Ned Lamont (D) leads Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-CT) 54% to 41% among likely Democratic primary voters, according to a new Quinnipiac poll.
This compares to a 51% to 47% Lamont lead in the last poll two weeks ago.
* In this latest survey, 5% of likely Democratic primary voters remain undecided, but 85% of voters say their mind is made up.
* Among Lamont supporters, 65% say their vote is mainly against Lieberman.
* Lieberman's support for the war in Iraq is the main reason they are voting for the challenger, 44% of Lamont voters say, with 50% who say the war is one of the reasons.
Said pollster Douglas Schwartz: "Sen. Lieberman's campaign bus seems to be stuck in reverse. Despite visits from former President Bill Clinton and other big name Democrats, Lieberman has not been able to stem the tide to Lamont."
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