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New WFSB/CT Insider poll shows Blumenthal leading Senate race

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A new exclusive poll showed that likely Connecticut voters favored Democratic U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal over his Republican challenger, Leora Levy. Blumenthal was up 53 percent to Levy's 40 percent ahead of the Nov. 8 general election. The Western New England University Polling Institute conducted a telephone and online survey between Sept. 15 and Sept 21.
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New WFSB/CT Insider poll shows Blumenthal leading Senate race

A new exclusive poll showed that likely Connecticut voters favored Democratic U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal over his Republican challenger, Leora Levy.

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CT Insider-WFSB poll: Blumenthal has double-digit lead over Trump-endorsed Leora Levy in Senate race

The new CT Insider-WFSB Poll shows Democratic U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal with 13-point leader over Republican Trump-endorsed newcomer Leora Levy

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Blumenthal leads Leora Levy by 13 points, poll of CT voters shows

Ryan Caron King / Connecticut Public Radio2022 Election PollingOverlapping polls of likely Connecticut voters found U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a two-term Democrat, with double-digit leads over his Republican challenger, Leora Levy.Blumenthal had a 13-point lead in a Western New England University poll released Wednesday, compared to the 17-point advantage found in a Quinnipiac University poll released last week.The dynamics were similar in bo…

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Hearst Connecticut/WFSB poll has Blumenthal up by 13 points

Overlapping polls of likely Connecticut voters found U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a two-term Democrat, with double-digit leads over his Republican challenger, Leora Levy.

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