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In a poll conducted Oct. 31-Nov. 3, 2012 by UMass Lowell and the Boston Herald, of 956 registered voters, including 800 likely voters in Massachusetts, results showed Republican Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren are locked in an extremely tight race for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, with Brown at a one point numerical advantage among likely voters in our poll. Brown now leads by 49%-48% among Mass. likely voters. Warren leads 49%-47% among Mass. registered voters.

TV and Radio

CNN: Polls: Tight Race in Massachusetts Senate Race

NECN: Elizabeth Warren Criss-Crosses Mass., Makes Final Pitch to Voters 

NECN: Poll: Mass. Senate Race Nearly Deadlocked

CBS Boston: New Poll Shows Brown, Warren In Dead Heat In Final Day Of Senate Race 

WFXT: New Polls Show Brown, Warren in Virtual Dead Heat 

WCVB: Senate Candidates on Final Swing Through Mass. 

WLNE (Providence): Poll: Brown, Warren Very Close in US Senate Race 

WBUR: Poll: Brown, Warren Very Close In U.S. Senate Race 

WCAP: UMass Lowell Professor Frank Talty Talks About the Polling in Tomorrow’s Election

Print Media

Washington Post: UMass Poll Breaks Elizabeth Warren’s Streak

Boston Herald: UMass Lowell/Herald Poll: Senate Race Deadlocked 

Boston Herald: Middle-Class Vote Nearly Split Between Candidates

Boston Globe: Poll: Brown, Warren Very Close in US Senate Race

Boston Globe: Two New Polls Show Brown, Warren in Tight Race Down to the Wire

Lowell Sun: Bellwether Towns Toll for Warren, Says Survey

Lowell Sun: Record 3.2 Million Could Vote Today 

Eagle-Tribune: UMass Lowell Poll Shows Brown Leads by 1 Point Among Likely Voters in Race for U.S. Senate 

Lowell Sun: Brown, Warren Too Close to Call 

Sentinel & Enterprise: Poll: Brown, Warren Race a Toss-Up

Telegram & Gazette: Poll: Brown, Warren Very Close 

Albany Times-Union: Poll: Brown, Warren Very Close in US Senate Race 

Springfield Republican: Boston Herald Poll: Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren in Dead Heat