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Brand new fox polling.
On some key senate races and these are the ones to watch Larry -- as -- -- of the center for politics.
At the University of Virginia runs his own website crystal ball -- don't professor and battleground Ohio economic issues are huge and right now the Republican Rob Portman.
It's crushing Lee Fisher by thirteen points.
50% to 37%.
A state in 2008 and 2006 went overwhelmingly.
For Democrats what gives Larry.
It's a swing state it tells you which way this election is moving nationally.
Bill privately even Democrats admit that this race is probably over.
Democrats are not going to be spending a lot of money that national Democrats at least four Fisher I think Portland will win pretty -- Well 54%.
Of Ohio wins disapprove.
Of the performance of Barack Obama's got a lot to do with a two Wisconsin quickly now Russ Feingold is not catching a Republican Ron Johnson.
Finals been in the senate for years what happens there professor.
This is one of the great shocks.
Of the general election.
I don't think when this cycle began many people thought that Feingold was vulnerable he's obviously very vulnerable this is the fourth hole that I've seen.
With Russ Feingold.
Losing beyond the margin of -- so Ron Johnson who is a Tea Party candidate who is a self funder.
Is catching a Republican waited in Wisconsin and it is a way -- -- popularity is low there.
And the incumbent democratic governor Jim Doyle is very unpopular and I think that's having an effect as well.
Washington State this wasn't even a race six months ago.
And yet you've got Dino Rossi head to head with Patty Murray.
And the Pacific northwest Carl Cameron was reporting on that just yesterday state of Illinois this is the former seat of President Obama.
In the state of Illinois this of one Republicans would love to win but -- Julian alias.
And Mark Kirk are dead even.
To 40% the Republican a slight edge there but this one too close to call.
All well look at that percentage for the green candidate that tells you something right they're 7%.
For the green candidate I've seen other polls.
In the low double digits for the green candidate essentially the green candidate I think it's absorbing.
Some of the votes.
People who don't like either candidate but it's disproportionately hurting the Democrat -- more to note here in Colorado Mike -- the Democrat.
And he's face to face with Ken Buck to Republican bunkers up four points and our polling.
You know bill that's of purple state it's -- red or blue it's competitive.
That's a pretty good indicator as well Ken Buck who also -- a Tea Party candidate.
Is waiting narrowly in that senate contest and again I've seen multiple polls that reflect what.
Your new poll suggesting so we're giving him a slight edge for that senate -- -- website again is.
Center for politics dot org click on the crystal ball got to.
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