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Poll: Dems Show Promise Over GOPers In Michigan Senate, Guv Races

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The poll found Snyder (pictured) tied with Schauer with each getting 40 percent while the remaining 20 percent said they were not sure. In the Senate race, Peters got 41 percent while Land got 36 percent. The remaining 24 percent said they were not sure.

In terms of favorability, 54 percent said they disapproved of Snyder while 37 percent said they approved of him. The remaining 9 percent said they were unsure. For Schauer, 27 percent said they had a favorable opinion of him while 24 percent said they had an unfavorable opinion of him. The remaining 49 percent said they weren't sure.

Similarly, in the U.S. Senate race, a high percentage of those surveyed said they weren't sure about Peters on the favorability question. Twenty-six percent said they had a favorable opinion of Peters while 28 percent said they had an unfavorable opinion of him. For Land, PPP found that 32 percent had a favorable opinion of her while 42 percent said they had an unfavorable opinion of her. The remaining 26 percent said they were not sure.

Additionally, the favorable-unfavorable numbers for Democrats in the state legislature are better than for Republicans, the poll found. Thirty-nine percent of those surveyed said they had a favorable opinions of Democrats in the state legislature while 39 percent had an unfavorable opinion of them. Twenty-two percent said they were unsure. Meanwhile, 24 percent said they had a favorable opinion of Republicans in the state legislature while 56 percent said they had an unfavorable opinion of them. Twenty percent said they were not sure.

The poll was conducted among 578 registered voters between June 26 and June 29. The margin of error was plus or minus 4.1 percentage points.

See the TPM Polltracker averages of the Michigan race for U.S. Senate and the Michigan gubernatorial race below.

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