Massachusetts Senate Poll: Two more polls show Brown has 10 point lead over Coakley

The Inside Medford Poll has Brown at 50.8%, Coakley at 41.2%,, Kennedy at 1.8%, and Not Sure at 6.2%.

The PJM/CrossTarget Poll has "Brown leading his Democratic opponent by 9.6% (51.9% to 42.3% with 5.7% undecided)."

My guess yesterday of a 10 percentage point win by Brown might prove to be conservative.

UPDATE: American Research Group has Brown at 52% and Coakley at 45%.

InsiderAdvantage poll conducted for POLITICO found 52.2% for Brown and 43.1% for Coakley. The poll was conducted on people just Sunday night.

The leftwing Daily Kos/Research 2000 Massachusetts Poll has the race tied at 48 percent each for Brown and Coakley.

UPDATE2: Including yesterday's PPI poll, these six polls imply an average lead for Brown of 6.7%.

UPDATE3: The latest SuffolkUniversitybellwether puts Brown up by 15 points in three "bell weather" counties.

Brown (55%) leads Coakley (40%) by 15 points in Gardner. Independent candidate Joseph L. Kennedy polls 2%, while 3% are undecided. . . .

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