Two New Polls Show Warren Leading Brown In Mass.

Elizabeth Warren continues to hold the lead over Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) that she built in the weeks following the Democratic National Conventio, a pair of new polls show.

A poll released on Sunday that was conducted by the University of New Hampshire and commissioned by the Boston Globe showed Warren leading Brown, 43 percent to 38 percent.  The poll was striking for its number of undecided voters: 18 percent of likely voters surveyed said they had not made up their minds.

A new survey released today that was conducted by MassINC Polling Group and commissioned by Boston public radio affiliate WBUR shows Warren holding a 4-point lead over Brown among likely voters (including leaners), 49 percent to 45 percent.

The PollTracker Average currently shows Warren leading Brown by 4, 47.9 percent to 43.9 percent.

  

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