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The Power of Messages to Close the Vote
Wednesday, October 20 2010

Tags: Democrats | house | national | Republican Party | tracking

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Download this file (dcor101810fq12.pdf)Frequency Questionnaire[ ]61 Kb
Download this file (dcorpstracker10182010.pdf)October Tracking Presentation[ ]164 Kb

The positive movement for Democrats in the congressional vote tracking has fallen back this week. Republicans hold a 5-point lead at 50 to 45 percent after a month of Democratic gains with the race narrowing to a 2-point margin last week, but importantly, the survey continues to show the ability to get heard and make things closer; indeed, even  at 48 to 47 percent after hearing the message battle. Campaigns can still matter.