This short clip is from part of Warren's speaking tour in Andover, Massachusetts. Impressed, Greg Sargent at the Washington Post had this to say about it:
Republicans are planning to paint Warren as a liberal Harvard elitist — they’re already referring to her as “Professor Warren” — because they believe that she will have trouble winning over the kind of blue collar whites from places like South Boston that helped power Scott Brown’s upset victory.
But as this video shows, Warren is very good at making the case for progressive economics in simple, down-to-earth terms. Despite her professorial background, she sounds like she’s telling a story. She came across as unapologetic and authorative, without a hint of the sort of defensiveness you hear so often from other Democrats when they talk about issues involving taxation and economic fairness. This is exactly what national Dems like about Warren.
Brown also showed no interest in talking politics on the day a new Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling survey showed him behind Warren for the first time in a general election match-up.
"There's going to be plenty of polls. I don't think about polls. Never been a big poll guy," he said.
Asked about a Talking Points Memo report that documented the senator outside his office on his cellphone expressing disbelief about the polling, Brown replied sternly at the door, "Excuse me, I'm all set."