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NEW: Voters Split on Senate Race

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CBS2/FOX28) - A new NBC News/Marist Poll out this week says Iowans are split on who to vote for in the upcoming Senate election in November.
The poll asked Iowans "If November's elections for U.S. Senate in Iowa were held today, whom would you support,"
Both Republican Joni Ernst and Democrat Bruce Braley received 43% of the vote, one percent of those asked simply said other and 14% said they were undecided. 
When it comes to the race for Governor, voters are leaning toward the incumbent.
The poll found 53% of Iowans would vote for Governor Branstad while 38% would vote for challenger, State Senator Jack Hatch. Nine percent of voters were undecided and one percent said other.
The poll was conducted from July 7th through July 13th and was made up of 1,599 registered voters.
Iowans will head to the polls for the general election on November 4th.
 
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