Republican Sen. Scott Brown and Democrat Elizabeth Warren remain deadlocked in the Massachusetts Senate race, with 46 percent apiece, according to a new survey by Democratic-leaning firm Public Policy Polling.
The survey of 902 registered voters was conducted from June 16-18, and has a 3.3 percent margin of error. In the previous PPP survey from March, Warren led 46 percent to 41 percent.
The poll has good news for Brown — he has a 51 percent approval rating, compared with 38 percent who disapprove of his performance. Forty-nine percent said he was more of an independent voice for Massachusetts, compared with 39 percent who see him as a partisan voice for the national Republican Party.
But Warren could also have a trump card in the presidential race — and the fact that Massachusetts will likely vote for President Obama by an overwhelming margin against Mitt Romney.
If there was a hero/heroine in the post-Trickle Down Disaster fight to re-regulate the banksters, it was Elizabeth Warren. This woman must go to the Senate.
"I'll stand up to the big corporate interests and fight for middle class families. But I can't do it alone. It's going to take strong grassroots support to defeat the corporate interests that are sure to line up against me."__Elizabeth Warren