Obama – 52%
McCain – 35%
Connecticut is usually a pretty faithfully blue state, so the sole reason I post this is Obama only lead McCain by 3 points last month.
In Connecticut, Obama has a solid 58% to 30% lead among women, but just a five point advantage among men.
Among voters not affiliated with either major political party, Obama leads 44% to 37%.
And on likability…
The Democratic nominee is viewed favorably by 62% of Connecticut voters, up from 54% last month. He is viewed unfavorably by 43%.
McCainâ€™s numbers are 54% favorable and 43% unfavorable, which have remained unchanged since the last poll.
Unless these numbers get significantly closer, I probably won’t be posting anything else on the Nutmeg State.
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