Rep. Harry Teague (D) vs. Steve Pearce (R)
Teague trails Pearce, a former member of the House, by a mere four points, according to The Hill/ANGA poll. Teague received 42 percent to Pearce’s 46, with 10 percent of voters remaining undecided.
path to victory for Teague could be to tap into undecided voters — 39
percent are Democrats and 21 percent are independents. To do that,
he’ll have to overcome a traditional skepticism about one-party control
that is causing some undecided voters to say they prefer a divided
Pearce is trying to reclaim his old seat. He
was first elected in this district in 2002 but, in 2008, ran for the
Senate and lost in the general election.
The poll was conducted Sept. 28-30, consisted of 401 phone interviews among likely voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percent.
The Hill/ANGA 2010 Midterm