Stefanowski Edges Lamont In SHU/Hearst Poll

From CT Post:

Republican Bob Stefanowski has inched ahead of Democrat Ned Lamont by 2.4 percentage points in the governor’s race, which remains a statistical tie heading into the final weekend before Election Day, the latest Hearst Connecticut Media Group/Sacred Heart University Poll finds.

The poll, which will be released publicly late Thursday, shows that Stefanowski is now up 40 percent to Lamont’s 37.6 percent, with unaffiliated candidate Oz Griebel of Hartford at 9 percent. Just over 12 percent of those surveyed remain undecided. Stefanowski gained a 5.8 percentage point swing over two weeks, the poll finds.

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  1. Final and real “poll” in 4 days. I’ve always felt that SHU polling was made to keep “Neutron Jack” Welch happy. Jack Welch;former CEO of GE,contributor of millions of dollars to SHU and funded the Jack Welch College of Business @SHU.

  2. 9 point swing in less than a day? Something tells me the result depends in who is being called and who is calling. This gives me no confidence in either poll over the kast 24 hours.

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