Incumbent Democrat Mark Begich is in a neck-and-neck battle with his two top Republican challengers Mead Treadwell and Dan Sullivan but is well ahead of Tea Party favorite Joe Miller.
Republican Congressman Tom Cotton holds a five-point lead over incumbent Democrat Mark Pryor.
It's a dead heat in Colorado with incumbent Democrat Mark Udall in an unexpectedly tight race with Republican challenger Cory Gardner.
Democratic Representative Bruce Braley has a slight lead over three of his four leading GOP challengers, Joni Ernst, Mark Jacobs and Matt Whitaker, but leads the fourth, Sam Clovis, by 10 points.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell runs dead even with Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes, but McConnell’s GOP primary rival Matt Bevin leads Grimes by four points.
Incumbent Democrat Mary Landrieu runs slightly behind Republican challenger Bill Cassidy and runs even with another potential GOP rival, Paul Hollis.
Republican Terri Lynn Land and Democrat Gary Peters are in a tight race for the seat of retiring Democratic Senator Carl Levin.
Republican Congressman Steve Daines is well ahead of Democratic interim Senator John Walsh and fellow Democrat John Bohlinger.
Incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan trails her two leading Republican challengers, state House Speaker Thom Tillis and Tea Party activist Dr. Greg Brannon.
Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen is comfortably ahead of potential Republican challenger Scott Brown and former GOP Senator Robert C. Smith.
Former Republican Governor Mike Rounds has a commanding lead over Democrat Rick Weiland in the race to succeed retiring Democratic Senator Tim Johnson.
Incumbent Democrat Mark Warner holds a double-digit lead over Republican challenger Ed Gillespie.
Republican Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito posts a comfortable lead over Democrat Natalie Tennant.
Friday, March 28, 2014
What America Thinks: The 2014 U.S. Senate Races … So Far
Thirty-six U.S. Senate seats are up for grabs this November. Twenty-one are held by Democrats and 15 by Republicans. Democrats now have a 53-to-45 majority over Republicans in the Senate, so the GOP needs to pick up six new seats to take control of the chamber. Rasmussen Reports began polling key Senate races in mid-January and will be returning to these races in the months ahead because a lot can change. But this is what America thinks so far.