Almost half of Minnesotans believe Democrat Al FrankenAlan (Al) Stuart FrankenTina Smith and Jason Lewis tied in Minnesota Ted Cruz mocks Al Franken over 'I Hate Ted Cruz Pint Glass' GOP Senate candidate says Trump, Republicans will surprise in Minnesota MORE won the still-contested Minnesota Senate race, while a smaller number believe GOP Sen. Norm Coleman was the victor, though the state is split on the possibility of a revote.

47 percent of Minnesota voters say that Franken took the race, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Thursday. 35 percent believe Coleman, who has been contesting Franken's lead as certified by a state board for almost two months, won the election. 18 percent of voters said they were unsure.

More Minnesotans supported a "do-over" on the election, a prospect to which Coleman has indicated favorability. 46 percent of voters said they supported a revote, while 44 percent were opposed. 10 percent of the state was unsure.

Indepdent voters favor a revote by a 12-point margin.