Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll shows State Rep. Martin Walsh (46 percent) leads City Councilor-at-Large John Connolly (43 percent) in the Boston mayoral race, with 9 percent undecided. -- Nov. 1, 2013
Electronic coverage
Boston Herald articles:
“Add up results with Paleologos, Herald pundits”
“Horse race tightens – Walsh takes slim lead into homestretch”
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Walsh surges, but race still anyone’s ballgame”
Fight for Ward 18”
“Wu could tip mayoral scale”
“Walsh mum on outing big-bucks contributors”
“Casino camps going all-in to get out vote”
“Down To Last-Ditch Pitch”
“Menino move may damage Connolly bid”
“Camps target key wards with ground attack today”
“Eastie casino players vow game face for polls today”
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Suffolk University/Boston Herald survey shows 47 percent of East Boston voters support casino, 39 percent oppose – Oct. 10, 2013
Boston Herald mentions:
“Eastie Backs Casino…by Slimmest of Margins”
“Gaming foes say they’re chipping away at support”
“Suffolk Downs Cuts Caesars”
East Boston Times-Free Press - "Poll Shows Eastie Voters Favor Casino"
Gaming Today - "Caesars' Massachusetts casino plan no slam dunk"

Suffolk University/Boston Herald Mayoral Poll Shows Connolly Leading Walsh by 7 points – Oct.7, 2013
Boston Herald articles:
The Breakdown
“Next big thing: Golar Richie’s endorsement"
“Rivals Wage Battle Over Endorsements”
“With friends like Marty’s"
“Endorsements Shake Up Race”
“Connolly taps into campaign’s key asset”
“Lynch, Capuano expected to back Walsh”
“Menino’s legacy takes a blow”
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Dorchester Reporter – “Poll shows Pressley, Wu looking good in at-large finale”
Irish Echo
The Albany (Ga.) Herald

Suffolk University/Boston Herald Mayoral Poll Shows Connolly Separating from Pack –
Sept. 18, 2013
Electronic coverage

Boston Herald articles:
“DA Conley, Golar Richie jump in poll”
“Breaking down the poll numbers”
“Pollster: Menino’s shot at being kingmaker now”
“Who’s hot Who’s not in the race for mayor”
“Casino splits voters”
“Showdown looms over casino vote”
“Councilors get F for teachers union support”

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Boston Metro
Hartford Courant

Suffolk University/Boston Herald Mayoral Poll Shows Connolly, Walsh Leading Pack – July 16, 2014
Boston Herald articles:
“The numbers are in!”
“Voters still love Menino, but they’re ready for a change”
“With voters yet to focus, race remains in flux”
“Three tiers of candidates emerge”
“Safety, Schools Fail to Galvanize Voters”
“´Second choice΄ votes favor Conley, Connolly”
“Undecideds give minority hopefuls ‘room to grow’”
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Reuters

Democrat Edward Markey (52 percent) holds a comfortable lead over Republican Gabriel Gomez (42 percent) with just a day to go before the special election for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, according to a Suffolk University statewide poll of tightly screened likely voters. – June 24, 2013
Electronic media coverage
Media mentions:
New York Times
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Boston Herald
Boston.com - “Political Intelligence”
Mass Live
New York Times – “The Caucus”
Christian Science Monitor
Politico
Washington Times
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The Weekly Standard blog
The Hill
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The Suffolk University poll of June 10 is cited in the following publications – June 12-13, 2013
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
Washington Examiner
Washington Post
Chicago Tribune
Article also appeared in:
Baltimore Sun
Daily Press, Newport News, Va.
Orlando Sentinel
Hartford Courant
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Metro West Daily News
Springfield Republican
Springfield Republican
Boston Herald

Democratic Congressman Edward Markey holds a modest lead over Republican challenger Gabriel Gomez with just over two weeks to go before the special election for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, according to a Suffolk University statewide poll of tightly screened likely voters. -- June 10, 2013
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Daily Journal, Franklin, Ind.

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Edward Markey begins the early general election polling with a wide lead over Republican challenger Gabriel Gomez, according to a Suffolk University/7NEWS (WHDH-Boston) statewide poll of screened likely voters. -- May 8, 2013
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The New York Times – “The Caucus” blog
The Wall Street Journal – “The Washington Wire” blog
Reuters
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Dorchester Reporter
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Abington Mariner
Hanover Mariner
Norwell Mariner
Pembroke Mariner
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Wareham Courier

U.S. Rep. Edward Markey is crushing fellow Congressman Stephen Lynch in three key Democratic bellwethers, according to a Suffolk University/7NEWS (WHDH-Boston) bellwether poll of tightly screened Democratic voters in Sandwich, Swampscott, and Newburyport. -- April 28, 2013
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Mass Live
NECN
WBUR
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