported Hopper.

The autodial survey of 1,433 voters was conducted Thursday. The margin of error was plus or minus 2.57 percentage points.

-- By Staff

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