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An early public survey from Emerson College Polling finds that second-term U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Greenwich is likely to defeat any of the three Republican challengers who may win the nomination after the Aug. 9 primary.
The May 10 and 11 survey of 1,000 Connecticut voters indicates that Blumenthal would get 50.4 percent of the vote to 39.9 percent for Themis Klarides of Madison, the former state House minority leader. If the GOP challenger were Leora Levy of Greenwich, Blumenthal would win 52.2 percent to her 36.4 percent.