Last night I linked to the new senate poll numbers released last night by WSJ/Zogby. There are 17 races -- Dems up in 10, GOP up in 5, ties in 2. Pretty good for the Democrats. But not enough to retake the body. In the legend to one of the graphs the data sheet says "breakdown assumes unpolled seats do not change." Which makes sense since the ones they're polling are supposed to be the most competitive.
But TPM Reader ST just pointed out -- and I'm embarrassed to say I didn't catch this -- the Burns-Tester Montana senate race isn't included in their list. That's arguably the Democrats best chance for a pick-up this year.
What's that about?
Late Update: JS has another good point. WSJ/Zogby also isn't polling RI-Sen.