Monday, August 4, 2008

McCain and McConnell Are Well Ahead In Kentucky has an informative analysis of recent Kentucky polls conducted by Research 2000 and Rasmussen, showing both Senator McCain and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell comfortably ahead in their respective races. Rasmussen has McCain up by 10% over Senator Barack Obama in the presidential race, while Research 2000 finds McCain's lead to be even larger -- 21% -- that's right, McCain, 56% - Obama, 35%. As for the Senate race, McConnell's lead over Bruce Lunsford is about the same in both polls: Rasmussen has McConnell at 50% to Lunsford's 38%, and Research 2000 measures the race as McConnell over Lunsford 49% to 38%. What is a hit in Frankfurt is a dud in Frankfort.

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