Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Poll: Cornett 15.2%, Lamb 13.8%, Richardson 10%

A new poll released by the Gary Richardson campaign shows a tight race in the GOP gubernatorial primary.


Just 1.4% separates the leaders, OKC Mayor Mick Cornett and Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb. Gary Richardson trails by just under 4%, with Kevin Stitt 1.6% behind him in fourth. State Auditor Gary Jones and former State Rep. Dan Fisher bring up the rear at 2.8% and 2.2%, respectively.

The Richardson poll included results from a November 30th survey, showing that Cornett dropping 3.2%, Lamb rising 2.2%, Richardson going up 4.8%, Stitt climbing 7%, Jones losing 0.2%, and Fisher holding steady.

More details from the survey can be found at this link.
Oklahoma GOP Primary Voter Survey
(link and details)

Mick Cornett - 15.2% (18.4%)
Todd Lamb - 13.8% (11.6%)
Gary Richardson - 10.0% (5.2%)
Kevin Stitt - 8.4% (1.4%)
Gary Jones - 2.8% (3.0%)
Dan Fisher - 2.2% (2.2%)
Undecided - 47.6% (58.2%)

Poll of 500 Likely GOP Primary Voters, March 9th, MoE of 4.4%. Last poll's results in parentheses (11-30-17).

2 comments:

Chris Powell said...

24% of respondents from CD1 and 18% of respondents from CD5. I wonder what the distribution was back in November.

daivd wilkett said...

The only thing to see here is with almost 50% undecided it is a wide open primary. The second one is the outsider question. This will impact the race. It will be interesting how this race shakes out.