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Zogby poll shows race too close to call

The new Zogby/Reuters poll shows Bachmann 46, Wetterling 43 and 10% undecided with a +/- 4.5% margin of error.

It appears that Binkowski either was not included, or drew less than 1% in the poll.

I couldn't find the crosstabs, but here is the methodology.

This shows the race is still too close to call. In my opinion, this poll shows a more reasonable number of undecided voters than the other polls that have been released.

The poll period overlapped the Foley scandal by a few days, and would not have included the new Wetterling ad. It remains to be seen what effect that will have on the race.