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Indiana: Dueling Internal Polls Show Different Races
Posted at 3:55 p.m. on Oct. 31, 2012
What’s the effect of state Treasurer Richard Mourdock’s (R) week-old debate comment that pregnancy from rape is something “God intended”?
Depends on whom you ask.
Today, Mourdock’s campaign released a second poll showing his race versus Rep. Joe Donnelly (D) as a statistical tie. His own campaign survey showed Mourdock leading Donnelly, 45 percent to 44 percent.
It’s safe to say, Donnelly’s team sees the race differently. His campaign released its own survey today that showed him leading Mourdock, 43 to 36 percent, among 600 likely voters.
Either way, the race for Indiana’s Senate seat remains highly competitive. Roll Call rates it as a Tossup.
Mourdock’s pollster, John McLaughlin and Associates, conducted his campaign poll Oct. 29-30. Donnelly’s pollster, Global Strategy Group, conducted his campaign poll Oct. 28-30.
Both surveys interviewed 600 likely voters and had a margins of error of 4 points.