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Anonymous

She could be riding the Michigan economy, which couldnt be worse. She probably gets re-elected on President Obamas coattails or loses on them.

Eric

The fact that Harry Reid survived worse numbers in Nevada has given far too much confidence to Dems that their embattled incumbents can make a similair comeback, but Stabenow is no Harry Reid, first and foremost she wont scare anyone out of the race like Reid did with Heller, this matches with #2 that she doesnt have anywhere near the cash or campaign credibility to do to the Republican nominee what Reid did to Angle (with her help of course). Im not saying you should stick a fork in her, but in what is shaping up to be very tough year for Dems they needed Stabenow to have Klobuchar type numbers not McCaskill type numbers.

Dustin Ingalls

What are the approvals of the republican potential challengers?Can you click on the link for the full results?

Anonymous

What are the approvals of the republican potential challengers?

Anonymous

Stabenow seems in the good numbers for win. I think no-one house incumbet will be enough courageous for run against her, and this poll is pretty bad for Engler.I would be interested in Stabenow vs Snyder results too, but it seems you have not.

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