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Tuesday, April 25

Gov: Blackwell (R) and Strickland (D) Maintain Leads in New Polls

Buckeye State Blog is reporting new poll results from SurveyUSA, which show continuing solid leads for Rep. Ted Strickland (D-New Lisbon) and Secretary of State Ken Blackwell (R-Cincinnati) in their respective gubernatorial primaries (results from three weeks ago in parens):
Strickland (D) 61% (60%)
Flannery (D) 18% (15%)
Undecided 21% (25%)

Blackwell (R) 46% (46%)
Petro (R) 34% (32%)
Undecided 20% (22%)
Blackwell leads 2:1 among conservatives, while liberals and moderates prefer Petro. Petro needs to win 4 out of 5 undecided voters to surpass Blackwell in the primary next week.

Keep in mind that the latest Rasmussen poll showed Strickland leading Blackwell 52%-35% and leading Petro 51%-31% in head-to-head general election match-ups. The favorable/unfavorable numbers are as follows:
Strickland 54%/26%
Blackwell 40%/46%
Petro 38%/44%

2 Comments:

At 3:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love those Blackwell unfavorables!

 
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