Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Rasmussen Governor/Senate Polls

Rasmussen conducted two Oklahoma polls recently; one for the Governor's race, and one for the Senate race.

Senate race poll:
Rasmussen Reports 2010 Oklahoma Senate Poll (link)

Tom Coburn (R) - 62%
Mark Myles (D) - 27%
Some Other Candidate - 4%
Undecided - 6%

Tom Coburn (R) - 65%
Jim Rogers (D) - 26%
Some Other Candidate - 3%
Undecided - 7%

Poll of  500 likely voters, June 30th, 2010, with a MoE of +/- 4.5%  -  leaders in bold

Governor's race poll:
Rasmussen Reports 2010 Oklahoma Gubernatorial Poll (link)

Mary Fallin (R) - 55%
Jari Askins (D) - 32%
Some Other Candidate - 7%
Undecided - 7%

Mary Fallin (R) - 48%
Drew Edmondson (D) - 39%
Some Other Candidate - 3%
Undecided - 10%

Randy Brogdon (R) - 47%
Jari Askins (D) - 38%
Some Other Candidate - 6%
Undecided - 9%

Randy Brogdon (R) - 35%
Drew Edmondson (D) - 46%
Some Other Candidate - 5%
Undecided - 14%

Robert Hubbard (R) - 43%
Jari Askins (D) - 38%
Some Other Candidate - 8%
Undecided - 11%

Robert Hubbard (R) - 31%
Drew Edmondson (D) - 44%
Some Other Candidate - 8%
Undecided - 18%

Roger Jackson (R) - 42%
Jari Askins (D) - 40%
Some Other Candidate - 8%
Undecided - 11%

Roger Jackson (R) - 29%
Drew Edmondson (D) - 45%
Some Other Candidate - 8%
Undecided - 18%

Poll of  500 likely voters, June 30th, 2010, with a MoE of +/- 4.5%  -  leaders in bold
In addition to the numbers from the races, Rasmussen released some figures from other questions.

68% of those polled favor repeal of the new national health care plan (higher than the national figure), while 28% oppose repeal. 35% consider themselves a member of the Tea Party movement (also higher than the national figure), while 45% do not, and 20% aren't sure. 64% support passing similar legislation to Arizona's illegal immigration law here in Oklahoma, and 76% support requiring police to check the immigration status of anyone pulled over for a traffic or other violation if they suspect the individual is an illegal immigrant.

Obviously, Oklahoma is a conservative state, even though a plurality of voters are registered Democrat.

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