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    January 27, 2023

    Beshear Leads Race for Re-Election in KY

    Something unrelated to the 2024 Presidential race for once, a new poll from Mason-Dixon Polling for the Kentucky gubernatorial race later this year where the Democratic incumbent Andy Beshear holds a solid lead over a gaggle of potential Republican challengers.

    GOVERNOR – KENTUCKY (Mason-Dixon)
    Andy Beshear (D-inc) 49%
    Daniel Cameron (R) 40%

    Andy Beshear (D-inc) 57%
    Kelly Craft (R) 32%

    Andy Beshear (D-inc) 52%
    Ryan Quarles (R) 35%

    Andy Beshear (D-inc) 53%
    Mike Harmon (R) 33%

    GOVERNOR – KENTUCKY – GOP PRIMARY (Mason-Dixon)
    Daniel Cameron 39%
    Kelly Craft 13%
    Ryan Quarles 8%
    Mike Harmon 5%
    Alan Keck 2%
    Eric Deters 2%
    Bob DeVore 1%
    David Cooper 1%
    Robbie Smith 1%
    Everyone Else <1%

    This poll was done January 18-23 among 625 registered voters and additional augmented sample of 404 likely primary voters.

    January 10, 2023

    Trump Leads GOP Field By Double Digits Over DeSantis

    Polls are going to be sparse these days so for the time being, the latest tracking poll of the Republican primary race from Morning Consult shows Republicans still haven’t figured out how much damage Donald Trump has done and still prefer him to be the face of their party for 2024.

    PRESIDENT – NATIONAL – GOP PRIMARY (Morning Consult)
    Trump 46%
    DeSantis 33%
    Pence 9%
    Cheney 3%
    Haley 2%
    Cruz 2%
    Abbott 1%
    Pompeo 1%
    T. Scott 1%
    Noem 0%
    Youngkin 0%

    This poll was done January 6-8 among 4470 registered primary voters.

    January 2, 2023

    Happy New Year – 2023

    It’ll take me a little to figure out how much longer I am going to go with this site but for now at least I’ll give you a new thread for the new year.

    December 22, 2022

    Lake Leads Three-Way Race in AZ

    Public Policy Polling was paid by Ruben Gallego to do a poll and the results show Kyrsten Sinema as an Independent may help Republican Kari Lake in a three-way race.

    US SENATE – ARIZONA THREE-WAY (PPP)
    Kari Lake (R) 41%
    Ruben Gallego (D) 40%
    Kyrsten Sinema (I-inc) 13%

    US SENATE – ARIZONA HEAD-TO-HEAD (PPP)
    Ruben Gallego (D) 48%
    Kari Lake (R) 47%

    Kari Lake (R) 42%
    Kyrsten Sinema (I-inc) 39%

    This poll was done December 19-20 among 678 registered voters.

    December 10, 2022

    Biden Leads Trump in Two New Polls in MI

    We shift to 2024 and w had two new polls come out of Michigan this week, both showing Joe Biden would defeat the 2020 loser Donald Trump in a rematch. The polls come from EPIC-MRA and Public Policy Polling.

    PRESIDENT – MICHIGAN (EPIC-MRA)
    Joe Biden (D-inc) 47%
    Donald Trump (R) 43%

    PRESIDENT – MICHIGAN (PPP)
    Joe Biden (D-inc) 50%
    Donald Trump (R) 43%

    This PPP was done for Progress Michigan and was done December 6-7 among 763 registered voters. The EPIC-MRA poll was done November 30-December 6 among 600 likely voters.

    December 6, 2022

    Warnock At 51% in Three New Polls in GA

    There is one consistent theme with the three latest public polls in Georgia – all three polls show Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock sitting at 51% in the runoff election against Trump-back Herschel Walker. These latest three polls come from Insider Advantage, UMass-Lowell, and Data for Progress.

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (IA)
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 51%
    Herschel Walker (R) 48%

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (UMass-Lowell)
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 51%
    Herschel Walker (R) 46%

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (DFP)
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 51%
    Herschel Walker (R) 49%

    The Data for Progress poll was done December 1-5 among 1229 likely voters. The Insider Advantage poll was done December 4th among 750 likely voters. The UMass poll is a little older and was done November 18-28 among 1300 likely voters.

    For the initial election, Insider Advantage has Walker up by 2% in their final poll and Data for Progress had Walker up by 1% in their final poll. UMass-Lowell did not appear to release a public poll for this race before November 8th. The final result was Warnock 49.44% to Walker 48.49% (just shy of a 1% margin), so both measurable polls where tilted towards Walker the last time around so a swing towards Warnock this time is notable.

