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October 20, 2017

Moore Up By Double Digits in AL

Some better news for Roy Moore than he received from Fox News earlier in the week from Strategy Research, who is showing in their latest poll a double-digit lead for Roy Moore.

US SENATE – ALABAMA (Strategy Research)
Roy Moore (R) 51%
Doug Jones (D) 40%

This poll was done October 16th among 3000 likely voters.

October 19, 2017

Northam Leads Gillespie By 7% in VA

At 6:21pm on October 18th, Ed Gillespie’s Twitter account post a link to a Fox News article touting the recent Monmouth University poll showing him in the lead.

Meanwhile, an ACTUAL Fox News poll was released 21 minutes earlier at 6:00pm on October 18th that received absolutely no mention from Ed Gillespie.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Fox News)
Ralph Northam (D) 49%
Ed Gillespie (R) 42%
Cliff Hyra (L) 1%

This poll was done October 15-17 among likely voters.

October 18, 2017

Northam Surges to 14% Lead in VA

One day after Monmouth University became the first polling organization since June to claim Ed Gillespie had a lead in the Virginia gubernatorial race, Quinnipiac University has come out and shows Democrat Ralph Northam with a huge 14% lead which, as far as I can tell, is the biggest lead Northam has had in any poll since this race began.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Quinnipiac)
Ralph Northam (D) 53%
Ed Gillespie (R) 39%
Cliff Hyra (L) 2%

This poll was done October 12-17 among 1088 likely voters. The poll yesterday from Monmouth University was done October 12-16. So basically over the exact same time period, we have two polling organizations who claim to be polling the same state show both Ed Gillespie and Ralph Northam respectively holding their biggest polling leads in this race at the exact same moment. Polling has just become insane….

October 17, 2017

Gillespie Takes Lead in VA, Moore/Jones tied in AL

So after making a comment earlier today about how Ed Gillespie has not held a lead in a single poll since June, Monmouth University has come out with a new poll showing Ed Gillespie up by a single percentage point.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Monmouth)
Ed Gillespie (R) 48%
Ralph Northam (D) 47%
Cliff Hyra (L) 3%

This poll was done October 12-16 among 408 likely voters. On the flip side, things are not looking so good for Republicans in Alabama if this new poll from Fox News is to be believed.

US SENATE – ALABAMA (Fox News)
Doug Jones (D) 42%
Roy Moore (R) 42%

This poll was done October 14-16 among likely voters.

Northam Leads Gillespie By Single Digits in Two Polls

We have two new polls out that show Democrat Ralph Northam with a single-digit lead over Republican Ed Gillespie in the bid to become the next Governor of Virginia. They come from Roanoke College and Christopher Newport University.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Roanoke)
Ralph Northam (D) 50%
Ed Gillespie (R) 44%
Cliff Hyra (L) 2%

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (CNU)
Ralph Northam (D) 48%
Ed Gillespie (R) 44%
Cliff Hyra (L) 3%

The Roanoke College poll was done October 8-13 and the Christopher Newport University poll was done October 9-13. You have to go all the way back to June to see any poll whatsoever that has Ed Gillespie in the lead.

October 15, 2017

Moore Leads By 8% in AL

Polling has been a little slow across the board, but we did get a new poll in the US Senate race in Alabama late last week from Cygnal Polling that shows Roy Moore holding an 8% lead over Doug Jones.

US SENATE – ALABAMA (Cygnal)
Roy Moore (R) 495
Doug Jones (D) 41%

This poll was done October 2-5 among 497 likely voters.

2017 Week 6 NFL Picks

Before we get to this weekend’s picks, a quick look at how I did with my picks last picks.

2017 WEEK 5 WINNING PICKS
New England beat Tampa Bay
Philadelphia beat Arizona
Cincinnati beat Buffalo
Indianapolis beat San Francisco
Miami beat Tennessee
Green Bay beat Dallas

2017 WEEK 5 LOSING PICKS
Detroit lost to Carolina
Pittsburgh lost to Jacksonville
N.Y. Giants lost to L.A. Chargers
Cleveland lost to N.Y. Jets
Oakland lost to Baltimore
L.A. Rams lost to Seattle
Houston lost to Kansas City
Chicago lost to Minnesota

A rather poor 6-8 week drops my record to 45-32 and one more spot down to fourth place among the so-called experts at ESPN.

