IT WAS a juxtaposition that demonstrates the way things are changing in Boston.
A new poll released this morning by WBUR found Democratic US Representative Edward J. Markey leading Republican Gabriel E. Gomez by eight points among likely voters in their race for the US Senate.
Democratic Congressman Ed Markey holds a lead over Republican political newcomer Gabriel Gomez in the Massachusetts U.S. Senate race, though a newly released pair of polls differ on how wide his margin is.
On the heels of a poll showing Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA) with a sizable advantage in the U.S. Senate special election in Massachusetts, a survey out Thursday morning showed the Democrat with a smaller edge.
There's nothing new about talking to a pollster about his latest numbers in a hot political race - but talking to two pollsters with results that differ is.
Results of the fourth poll in the U.S. Senate race were released Thursday morning and showed Congressman Edward Markey with a six-point lead over Republican Gabriel Gomez.
A new poll released Thursday shows Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) holding just a six-point lead over Republican nominee Gabriel Gomez in the Massachusetts U.S. Senate race, suggesting the highly scrutinized special election may remain a close race.