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Poll: In three way contest, Malloy up one point over Foley

The general election is Nov. 4
The general election is Nov. 4

HARTFORD, Conn. – A Republican polling firm found Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy up one point over Republican Tom Foley with third-party candidate Jonathan Pelto taking 3 percent of the vote.

Jonathan Pelto
Jonathan Pelto

Vox Populi Polling found that, if the election was held today, Malloy would beat Foley 35 to 34 percent with Pelto taking 3 percent of the 550 Connecticut voters surveyed. Malloy’s lead over Foley is within the 4.2 percent margin of error.

Sen. John McKinney, a Republican who is seeking the Republican nomination in the Aug. 12 primary, was not included in the poll. A fourth candidate Joseph Visconti who is also seeking to petition his way onto the November ballot was not included.

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2 responses to “Poll: In three way contest, Malloy up one point over Foley”

  1. John Hamlin

    No question Malloy will win the upcoming election. There is no longer a viable minority party in the state.

  2. Joe

    I don’t know if this is unexpected news but I just saw today that Malloy-Wyman has begun emailing people that were on the Obama’08 email list.

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