Tag Archives: Public Policy Polling

In newest poll, Collins leads Bellows, even among Democrats

Yesterday’s gubernatorial survey results from Public Policy Polling didn’t shed much new light on next year’s three-way race. But PPP always releases its findings in two-day pairs, and today’s data dump is much more interesting.  According to the left-leaning polling house, Republican U.S. Sen. Susan Collins has a 14-point lead over her 2014 opponent Shenna […]

LePage, Cutler campaigns say new polling data biased toward Michaud

New data from Public Policy Polling show Democrat Mike Michaud and Gov. Paul LePage within two percentage points of each other in the Maine gubernatorial election next year, 38 percent and 36 percent, respectively, while independent Eliot Cutler trails with 15 percent support. Ten percent were undecided. The polling firm, which the LePage and Cutler […]

PPP Round 2: Collins still ironclad; 54 percent of GOP primary voters support impeaching Obama

Public Policy Polling released their second batch of results after polling in Maine over the weekend, this time focusing on U.S. Sen. Susan Collins and the hard-core of Maine’s Republican Party. I’m not going to go into the same extensive analysis as yesterday (wouldn’t want you all to get poll fatigue this early in the […]

PPP: Michaud leads LePage, Cutler in 2014 Blaine House Race

A poll conducted over the weekend by Raleigh, N.C., firm Public Policy Polling shows Democratic Rep. Mike Michaud leading the 2014 gubernatorial race by about 4 points. Michaud polled at 39 percent, edging current Republican Gov. Paul LePage, who polled at 35 percent, and independent candidate Eliot Cutler, who polled at 18 percent. Cutler has […]