High School Graduates for Lieberman

A new Quinnipiac poll on the Connecticut primary for Senate shows Joe Lieberman still trailing Ned Lamont, this time by 45-51 among likely voters. (It’s an improvement, at least, from the result of a poll released last week that had Lieberman behind by 13 points.)

The new poll did show a continuing disparity between Lamont’s support among higher income, college-educated voters and among those of more modest means.

Lieberman actually leads the race among those with no college degree (49-46) and among respondents making between $30,000 and $50,000 a year (49-45). Lamont, on the other hand, leads by the widest margins among college-educated voters (38-59) and those making more than $100,000 (39-60).

For what it’s worth.

— Josh Benson

UPDATE: Lieberman advisor Dan Gerstein, clearly in a good mood, just sent over the following interpretation of today’s poll results: “People are now fully paying attention, realizing what’s at stake, seeing Lamont is unqualified, and our speech last night will help make them comfortable coming home.” High School Graduates for Lieberman