Suffolk University Political Research Center's polls have correctly predicted national and statewide elections when other polls have predicted different outcomes.
Louisiana US Senate Open Primary November 2014
Suffolk predicted Landrieu over Cassidy +1.
Final Result: Landrieu +1.
Massachusetts Gubernatorial General Election November 2014
Suffolk predicted Baker over Coakley +3.
Final Result: Baker +2.
New Hampshire US Senate General Election November 2014
Suffolk predicted Shaheen over Brown +3.
Final Result: Shaheen +3.
Boston Mayor General Election November 2013
UNH, UMass Lowell, UMass Amherst, Environmental League, and MassINC polls predicted Connolly +8 to +2.
Suffolk predicted Walsh +3.
Final Result: Walsh +3.5.
Nevada US Senate General Election November 2010
Final five polls before the election predicted Angle +3.
Suffolk predicted Reid +3.
Final Result: Reid +5.6.
Nevada US Senate Republican Primary June 2010
Three polls prior to Suffolk's predicted Lowden +5.
Suffolk predicted Angle +7.
Final Result: Angle +14.
Pennsylvania US Senate Democratic Primary May 2010
Final five polls before the election predicted an EVEN race.
Suffolk predicted Sestak +9.
Final Result: Sestak +8.
Massachusetts US Senate Special Election January 2010
Five polls conducted before Suffolk's predicted Coakley +12.
Suffolk predicted Brown +4.
Final Result: Brown +4.7.