Jill Stein pulls 8% in recent poll of MA governor’s race

A recent poll from Suffolk University shows Massachusetts Green-Rainbow party candidate Jill Stein at 8% in the race for MA governor against 3 better-known and better-funded opponents:

In the poll of registered voters, 42 percent say they would vote for [incumbent governor Deval] Patrick, compared to 29 percent for Baker and 14 percent for independent Tim Cahill. Green Party candidate Jill Stein gets 8 percent, while 7 percent were undecided.  Of the three candidates whose numbers improved since a February 2010 Suffolk University/7News poll, Patrick’s increase of 9 points was higher than Baker’s (+4) and Stein’s (+5).

Dave Schwab


  1. Ola from Canada, i may noy be able to vote for you up here, but i and many other people here in Canada believe in what you are doing and what you and everyone else are standing up for. Just wanted to let you Know that we are all pulling for you, best wishes and go Green Party.

  2. I am from Waltham Mass.But i live in Portland Maine now Good luck Jill shake up the two party in my home state.And i am a Maine Green party member.GO GREENS where ever you are…

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