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Half of Az Democrats undecided on Senate candidate

The primary race to decide the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate hasn't changed much in the past month, a new poll says.

47 percent of "likely voters" are undecided, up from 46 percent a month ago, according to a survey by Rasmussen Reports.

Among those with a preference, former Tucson City Councilman Rodney Glassman leads with 15 percent. Ex-state Rep. Cathy Eden is favored by 11 percent. Labor organizer Randy Parraz gets the nod from 10 percent, and investigative reporter John Dougherty is supported by 7 percent of Democrats.

10 percent favor another candidate. 50 percent say they don't now enough about any of the candidates to have a favorable or unfavorable view of them.

Arizona's primary election is Aug. 24.

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