The nonpartisan survey conducted Tuesday through late Thursday found 50 percent of those polled would vote for Turner if the election were held “today” while 44 percent would vote for Weprin. Six percent of the 886 likely voters polled said they were undecided…

Union households supported Turner by 4 points. In the Siena poll a month ago, Weprin led in union households by 18 points…

And despite the message that Democrats have been hammering home at events across the district and through ads and direct mail — that Turner would cut benefits for Medicare and Social Security — the Republican led 49 percent to 45 percent among likely voters older than 55. In the Siena poll one month ago, Weprin held a small lead in that demographic.