    December 2, 2022

    Warnock Leads Three New Polls in GA

    We have three new polls out for the US Senate race in Georgia where Republicans (and Donald Trump for that matter) are trying to salvage something positive from the 2022 Election. The bad news for them, it looks like Raphael Warnock is holding a small edge in his bid for re-election over the Donald Trump-endorsed Herschel Walker. The polls come from CNN, Emerson College, and Survey USA.

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (CNN)
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 52%
    Herschel Walker (R) 48%

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (Emerson)
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 51%
    Herschel Walker (R) 49%

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (Survey USA)
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 50%
    Herschel Walker (R) 47%

    The Survey USA poll was done November 26-30 among 1214 likely voters. The Emerson poll was done November 28-30 among 888 likely voters. The CNN poll was done November 25-29 among 1184 likely voters.

    For the initial election, Survey USA had Warnock up by 6% in their final poll and Emerson had Warnock up by 2% in their final poll. CNN did not appear to release a public poll for this race before November 8th. The final result was Warnock 49.44% to Walker 48.49% (just shy of a 1% margin), so both measurable polls where titled Democratic the last time around.

    November 26, 2022

    Trump Dominates GOP Field for 2024

    I hope everyone is enjoying the Thanksgiving weekend holiday as much as Donald Trump is when he saw the new poll from Emerson College released the day before Thanksgiving that showed him leading the Republican race for 2024.

    PRESIDENT – NATIONAL – GOP PRIMARY (Emerson)
    Donald Trump 55%
    Ron DeSantis 25%
    Mike Pence 8%
    Ted Cruz 3%
    Nikki Haley 3%
    Larry Hogan 1%
    Josh Hawley 0%

    Interestingly, Trump and DeSantis are basically even with each other when it comes to their respective strength against Joe Biden.

    PRESIDENT – NATIONAL (Emerson)
    Joe Biden (D-inc) 45%
    Donald Trump (R) 41%

    Joe Biden (D-inc) 43%
    Ron DeSantis (R) 39%

    This poll was done November 18-19 among 1380 registered voters and 614 Republican primary voters.

    November 14, 2022

    2024: DeSantis Surges Ahead of Trump in TX

    We have the first poll post-2022 election that is showing the effects of Ron DeSantis’ resounding victory and Donald Trump resounding defeat on the shape of the 2024 primary race. A new poll from CWS Research shows Ron DeSantis now ahead of Donald Trump by double digits in the state of Texas in a potential 2024 primary race for President.

    PRESIDENT – TEXAS – GOP NOMINATION (CWS Research)
    Ron DeSantis 43%
    Donald Trump 32%
    Mike Pence 5%
    Nikki Haley 4%
    Tim Scott 1%
    Mike Pompeo 1%

    This poll was done November 12-13 among 1099 likely primary voters. Back at the end of October, this same polling organization showed Trump with a 46%-29% edge on the DeSantis. That is a 28% change in barley three weeks.

    The rumor has it that Trump will announce a new bid tomorrow, at least according to this news article from CBS News.

    November 9, 2022

    Election 2022 Morning After Thread

    After being accused that my predictions yesterday morning were too pro-Democratic, it turns out I may have been too pro-Republican after all.

    Dan Cox went down in flames. He does stand at 37% at the moment (I had predicted 34%); but, Cox being the face of the Maryland Republicans really hurt Republicans down ballot too. For example, my home county elected a Republican County Executive in 2014 and voted for Larry Hogan in 2014 and 2018. After last night, Republicans in my home county are literally left with a single County Council member (out of five), zero State Senators (out of three), and a single House delegate (out of eight). Add to that every other elected position, both Statewide and Countywide, were won easily by Democrats. The “Meet your Elected Officials” page at the local party’s website will literally have a grand total of two people listed on it.

    But maybe things are looking up for the MDGOP. I keep seeing that it is all Larry Hogan’s fault anyway (the man who by the way won two statewide elections as a Republican in Maryland) because he refused to endorse Cox (a man who actually filed articles of impeachment against Hogan this year before he was the nominee and then humorously complained with seemingly no self awareness about Hogan not endorsing him). Maryland Republicans can finally be rid of the man who actually wins elections and gleefully return to their permanent minority status.

    US Senate prediction – I said status quo except for a Democratic pickup in PA and Republican pickup in NV. That may actually pan out exactly as I stated. Control of the US Senate may actually hinge once again on a runoff in Georgia.

    US House prediction – I said 229 seats for Republicans. It looks like I might have been too optimistic for Republicans.