Wilson’s poll has her leading Sowards by 71 points
The survey, an internal poll conducted by Public Opinion Strategies for the Wilson campaign, has her leading Sowards 81 percent to 10 percent. The survey of 500 likely Republican primary voters was conducted Feb. 13-15 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.38 percentage points.
Read the poll memo here. Some highlights:
- Wilson leads in intensity. Some 50 percent said they will “definitely” vote for Wilson, while 3 percent said the same about Sowards.
- Sowards’ name ID is only 30 percent. Some 8 percent said they have a favorable view of him, while 3 percent had an unfavorable view.
- Wilson leads 66 percent to 21 percent in Sowards’ “geographic base of the Southwest” part of the state, the memo states. Sowards is from Las Cruces.
- Wilson leads 78 percent to 16 percent among voters who have heard of both candidates.
“Heather Wilson has a strong, united base backing her candidacy to become the Republican nominee for Senate,” the poll memo states.
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