Lieberman the Democrat: 59%
Streitz (R): 23%
Lieberman the Independent: 47%
Lamont (D): 20%
Streitz (R): 17%
"Running as the party's standard bearer, Lieberman attracts 68% of the vote from the party faithful. However, if Lamont is the Democratic nominee, Lieberman earns just 43% of the vote from Democrats in the state. Lamont gets 32%....Lieberman also leads Lamont by 20% in a Primary Election match-up."
Looking back, this isn't much different than the February 17th number which can be seen here.
So what does this all mean? First, it isn't really good news for Lamont. He hasn't gained any ground in almost 2 months. That's not to say he won't make it any closer. I think the telling tale will be this month's convention and how many delegates he gets.
As for the Governor:
Governor Jodi Rell (R) is viewed favorably by 78% of Connecticut voters...It remains to be seen whether the Governor's lead in this poll represents a lasting change in the dynamic of the race or is just a temporary phenomenon.
She hasn't lost much off her record popularity. Since this is a poll of likely voters, it certainly isn't good news for DeStefano or Malloy. They both say they have a plan for beating her...I can't help but wonder how long they are going to wait until they institute those plans.
Poll. Connecticut Senate: Lieberman Leads. Conducted by Rasmussen Report, May 4, 2006