POLITICS
10/03/2011 10:47 am ET Updated Dec 03, 2011

MA-2012 Senate: 41% Brown (R), 38% Warren (D) (U Mass Lowell/Boston Herald 9/22-28)

University of Masssachusetts Lowell / Boston Herald
9/22-28/11; 1,005 registered voters, 3.8% margin of error
Asterisked items asked of half sample
Mode: Live telephone interviews
U Mass Lowell release

Massachusetts

2012 Senate: General Election
41% Brown (R), 38% E. Warren (D)
41% Brown (R), 40% Coakley (D)
*46% Brown (R), 25% Conroy (D)
*48% Brown (R), 22% DeFranco (D)
*40% Brown (R), 28% Khazei (D)
*43% Brown (R), 27% Massie (D)
*51% Brown (R), 18% Robinson (D)
*43% Brown (R), 28% S. Warren (D)
*43% Patrick (D), 36% Brown (R)
*45% Kennedy (D), 37% Brown (R)

2012 President: General Election
62% Obama (D), 25% Perry (R)
57% Obama (D), 33% Romney (R)

Favorable / Unfavorable
Scott Brown: 52 / 29
Elizabeth Warren: 30 / 18
*Setti Warren: 14 / 7
*Alan Khazei: 16 / 8
*Bob Massie: 12 / 12
*Deval Patrick: 52 / 31
*Joe Kennedy: 55 / 20
*Rick Perry: 18 / 44
*Marisa DeFranco: 7 / 9
*Herb Rosen: 9 / 11
*Thomas Conroy: 8 / 11
*Martha Coakley: 50 / 32
*Mitt Romney: 45 / 43
*Barack Obama: 61 / 34
*John Kerry: 57 / 34

Job Approval / Disapproval
Sen. Brown: 53 / 29

2012 Senate: Democratic Primary (asked of 636 potential Democratic primary voters)
36% E. Warren
5% Conroy
4% DeFranco
3% Khazei
3% Massie
3% S. Warren
1% Robinson

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