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Despite bowing to White house pressure to endorse her former Democratic opponent, a Siena poll is showing that most of Dede Scozzafava’s have shifted toward Conservative Candidate Doug Hoffman. The latest numbers show a six point leap for the conservative candidate, while the Democratic party’s Owens has remained the same.

”Hoffman continues to demonstrate momentum, picking up six points since Scozzafava pulled out,” said Siena pollster Steven Greenberg. “It appears, however, that the majority of Scozzafava’s supporters have gone to neither Hoffman nor Owens, but rather into the undecided column, which has doubled since Scozzafava ended her candidacy.” 

“Hoffman has increased his lead among Republicans, while Owens maintains his lead among Democrats and has now taken the lead with independent voters,” Greenberg said. “Owens kept his lead in the northeastern

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Even more impressive is the fact that Hoffman’s favorability spiked up from a net positive four points to a now net positive 14 points – 47-33 percent.

  “Owens’ favorability dropped slightly from a net positive four points to a net negative one point.
“Vice President Joe Biden comes to the 23rd CD today with a 41-37 percent favorability rating, although he is strong, 64-18 percent, with Democrats,” Greenberg said.

“With nearly one in five voters undecided the day before Election Day and voters still trying to comprehend the dramatic withdrawal of Scozzafava, and her subsequent endorsement of Owens, this is still a wide open race.” 

Folks it “aint over.” Election day is tomorrow and the key will be turnout. Which ever campaign succeeds in convincing the undecided voters and then getting them to the polls tomorrow, will likely win. Hopefully that will be Doug Hoffman.

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