Keller @ Large: Elizabeth Warren Needs To Work On Her Local ImageJon says the WBZ-UMass poll suggests Elizabeth Warren's local image needs some tweaking.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Baker Still Popular, Kennedy Has Clout, Warnings For WarrenWho's the most popular politician in Massachusetts?
WBZ-UMass Poll: Voters Favor More Charter Schools, But Many Still UndecidedA closer look inside the poll suggests the final outcome may well be linked to voter turnout in this presidential election year.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Voters Favor Legal Recreational Marijuana, But Have ReservationsThe ballot question which would legalize recreational use of pot in Massachusetts enjoys a 53-to-40 percent lead, with seven-percent still unsure.
WBZ-UMass Poll Shows 'Shocking' Enthusiasm Gap For Hillary ClintonA new WBZ-TV, WBZ NewsRadio, UMass Amherst Poll of 700 likely Massachusetts voters has good news – and bad news – for Hillary Clinton.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Baker Most Popular Politician In MassachusettsThe Republican governor is the most popular politician in staunchly Democratic Massachusetts.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Ballot Questions On Marijuana, Common Core, Wealthy Income TaxThe WBZ-TV, WBZ NewsRadio, UMass Amherst Poll shows we are headed for a pretty interesting local campaign over the four initiative petition questions headed for the November ballot statewide.
WBZ-UMass Poll: What Issues Are Most Important To Voters?One of the most interesting findings of the WBZ-UMass Amherst poll was the partisan gap in responses to the question: What issue is most important to your vote?
WBZ-UMass Poll: Words To Describe The CandidatesWhat one word would you use to describe each of the candidates running for president?
WBZ-UMass Amherst Poll: Clinton-Sanders Dead Heat; Trump Huge Lead In Mass.The Massachusetts Democratic primary is too close to call, while Donald Trump holds a huge lead in the Republican primary, according to a new UMass Amherst, WBZ-TV, WBZ NewsRadio poll.
WBZ-UMass Amherst Poll: Trump, Sanders Lead In NHThe WBZ-TV, WBZ NewsRadio, UMass Amherst poll shows many New Hampshire voters are still undecided.