Warren-Brown Poll Media Coverage
Boston Globe 2/17/12
December UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll about the U.S. Senate race referenced in story about new poll.
(2/9/12) Voters may be welcoming a Kennedy comeback in U.S. Sen. Scott Brown’s backyard, but they aren’t yet extending the embrace to Brown’s Democratic re-election opponent, according to a new UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll.
(12/29/11) Scott Brown calls himself 'underdog' in U.S. Senate race, says his 'independent' record speaks for itself... While some analysts claim that Bay State voters are too intelligent to be swayed by negative ads, a recent University of Massachusetts-Lowell/Boston Herald poll found the ads have impacted the perception of both candidates.
(12/29/11) In a recent University of Massachusetts at Lowell/Boston Herald survey of Massachusetts voters, Ms. Warren was leading Mr. Brown, 49 to 42 percent.
(12/28/11) U.S. Senate poll on Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren conducted by UMass Lowell and the Boston Herald mentioned in story.
Washington Post: Outside Groups Unleash Barrage of TV attack Ads in Massachusetts Senate Race
(12/26/11) The early wave of attack ads has hurt both candidates, a recent University of Massachusetts Lowell/Boston Herald poll found.
(12/26/11) Poll found early wave of attack ads has hurt both candidates.
(12/20/11) UMass Lowell poll on Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren mentioned in story.
(12/15/11) Joan Vennochi's column references the Center for Public Opinion's latest poll pitting Sen. Brown against Elizabeth Warren.
(12/14/11) Center for Public Opinion poll for the senator race is mentioned.
(12/10/11) Two new polls show the GOP freshman trailing Elizabeth Warren, a Harvard law professor who helped establish the CFPB and is expected to be the Democratic nominee. A UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll has her up by seven points.
(12/9/11) A Karl Rove-backed group unleashed a second attack ad against Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren on the day a UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll showed Warren leading over Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Scott Brown.
(12/8/11) Political story mentions new UMass Lowell-Boston Herald poll on U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts.
(12/8/11) New UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll mentioned in political blog.
(12/8/11) On the day when the Senate blocked the nomination of former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the woman who was largely behind the new agency’s existence had a reason to smile, thanks to the new UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll results.
(12/8/11) Democrat Elizabeth Warren has opened up a lead against Republican incumbent Scott Brown for the first time in their U.S. Senate showdown, but a barrage of attack ads appears to have damaged Warren and Brown’s standing among Massachusetts voters, a new UMass Lowell/Boston Herald poll shows.
NECN: Warren's Early Poll Numbers Impressive
(10/3/11) Political analyst Michael Mokrzycki of UMass Lowell talks about what the early poll numbers mean for Elizabeth Warren, who's far ahead of the other candidates in the Democratic quest to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown in 2012.
NECN: Braude Beat
(10/3/11) Jim Braude talks about Elizabeth Warren's UMass Lowell poll numbers as part of his show.
Boston Herald: UMass-Lowell/Herald Poll: Elizabeth Warren, Scott Brown in Dead Heat
(10/3/11) Democrat Elizabeth Warren’s meteoric ascent in Massachusetts politics has landed her in a virtual dead heat with Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, while two Democrats who passed on the race — Gov. Deval Patrick and former U.S. Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II — could pose even bigger threats to the GOP incumbent, a new UMass-Lowell/Boston Herald poll shows.