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Lieberman earns support from 46% of Connecticut voters while Lamont is the choice of 41%
Republican Alan Schlesinger earns just 6% of the vote, down from 13% a month ago.
Lieberman, a three-term Democrat running as an independent after losing the party nomination in a primary, is favored by 49 percent to 39 percent over Lamont in the three-way race. Republican Alan Schlesinger trails with 5 percent.