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5 battleground polls & Prof. Kimball 2018 midterm predictions Subscribe to Emerson College Polling Weekly on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Media Network mobile app. IG/Twitter: @EmersonPolling


With the Midterm Elections less than a week away, Emerson College Polling is monitoring 12 states this week. Kansas USC 2nd district: Steve Watkins (R) 48%, Paul Davis (D) 41%, 8% undecided 3rd district: Sharice Davids (D) 55%, Kevin Yoder (R-inc) 43%, 1% undecided Governor Kris Kobach (R) 44%, Laura Kelly (D) 43%, Greg Orman


Gary Johnson and the Libertarian miracle: Is it on the brink in New Mexico? Good news for Democrats across the board in Emerson Polling’s New Jersey, Michigan and New Mexico polls.  IG/Twitter: @EmersonPolling Sign up for a FREE MONTH at: www.TheGreatCoursesPlus.com/POLLING


Voters in New Jersey, Michigan and New Mexico are being called this week. New Mexico and Michigan each have two statewide races, and New Jersey only has one statewide election. Voters in Michigan are also being asked their thoughts on marijuana, Flint and redistricting. NJ Senate: Bob Menendez (D-inc.) | Bob Hugin (R) MI Governor:


Democrats expect big gains in California. New e-Poll shows huge leads in US Congress generic ballot and Gavin Newsom for Governor. But what about Senator Dianne Feinstein? Subscribe to Emerson College Polling Weekly on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Media Network mobile app. IG/Twitter: @EmersonPolling


The Senate race in California gives Republicans an opportunity to cast a protest vote for a Bernie-supported Democrat against the incumbent Senator Dianne Feinstein (D). Feinstein, who was first elected in 1992, faces State Senate Majority Leader Kevin de León, who has been pushing the race to the left. The Republicans have a hold on


Democrats seem to be losing a grip on being able to take back the United States Senate.  Latest Emerson College e-Poll has data on #NVSen between Dean Heller & Jacky Rosen.  Also: #NVGov, #NHGov & US Congressional races in all districts in New Hampshire & Nevada. Subscribe to Emerson College Polling Weekly oniTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS


The Senate Race in Nevada is the only Republican-held Senate seat up for election in a state that Hillary Clinton won. The first district of New Hampshire is history in the making with either the first openly gay representative from that district, Chris Pappas (D), or the first black representative, Eddie Edwards (R). TX Senate:


Ted Cruz is on the move in Texas in the latest Emerson College e-Poll.  Prof. Spencer Kimball breaks down how Cruz was able to make this charge and if O’Rourke has peaked. BONUS: National poll on a universal basic income and whether US tax dollars should pay for tuition free college. Subscribe to Emerson College


Emerson poll finds that the Kansas second and third congressional districts are competitive with potential Democratic upsets. Paul Davis (D) from the second district and Sharice Davids (D) from the third are both in the lead but within the margin of error. Kansas Gov: Kris Kobach (R)-37%, Laura Kelly (D)-36%, Greg Orman-9%, Undecided-15% Kansas 2nd:


#KSGov a DEAD heat: Kris Kobach (R) v Laura Kelly (D) v Greg Orman (I) #KS01: Roger Marshall (R-inc) 44%, Alan LaPolice (D) 17%, 35% undecided #KS02: Paul Davis (D) 35%, Steve Watkins (R) 31%, 28% undecided #KS03: Sharice Davids (D) 47%, Kevin Yoder (R-inc) 41%, 10% undecided #KS04: Incumbent Ron Estes (R-inc) 50%, James


Donald Trump endorsement power – will it be on display in Kansas? Emerson pollster Spencer Kimball previews Monday’s Emerson e-Poll and discusses the possibility of Kansas slipping away from the Republicans. Subscribe to Emerson College Polling Weekly on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Media Network mobile app.  Twitter/IG: EmersonPolling. SPONSOR: Get a FREE month of The


Senator Jeff Flake may be the decisive vote on confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court.  Arizona e-Poll on how citizens believe Senator Jeff Flake should vote. Arizona Senate: Martha McSally (R) v Kyrsten Sinema (D) Arizona Gov: Doug Ducey (R-inc) v David Garcia (D) Subscribe to Emerson College Polling Weekly on iTunes, Stitcher and the


Democrats look to be competitive in states Trump won with ease, like Kansas. How successful can they be? Subscribe to the Emerson College Polling Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher and the CLNS Media Network mobile app. IG/Twitter: @EmersonPolling


Kelley and Cole recap and review the 2018 primary season and take a look at the Democrats chances of taking the Senate. Is there an overarching narrative behind this years primaries? Even with a daunting map, can Democrats make gains in the Senate? Subscribe to the Emerson College Polling Weekly Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher and


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