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Saturday, November 4

Sen: Brown (D) Up By 12 Points in Rasmussen Poll

New polling from Rasmussen puts this race away:

53% Brown (D)
41% DeWine (R)

From the polling analysis at Rasmussen:
The distance between the candidates vying to represent Ohio in the United States Senate is widening. The most recent Rasmussen Reports election survey shows Democrat Sherrod Brown taking firmer control of the race with a 53% to 41% lead over incumbent U.S. Sen. Mike DeWine.

When leaners are taken into account, Brown leads 54% to 43% (see crosstabs).

The momentum at this crucial late stage of the race clearly belongs to Brown. His numbers have taken a seven-point jump since the last poll conducted in mid-October while DeWine’s remain unchanged.

Rasmussen Reports is shifting this race from “Leans Democrat” to “Democrat” in our Senate Balance of Power summary

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