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Polling Turnaround: Warren Now Leads Brown

Sen. Scott Brown campaigns in Watertown Wednesday with the support of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, center. (Fred Thys/WBUR)

Sen. Scott Brown campaigns in Watertown Wednesday with the support of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, center. (Fred Thys/WBUR)

A new WBUR poll shows the lead in the tight race for one of Massachusetts’ Senate seats has switched again. Just two weeks ago, Republican incumbent Sen. Scott Brown had a four-point lead. In WBUR’s latest survey, Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren came up with a five-point lead. The survey has a 4.4 percent margin of error.

John Carroll, who blogs at Campaign Outsider, joins us for analysis.

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  • John Carroll, media analyst and mass communications professor at Boston University

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