American Research Group poll, Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley, MA Senate race, January 15, 2010, Brown 94% Republicans, Coakley 71% Democrats

From American Research Group, January 15, 2010. Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley in the MA Senate race 48% to 45%.

“January 15, 2010 – Massachusetts US Senate

Massachusetts US Senate
1/14/2010 Brown Coakley Kennedy Undecided
Likely voters 48% 45% 2% 5%
Democrats (44%) 20% 71% 1% 8%
Republicans (20%) 94% 1% 5%
Other (36%)
58% 37% 4% 1%
Men (47%) 54% 39% 2% 5%
Women (53%) 44% 50% 2% 4%
18-49 (43%) 52% 42% 2% 4%
50 plus (57%) 46% 47% 1% 6%

Republican Scott Brown leads Democrat Martha Coakley 48% to 45% in the special Massachusetts US Senate race to replace Senator Ted Kennedy in a telephone survey conducted January 12-14 among 600 likely voters in Massachusetts saying they will definitely vote in the special election on January 19. 

Brown leads Coakley 94% to 1% among registered Republicans and he leads 58% to 37% among unenrolled voters. Coakley leads Brown 71% to 20% among registered Democrats. A total of 8% of Democrats and 5% of Republicans remain undecided.

Brown leads 54% to 39% among men while Coakley leads 50% to 44% among women.

Brown leads 52% to 42% among likely voters age 18 to 49 and Coakley leads 47% to 46% among voters 50 and older.

A total of 9% of likely voters say they have already voted by absentee ballot, with Brown leading Coakley 58% to 42%.”

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17 responses to “American Research Group poll, Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley, MA Senate race, January 15, 2010, Brown 94% Republicans, Coakley 71% Democrats

  1. Good morning. I just added this poll to your last post. Excellent news about absentee votes breaking 58 to 42 – Brown on top. Keeping my fingers crossed. Zach

  2. Good morning.
    Thanks Zach

  3. Steve/Barry is in church this morning! ??? Did not see MO and girls!

  4. Good morning Zach!

  5. You know the reason why Steve/Barry put Clinton and Bush in charge of Haiti is he can now blame them as things go wrong!

  6. SueK-patriots MA
    Boston MA weather for Tuesday
    38°F | 29°F Partly Sunny
    Looks like you guys have half-way decent weather for election day.
    Good signs for MA: Scott Brown ran out of signs, people making homemade. People out in the streets for Scott, despite the weather. SEIU folks wearing their T-shirts while holding Scott Brown signs. The most committed folks for Scott that anyone has seen lately, and it is not summertime.
    What an exciting race you 1776 (2) folks are having and thank you for sharing.
    I think in every election from here on in the words will be: Fiscal Responsibility.
    Most Americans do NOT like wasteful spending or patronage deals, I can’t stand the way Obama and minions throw the peoples money around, where did they get the idea it’s their money?

  7. Good Morning twe. I’m off to walk the dog. We have a winter storm coming in tonight. Sleet, freezing rain, snow – 7 or so inches. Have a great day! Zach

  8. Ginger @ 11:32 am
    What Bush/Clinton are saying cash right now is the most dire need. There are now and have been for years, many church based, unaffiliated groups doing all kinds of different types of work. Any cash raised not only by their organization but the world will be distributed throughout these organizations that are already on the ground. Once our military can get some more runways in, ships can dock-the rebuilding efforts can begin. One thing I would not do, is rebuild the capital on or near the fault line.
    Floresta Seeks $220,000 to Restore Haitian Farms Ruined by Storms.
    Publication: Business Wire
    Date: Thursday, September 18 2008
    You are viewing page 1
    * Aid targeted at preventing further devastation with careful planting
    * First $56,000 in donations to be matched by anonymous donor
    SAN DIEGO — In an effort to break Haiti’s cycle of hurricane disaster by focusing on reforestation, the San Diego-based global charity Floresta
    has put out a call for immediate aid to farmers who face utter devastation from several recent storms.
    Floresta has planted nearly 250,000 trees in Haiti over the past 10 years, helping thousands of the world’s poorest people stop the erosion and deforestation that is a leading cause of poverty.

  9. Off Topic, but my brother found this job opening on Craigslist. What the heck? This doesn’t sound too good to me. Any thoughts?

  10. NancyDrew @ 11:50 am
    Sounds like an interesting job for Hannah and James to find out what this is all about. It looked very weird to me.

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  12. I think Obama gave most of America a choice “My way or the highway”. I decided the highway is the better choice.

  13. SueK: Is this true or is it just a scare?

    Up To A Foot of Snow in Store for Parts of Massachusetts by Monday.

  14. Ms. Helga, and other persons who posted the “Massachusetts Miracle” YouTube video on thi web site, thank you for posting this powerful video!!

    ALL PEOPLE, Please be certain to go to “The Betrayal Blog” at:

    today and read the entries for Saturday and Sunday (today) there.

    Please Watch The Videos And Read The Written Information There.

    There is a lot of Excellent & Very Informative information there.


    Martha Coakley should be disbarred for malfeasance of her duties as Attorney General!!

  15. I don’t see how anyone could like Coakley, especially the older people who will get affected by their cut in medicare with her vote for this evil health care debacle. How could anyone want to vote for someone as unfeeling as Coakley? I think it was a total turn off when she was just gawking at that reporter who was pushed to the ground. I am really hoping that Scott Brown can pull off a win against that nasty woman.

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