SO-CALLED ESPN EXPERTS
Louis Riddick 48-29
Matt Bowen 47-30
Seth Wickersham 47-30
ME 45-32
Mike Golic 45-32
Trey Wingo 43-34
Kevin Seifert 43-34
Mike Clay 43-34
Lisa Kerney 43-34
Mina Kimes 42-35
Dan Graziano 42-35

Only six games separate first from eleventh. Now without further ado, The Hedgehog Report picks for Week 6 of the 2017 NFL Season.

2017 WEEK 6 NFL PICKS
Philadelphia at Carolina
Chicago at Baltimore
Cleveland at Houston
Detroit at New Orleans
Green Bay at Minnesota
Miami at Atlanta
New England at N.Y. Jets
San Francisco at Washington
L.A. Rams at Jacksonville
Tampa Bay at Arizona
L.A. Chargers at Oakland
Pittsburgh at Kansas City
N.Y. Giants at Denver
Indianapolis at Tennessee

I know that the Ravens are not that good this year, but they are going to tease us all season long and either barely make or miss the playoffs. I would almost rather they just tank so I don’t ave to care.

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October 9, 2017

Northam Leads By 5%/7% in VA

We have two new polls out for the gubernatorial race in Virginia and they show the race between Ralph Northam and Ed Gillespie in the single digits. Christopher Newport University has Northam up by 7%.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (CNU)
Ralph Northam (D) 49%
Ed Gillepsie (R) 42%
Cliff Hyra (L) 4%

This poll was done October 2-6 among 616 likely voters. The previous CNU poll had Northam’s lead at 6%, so this is actually an increase for Northam. Meanwhile, Emerson College has the race at a 5% lead for Northam.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Emerson)
Ralph Northam (D) 49%
Ed Gillepsie (R) 44%
Cliff Hyra (L) 2%

This poll was done October 5-7 among 318 likely voters.

October 8, 2017

2017 Week 5 NFL Picks

Before we get to this week’s picks, a look back at how my picks did last week.

2017 WEEK 4 WINNING PICKS
Green Bay beat Chicago
Pittsburgh beat Baltimore
Houston beat Tennessee
Tampa Bay beat N.Y. Giants
Philadelphia beat L.A. Chargers
Arizona beat San Francisco
Denver beat Oakland
Seattle beat Indianapolis
Kansas City beat Washington

2017 WEEK 4 LOSING PICKS
Miami lost to New Orleans
Atlanta lost to Buffalo
New England lost to Carolina
Cleveland lost to Cincinnati
Minnesota lost to Detroit
Jacksonville lost to N.Y. Jets
Dallas lost to L.A. Rams

A 9-7 week brings my season record to 39-24 and drops me into a third place among the so-called experts at ESPN.

SO-CALLED ESPN EXPERTS
Louis Riddick 43-20
Trey Wingo 40-23
ME 39-24
Matt Bowen 39-24
Seth Wickersham 38-25
Mike Clay 36-27
Mike Golic 36-27
Lisa Kerney 35-28
Mina Kimes 35-28
Dan Graziano 33-30
Kevin Seifert 33-30

Now without further ado, the Hedgehog Report picks for Week 5 of the 2017 NFL season.

2017 WEEK 5 NFL PICKS
New England at Tampa Bay
Arizona at Philadelphia
Buffalo at Cincinnati
Carolina at Detroit
Jacksonville at Pittsburgh
L.A. Chargers at N.Y. Giants
N.Y. Jets at Cleveland
San Francisco at Indianapolis
Tennessee at Miami
Baltimore at Oakland
Seattle at L.A. Rams
Green Bay at Dallas
Kansas City at Houston
Minnesota at Chicago

October 4, 2017

Moore Leads By 8% in AL, Hogan Leads Four Dems in MD

JMC Analytics has come out with their new poll for the US Senate race in Alabama and it shows Roy Moore with an 8% lead over Doug Jones.

US SENATE – ALABAMA (JMC)
Roy Moore (R) 48%
Doug Jones (D) 40%

This poll was done September 30-October 1 among likely voters. For comparison, JMC’s final primary runoff poll showed Moore beating Luther Strange by 8%, very close to the 9.2% he eventually won by. meanwhile, in my home state of Maryland, Larry Hogan is ahead of a gaggle of Democrats but below 50% in a new poll from Mason-Dixon.

GOVERNOR – MARYLAND (Mason-Dixon)
Larry Hogan (R-inc) 46%
Rushern Baker (D) 39%

Larry Hogan (R-inc) 49%
Ben Jealous (D) 33%

Larry Hogan (R-inc) 48%
Kevin Kamenetz (D) 35%

Larry Hogan (R-inc) 49%
Richard Madaleno (D) 30%

This poll was done September 27-30 among 625 registered voters.

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