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From Rassmussen



* Among those who decided how they would vote in the past few days, Coakley has a slight edge, 47% to 41%.

* Coakley also has a big advantage among those who made up their mind more than a month ago. Seventy-six percent (76%) of voters for Brown said they were voting for him rather than against Coakley.

* Sixty-six percent (66%) of Coakley voters said they were voting for her rather than against Brown.

* 22% of Democrats voted for Brown. That is generally consistent with pre-election polling.


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