Critical Insights also shows LePage ahead, with Cutler and Mitchell fighting for second place.
Public Policy Polling has confirmed that Paul LePage has a big lead in the gubernatorial race.
In the next four years, we have the opportunity to position Maine for real growth for the first time in generations; politics as usual and predictable rhetoric won’t cut it; what seems like perpetual structural budget deficits and an unpredictable and unfriendly business climate leaves no room for the status quo. Maine demands a pragmatic […]
Rob Tornoe’s latest cartoon, on Eliot Cutler crying foul about negative attacks against him. Boo-hoo.
Rasmussen has released the numbers from their latest Maine gubernatorial poll. This snapshot shows a brightening view for a Paul LePage win, growing support for Eliot Cutler, and shrinking numbers for Libby Mitchell. The poll showed 40% for LePage, 26% for Mitchell, 26% for Cutler, 4% other, and 5% undecided. Shawn Moody and Kevin Scott […]
At last night’s Maine Gubernatorial debate the hypocrisy of Senator Libby Mitchell and the Maine Democrats was in full display. By now, everyone has probably seen or heard of the photo of Libby Mitchell posing with a letter of commendation from former President Bush at a cocktail party. The only problem is that there was […]
The results of the Pine Tree Politics / Maine Center for Public Opinion gubernatorial survey are in, and they show a competitive race at the top. Republican Paul LePage is showing a lead of roughly a percentage point over Libby Mitchell, confirming that the race has tightened significantly over the last month. Additionally, Independent candidate […]
Pine Tree Politics has partnered with the Maine Center for Public Opinion to commission a survey of Maine voters on who they intend to vote for in the upcoming November elections. The poll was done with live interviewers over the course of four days (October 4 through October 7), and sampled 679 likely voters. Respondents […]
On the night of any election, observers always want to know how the contest is swinging early. One of the best ways to get a sense how the night is turning out for the prospective candidates is to look at the “swing towns” – Maine’s own gubernatorial bellwethers. In the past 20 years – that […]
We’ve had a couple rather interesting poll results lately – results that bring up a lot more questions than they answer. After Paul LePage lead the race for Maine governor for the entirety of the summer by anywhere from 8 to 18 points, we have seen two successive polls show the race tightening. But both […]