The Massachusetts senate race is at a virtual standstill, with both Republican incumbent Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren at 46 points each, according to a poll commissioned by the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee.
Such a tight race among other things, shows that a majority of Massachusetts voters have already made up their minds regarding the race, leaving less than 10 percent still undecided.
The poll was commissioned during the height of the “Native American” controversy, just as Brown was calling on Warren to “release documents from her days at Law School to settle questions on her ancestry.”
Interestingly, not only are responses for Warren and Brown exactly alike, both in those who say they would vote for each candidate and those who say they are leaning towards voting for each candidate, but the numbers when asked if “Things you heard in recent weeks makes you more/less inclined to vote for Warren/Brown” are also nearly identical.
In other words, the race is literally at a standstill for right now.
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