Democratic firm Public Policy Polling surveys Massachusetts voters and finds a tie:
PPP’s newest poll on the Massachusetts Senate race finds it dead even, with Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown both at 46%. Warren’s now been at that exact same 46% mark in three PPP polls in a row dating back to last September. Brown’s increased his support from levels of 41% and 44% on those previous two polls.
Brown’s running even in the heavily Democratic state for two main reasons. One is that strong standing with independents- he leads 57-33 with them, up from 48-36 three months ago. And he’s also getting a good amount of crossover support, with 18% of Democrats voting for him compared to 9% of Republicans who are supporting Warren.