Idaho political poll shows incumbents favored

Idaho political poll shows incumbents favored

Idaho political poll shows incumbents favored

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by KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on September 10, 2010 at 11:03 AM

Updated Friday, Sep 10 at 2:02 PM

(BOISE) --  KREM 2 News, KTVB in Boise and KIFI in Idaho Falls have commissioned a large survey of Idaho voters on who they would choose if the November election were held today.  The polling company Qualtrics surveyed 1,347 registered voters in 34 counties across Idaho.  Here are the results of the poll conducted between September 1-9, 2010:

If the General Election was held today, who would you most likely vote for in the U.S. Representative, District 1 race? 

Walt Minnick - 59.8%

Raul Labrador - 29.6%

Dave Olson - 5.4%

Mike Washburn - 5.2%

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If The General Election was held today, who would you most likely vote for in the United States Senator race? 

Mike Crapo - 73.5%

P. Tom Sullivan - 15.7%

Randy Lynn Bergquist - 10.8%

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If the General Election was held today, who would you most likely vote for in the race for Governor?

C.L. "Butch" Otter - 53.6%

Keith Allred - 34.4%

Jana M. Kemp - 8.6%

"Mr. Pro-Life" - 1.8%

Ted Dunlap - 1.6%

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If the General Election was held today, who would you most likely vote for in the race for the Superintendent of Public Instruction?

Tom Luna - 55.5%

Stan Olson - 44.5%

 

 

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