The Quinnipiac surveys have new numbers for the competitive Senate races in Minnesota and Colorado. No big surprises in the results: Sen. Norm Coleman has been resilient, Al Franken has an image problem, and Minnesotans are independent enough to separate Franken from the Democratic wave: Coleman leads by 10 points, 51% to 41%. In Colorado, Rep. Mark Udall (D) has a comfortable lead over Republican Bob Schaffer, 48% to 38%.

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