I mention these because they’re the most recent polls, and they’re polls of Likely Voters, not just Registered Voters.
Now that’s an 11-point difference. Rasmussen’s sample is about double the size, but that’s the only noticeable difference.
So unless Bloomberg is heavily weighting Democrats, I can’t figure out what’s causing the difference.
Except to say that polls, at this stage of the race, are largely bunk.