Knock On Wood: Brown Might Not Be Behind

by Betsy Woodruff

After weeks of consistently grim numbers, the latest Boston Globe poll offers a tiny little glimmer of hope for the anti–Elizabeth Warren contingent; it has Brown up by two points, at 45-43. The poll’s margin of error is 4.1 percentage points, and puts the two in a 47–47 tie if you incorporate the answers of undecided voters who say which way they’re leaning. So it’s not quite cause for celebration, but it’s a whole lot better than the last Rasmussen poll, which had Warren up by 5. 

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