Latest Polls: Gubernatorial Candidates In Dead Heat As Election Day Draws Near

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The latest polling from several sources, including WBUR, shows the contest between Democrat Martha Coakley and Republican Charlie Baker in a statistical dead heat. So if you want to make a prediction about the result, flip a coin.

With less than two weeks between now and Election Day, candidates are working furiously to continue to try to draw voters in their camps. There's also vigorous campaigning for a host of other state offices and ballot questions in hopes of changing voters' minds.


Steve Koczella, president of the Mass INC Polling Group. He tweets @skoczela.

John Carroll, mass communication professor at Boston University and blogger at He tweets @johncarroll_bu.


WBUR: WBUR’s Political Analysts Discuss Latest In Mass. Governor’s Race

  • "The race for Massachusetts governor is a statistical dead heat with less than two weeks to go in the campaign."

This article was originally published on October 23, 2014.

This segment aired on October 23, 2014.


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