In Ohio, Fitzgerald continues his downward tumble. Though this poll was pushing the issue: voters see Fitzgerald cheating on his wife to be more of a factor than Kasich's job creation numbers. Ohio is still a net -2% since the start of the 2008 recession. This is still better than New Mexico, which is -4% since that time.
The third Gubernatorial poll today is out of Minnesota and conducted by Mason-Dixon. To draw the same comparison, Minnesota is just under +2% since the start of the 2008 recession. The only oddity about this poll is that it shows a double digit decrease in Governor Dayton's job approval over all other polls taken on this race.
Tomorrow, from Rasmussen, we will have new Senate polls from New Hampshire and Hawaii as well as new Generic Ballot numbers.