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Todd Akin In The Lead For Missouri U.S. Senate Race According To CUPVF Poll

Citizens United Political Victory Fund (CUPVF), the affiliated PAC of Citizens United, released a poll today conducted by Wenzel Strategies, showing Congressman Todd Akin in the lead against incumbent Senator Claire McCaskill in the Missouri United States Senate race. The poll was conducted via telephone survey of likely General Election voters from October 12-13, included 1,000 respondents, and has a 3.07% margin of error. Click here for polling memo. Click here for toplines.

Poll Results by Wenzel Strategies:

U.S. Senate Race
Todd Akin – 48.9%
Claire McCaskill – 44.7%
Note Sure – 6.5%


  
    

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