WASHINGTON — A Public Policy Polling survery gives Franken a 51 percent approval rating.
WASHINGTON — The poll gives Graves a two-point lead, well within its margin of error.
Out of nowhere, the Voter I.D. amendment has become a nail-biter.
With a new poll showing the president back in a comfortable lead in Minnesota and the marriage amendment a nail-biter, the details behind the numbers.
The Star Tribune’s new Minnesota Poll shows Minnesota in play with Obama leading Romney 47-44 percent.
In a race even dueling operatives say is within a couple of points, a plus-7 Nolan result raises eyebrows.
Though both polls shows the marriage amendment in the lead, one cheered foes and the other didn’t. Why the difference?
Though it’s only one poll, on a tricky-to-poll topic, KSTP/SurveyUSA’s 52-37 percent majority for the marriage amendment was a startler.