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Jesse

For MA
Do you agree or disagree with the decision to fire Bobby Valentine?

GW

Ask about some downballot races in Montana:

Secretary of State - Linda McCulloch vs Brad Johnson
Auditor - Monica Lindeen vs Derek Skees
Attorney General - Pam Bucy vs Tim Fox

David Perdue

Does unemployment going under 8% improve your view of the state of the economy?

Phil

Montana - Please test SoS, AG, Auditor, Superintendent.

Mass. - Bobby Valentine's approval rating.

Jeff

For Massachusetts, a hypothetical rematch between Shannon O'Brien and Mitt Romney would be interesting. So would a Coakley- Brown rematch to see both how perceptions of both have changed, and if voters are more partisan now than they were in 2010.

Ssupak

Including Johnson in the MT poll?

Kyle

MA: Does Scott Brown being linked to Mitch McConnell hurt his reputation in your mind?

MadInMontana

Yes! Please ask about the AG race in Montana!

Carlos Columbia

Ask about MA-6. The incumbent Dem (Tierney) battling moderate and openly gay Republican (Tisei) is turning out to be one of the more interesting House races in the country.

Robert

I agree with Carlos - ask about MA-6, would be huge to get a Mass Republican in the House

Mike McDonald

Of course, in Montana (where I am writing from) the senatorial race is closely watched by interest groups and political party operatives nationwide. Polling should focus on this race, gubernatorial, House of Representatives candidates, and other less known statewide races. I am curious to see how much or how little voters know about who is even running in these races, let alone the positions of each candidate (perhaps asking voters to link a certain position with each candidate). I would also be interested in seeing which types of voters (gun rights advocates, those most concerned with women's issues, sportsmen/fishermen, individuals associated highly with the business community, etc.) are leaning towards specific candidates in multiple races statewide.

Mike

Please, Montana statewide offices.

Matt

Like to see how Warren is faring with rural voters in MA. On 10/17/11 she said she wanted to win the "hick vote" but she has really not spent any time campaigning in the 9.4% of Massachusetts that is rural.

SJS

Ask about the Montana SOS race. It's a 2008 rematch that was decided by 1% last time. Linda McCulloch vs. Brad Johnson.

Also ask about the Montana AG race. This is interesting and perhaps the only other down-ballot race where Republicans might flip control. Tim Fox vs. Pam Bucy.

Sophie

It would be really nice if you could do some of the lesser polled Senate races. North Dakota in particular is in need of a good polling.

Timothy Capwell

Massachusetts: Do you blame John Kerry for Barack's poor debate prepartion?

MO

Poll Gary Johnson in both states.

Robert_1987

Ask about gay marriage in both states

GreenDayz

When will you poll South Carolina?

GH

Please ask about Montana's Senatorial race. :)

Lucas

Obviously in Montana Johnson is a must to include

Thomas

If John Kerry gets appointed Secretary of State and Elizabeth Warren loses (a very likely scenario) then Scott Brown will likely run for the Senate again in 2014. Test him against Deval Patrick, or Mike Caupano, or Joseph P. Kennedy III !

Thomas

I meant to say if Elizabeth Warren wins, not loses.

John

Montana AG race, please!

Emilio

Please do polls for all three ballot initiatives in Massachusetts-Right to Repair, assisted suicide & medical marijuana.

Sam from MA

For Massachusetts, ask which candidate is better on the economy. Ask what voters thought of Brown's "I'm not a student in your classroom" debate answer.

For Montana, ask for a presidential 2016 race between Romney as hypothetical incumbent and Schweitzer as challenger. That one would be quite interesting for political junkie types.

Bob

Montana attorney general race.

grberry

MA has 3 initiatives, I think that #2 (drug euthenasia) and #3 (medical marijuana) might be interesting.

Susan

MA: Is control of the senate a factor in your support of your candidate (Brown/Warren)? Also, please survey the Kennedy/Beilat race.

P Cliff

Please include Gary Johnson in the polling for the position of president.

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