38 (34) Dayton
27 (34) Emmer
16 (13) Horner
Its not over till its over, but I hear MNGOP heads exploding already. And this tidbit was very revealing and just may be a national trend:
So what's changed?Remember, just a moment in time . . . .
"The big story in September is that the Democrats have woken up from their summer slumber," said University of Minnesota political science professor Larry Jacobs, who oversaw the poll.
"When you go back to August, you find 57 percent of Democrats who are likely to vote saying that they had only a little or really no interest in voting come November," Jacobs said. "Now we found a substantial 83 percent of Democrats saying they have a great deal or a fair amount of interest in this election."
That 83 percent enthusiasm number for Democrats matches the Republicans', meaning the GOP has lost the edge in election excitement it had enjoyed over Democrats.