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Liz Warren not looking super-popular in Massachusetts these days

Is Sen. Elizabeth Warren in a spot of political bother back home in Massachusetts? A series of recent polls seems to indicate “yes”; though the reason why that may be so is not entirely clear. A University of Massachusetts survey apparently out this week shows what Business Insider’s Josh Barro terms “weirdly soft numbers for Warren” in hypothetical matchups against some well-known Republican figures in | Read More » The post Liz Warren not looking super-popular in Massachusetts these days appeared first on RedState.
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