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Connecticut Senate Primary: Lieberman Lagging

Lieberman (D) 41% Lamont (D) 51%

Battered by slings and arrows from fellow Democrats, Senator Joseph Lieberman now lags ten points behind the man challenging him for the Democratic nomination. The latest Rasmussen Reports poll of Connecticut’s Democratic Primary shows Ned Lamont leading Lieberman 51% to 41%. That’s a significant difference from last month when Lieberman led 46% to 40%. As the Democratic nominee, Lieberman would likely crush the Republican opponent (see our general-election story on Connecticut's Senate race). But Lieberman has been targeted by members of his own party angered by his support for the war in Iraq.

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