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Finally, some good news for Harris. Some.

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that, since last month, six percent more likely Republican voters say they like U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris in her U.S. Senate bid.

The poll of 317 people said 36 percent held a favorable view of Harris. Her unfavorable rating -- still high at 25 percent -- is down a percentage point.

Quinnipiac also found that Harris leads the pack of four candidates in the GOP primary, garnering 38 percentage points. Will McBride: 22 percent. LeRoy Collins: 11. Peter Monroe: 3.

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This is good news for Harris? She's been running for a year and a half and can't muster 50%! She's a loser. The Strategic Vision poll shows LeRoy Collins is the GOP's best hope to defeat Nelson in November.

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