Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Barney Frank (D-MA), Up for Re-Election 2010, Opponent Sean Bielat (R) Releases Internal Poll – Frank Below 50% - Bielat Within 10
Barney Frank Under 50! - Image The Daily Bail
Breaking: Sean Bielat, the Republican opponent seeking the Massachusetts 4th District Congressional Seat currently held by Democrat Barney Frank, released internal poll results today. The poll, conducted by On Message, Inc. shows Frank with a 48% approval rating, compared to Sean Bielat at 38%. The poll, taken immediately after the September 14th primaries, indicates Frank is in deep trouble in the 4th District. Additionally, undecided’s were at 13%, which, if history repeats itself (as it is prone to do) Bielat is in better shape with more time at this point, than Scott Brown in his quest for the Peoples Senate Seat back in December of 2009. A release by the Bielat campaignindicated the poll sample of 400 likely voters had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 %.
Barney Frank’s campaign may have had the same or possibly worse results with their internal polling data - Former President, Bill Clinton is on his way to Massachusetts to stump for Barney in a rally to take place at Taunton High School, this week. ( according to an AC report for Yahoo News (listed under the travel section! There is a counter-rally planned.
To learn more about Sean Bielat visit Sean Bielat.org Should Rasmussen care to jump in anytime within the next two weeks, one should find that the numbers should be within the margin of error (given what took place with polling in the January 19th, special election).