By Joshua Miller, Roll Call
Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R) led presumptive Democratic nominee Elizabeth Warren by 9 points in a new poll of registered voters. Forty-nine percent of those surveyed said they would vote for Brown, while 40 percent said they would vote for Warren. Nine percent were undecided.
Among independents, a voting bloc likely to decide the tossup contest, Brown led Warren 60 percent to 28 percent.
Fifty-two percent of those polled had a favorable opinion of Brown while 28 percent had an unfavorable impression of him; 17 percent had heard of him but were undecided. Thirty-five percent of those polled had a favorable view of Warren, while 28 percent had an unfavorable impression of her; 24 percent had heard of her but were undecided.
The Suffolk University/7 News poll was conducted Feb. 11-15 using live telephone interviews to landlines and cellphones. The poll surveyed 600 Bay State registered voters. The margin of error was 4 points.
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