Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts holds a significant 30-point lead in her bid for re-election this year, a new poll shows.
The survey of 504 registered voters conducted last weekend by WBUR, Boston's NPR radio station, found:
- 53 percent have a favorable view of Warren.
- 61 percent of women have a favorable view of Warren.
- If the election were today, Warren would easily win.
- Most have never heard of the Republicans vying to run against Warren, which include state Rep. Geoff Diehl, former Mitt Romney aide Beth Lindstrom and investment manager John Kingston.
"I think the main feature is really that people aren't paying a lot of attention to her Republican opponents," said Steve Koczela, president of the MassINC Polling Group, which conducted the survey for WBUR.
"And that her leads remain quite significant, even four months after we last polled this race."
Warren, one of the most outspoken Democrats on Capitol Hill, was first elected in 2012.
The WBUR poll has a margin of error of 4.4 percent.
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