In Minnesota, incumbent Dayton is well positioned to win reelection. Both Democratic candidates in Minnesota have higher approval ratings in the state than those of the President. Really difficult to see a path for victory for either GOP candidate (McFadden or Johnson) in either race this year. That all being said, neither Democrat will achieve Klobuchar 2012 numbers. She won by 34.6%. On a side note: Klobuchar has said that she is not interested in the Attorney General position. She is considered to be a possible 2016 VP contender or 2018 Gubernatorial candidate. If either of those events happen, it could set up an interesting open seat race in Minnesota. Both parties have fairly deep benches in the state.
Tomorrow we will have new Marist polls from NC, IA and KS. We will also have new numbers from YouGov. YouGov has had the strangest results in some states this year. Expect to see odd results in Kansas (likely showing both Republicans up) and Louisiana showing Cassidy up double digits. YouGov's problem with minorities (especially Hispanics) explain mostly of their odd results, though it really doesn't help figure out what their problem is with Kansas.
At some point today, we will have a new Gravis poll from Wisconsin (presumably paid for again by the same conservative client). Tomorrow we will have an unexciting poll from Rasmussen on the Texas Senate race, and on Monday they will give us their weekly Generic numbers and the Georgia Governor numbers. On Tuesday we will have new polls from PPP in Georgia and Connecticut. I am probably missing some upcomming polls here, but needless to say there will be quite a few between now and Tuesday.