Democratic Primary (MoE 4.5%)
General Election Matchups
Coleman (R) 40
Franken (D) 43.2
But before you Franken fans get too hopeful, Kos points out that the poll may be skewed:
In 2004, the Minnesota party ID breakdown was D-38, R-35, and I-27. For this poll, it's D-52, R-34, and I-14. Of course, after the last two years, Democratic identification is up, so that might have something to do with it. But just a cautionary note in what otherwise is a great result for Franken.
To which I can only add: Go Al! Grrr!