Kansas is actually fairly close to other polling. So is North Carolina. Kansas is the only poll thus-far to give Roberts a lead. Also, since the KS Supreme Court will very likely have Taylor's name removed from the ballot: Fox's numbers without Taylor are in step with other polling.
The Iowa poll is also falls quite close to other recent polling on this race. This poll pretty much confirms that there was something off with the Quinnipiac sample in Iowa.
Surprised that they did not have have polling from Colorado, New Hampshire, Kentucky, Georgia, Michigan, or Minnesota.
In this update is a new Arkansas poll for the Senate and Governor. This is the second poll now to show Walker with a lead over Parnell. This is a poll that was done on behalf of the AFL-CIO by the Hayes Research Group. Keep in mind that they (as well as basically everyone else) overestimated Begich in 2008. (Link) So who knows if the polling this cycle will be any better than it was in 2008. It will probably end up being better, if for no other reason, because there isn't a legal battle involving either of the two candidates.