Sestak Closing on Specter
The Rasmussen survey of 374 likely primary voters, released Wednesday evening, found Specter garnering 51 percent of the vote from his new party, compared to 32 percent for Sestak. Four percent of respondents said they would back someone else, and 13 percent were undecided.
Sestak trails Specter by 19 percentage points, but this is an improvement over an earlier Quinnipiac poll that had him 30 points down. Rasmussen notes that as more voters learn about Sestak, the higher his polling. Arlen may be in trouble if that is the case.
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