Poll: Republican statewide candidates romp Democrats in every race


(Phoenix, AZ) A poll just released by Moore Information reveals great news for all Republican statewide candidates. The poll conducted among 500 likely voters (October 12-13), shows every statewide Republican candidate leading their Democrat counterpart outside the margin of error (+/- 4% with 95% confidence). Here is a summary of the results:

PARTY
Republicans
45%
Democrats
34%
Independent/Other
21%
GENDER
Male
48%
Female
52%
GOVERNOR
Jan Brewer (R)
51%
Terry Goddard (D)
34%
Larry Gist (G)
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Barry Hess (L)
3%
None
1%
Don’t know
10%
SECRETARY OF STATE
Ken Bennett (R)
46%
Chris Deschene (D)
28%
Neither
2%
Don’t know
23%
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Tom Horne (R)
46%
Felecia Rotellini (D)
37%
Neither
3%
Don’t know
14%
STATE TREASURER
Doug Ducey (R)
38%
Andrei Cherny (D)
24%
Thomas Meadows (G)
5%
Thane Eichenauer (L)
4%
None
2%
Don’t know
28%
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
John Huppenthal (R)
46%
Penny Kotterman (D)
33%
Neither
2%
Don’t know
20%
STATE MINE INSPECTOR
Joe Hart (R)
38%
Manuel Cruz (D)
29%
Neither
3%
Don’t know
30%
CORPORATION COMMISSIONER
Gary Pierce (R)
28%
Brenda Burns (R)
28%
David Bradley (D)
18%
Jorge Luis Garcia (D)
17%
Theodore Gomez (G)
4%
Kirk Fowlkes (L)
4%
None
3%
Don’t know
33%

Comments

  1. John Doe,P.E. says:

    Horse hocky. No information is presented as to how this model based its decision. This is another example of elementary school math being used as an attempt to influence voters.

    Bulls—. It is what it is.

  2. I’d be interested to see their numbers for the Senate seat.

  3. Numbers from a notoriously right wing pollster. Grain of salt!

  4. Those numbers are very close to other polls with the exception of the Rocky Mountain poll. Even then, that very skewed effort didn’t have a Dem in the lead in any race.

    Throw in the Congressional races and it tells a story of a state that is sick and tired of being jerked around by Dems and hostile, adversarial labor unions.

    ‘Bout time.

  5. Steve Calabrese says:

    Would be nice to have a link to the poll data and info.

  6. Internal poll data is proprietary and isn’t going to be released. That said, those who immediately dismiss this as bull are just throwing stones. This poll surveyed 500 likely or certain voters statewide with a 4% margin of error. It was conducted Tuesday and Wednesday of this week and the number of GOP, Dems, and independents reflected the percentages of those voters statewide. This poll is far superior to the Democrat Rocky Mountain poll that used TEN days to develop data. ^Ten days is absurd statistically since a lot can change in that amount of time. In addition, the RM poll mixed likely and registered voters, which skews the data. Even then, the GOP candidates were still up.

  7. Wow! After you adjust for the fact that this poll was done by Moore Information, quite a few of these races are a statistical dead heat! And Cherny and Rotellini are ahead!

  8. Calamity June says:

    I don’t know the science behind this poll but it kind of matches what people at work talk about.

  9. Looks like the GOP is going to sweep all the state-wide races come election night.

    Hope and Change indeed!!!!

  10. Go to see my domain at bmts.

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