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Brown Looks Likely to be Reelected


Sen. Scott Brown (R., Mass.) would capture 51 percent of the vote in the Senate race if the election were held today, according to a poll of registered voters released today by the Western New England College Polling Institute.

The poll compared Brown to two possible Democratic Senate candidates: Democratic congressman Mike Capuano and Obama adviser Elizabeth Warren, and found that the two of them would respectively receive 38 percent and 34 percent of the vote.

The poll also found that Brown has a 53 percent favorability rating, with 27 percent viewing him unfavorably.


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