Results in Survey of 10th Congressional District

4
Mar

Results in Survey of 10th Congressional District

I’m trying a few new things in our polling system that should not change the results but make the workflow smoother. In order to test everthing, I ran a survey in the Tenth Congressional District last night, using the announced candidate. As of the time I write this, all but one of the announced candidates have qualified for the election, and no new candidates have appeared. We surveyed likely Republican Primary voters, sample size is 824 respondents. We weighted for age range and gender.

So, here are the results.

First, I asked a question about the ballot for Governor

 

If the Republican Primary for Governor of Georgia were held today and the candidates were John Barge, Nathan Deal, the incumbent, and David Pennington, for whom would you vote?

 

John Barge…………………7.05%

Nathan Deal……………..57.47%

David Pennington………4.25%

Undecided………………..31.23%

 

Second question was the Congressional Ballot:

 

If the Republican Primary for Congress were held today and the candidate were Mike Collins, Gary Gerrard, Jody Hice, Donna Sheldon, Stephen Simpson, Brian Slowinski, and Mitchell Swann, for whom would you vote?

 

Mike Collins…………….22.48%

Gary Gerrard…………….3.77%

Jody Hice………………..19.68%

Donna Sheldon………….7.41%

Stephen Simpson……….4.25%

Brian Slowinski………..0.49%

Mitchell Swann………..0.97%

Undecided………………40.95%

 

I’m looking at the crosstabs now and will publish more data if there’s anything interesting in there.

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