The poll shows Cassidy leading Landrieu by 16 points.
She didn’t get any financial help from the Senate campaign arm in the Louisiana runoff.
Outside spending on Democrat's behalf makes up less than 1 percent of all campaign TV ads.
The potential matchup pits the incumbent Senator against the Granite State governor.
Democrat accused her GOP opponent of hiding in D.C. to avoid discussing billing allegations.
“He’s going to be fighting more than President Obama,” Sen. Landrieu alleges.
Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) and Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) were absent ahead of Saturday's vote.
Americans for Prosperity's Senate runoff ad invokes the controversial ObamaCare adviser.
His wife asked supporters in an email Tuesday to donate to his campaign.
Cassidy pressed Landrieu over whether she agreed with the controversial ObamaCare consultant.