Gravis Marketing expects to poll close to 50 states this election cycle. This is an exciting time for Gravis. Said Doug Kaplan President of Gravis Marketing
Winter Springs, Florida (PRWEB) July 28, 2014
New Montana Results
Democratic US Senator John Walsh is losing ground in the Montana Senate race according to results from the latest Gravis Marketing/Human Events poll in Montana.
Forty-five percent of the respondents to the survey said they would vote for Republican Representative Steve Daines while only thirty-eight percent of respondents backed Sen. Walsh’s re-election. That is a decrease from three days earlier when another Gravis Marketing/Human Events poll found Sen. Walsh closing to only a four-point deficit with Rep. Daines. The poll results for the polls can be found here and here.
A Gravis Marketing/Human Events poll found that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is tied with Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes at forty-five percent. The poll also found that respondents may favor a future White House bid by Republican Senator Rand Paul. He led Hillary Clinton in a head to head matchup with fifty percent of the vote with Hillary Clinton taking just forty-four percent. When asked if they were comfortable with illegal aliens being brought into Kentucky, seventy-two percent of respondents said “No” with only twelve percent of respondents saying “Yes.” The results of this poll can be found here.
Florida Democratic Primary Results
The race to be the Democratic nominee for the Florida Governor race is a wash, a Gravis Marketing poll found.
Democratic respondents favored former Governor Charlie Crist the survey found. Charlie Crist led his opponent former Senate Minority leader Nan Rich sixty-eight percent to twenty percent. However, the survey found that the Democratic nomination for Attorney General is up for grabs. The survey found that Ex- Asst. US Health Secretary George Sheldon leading with eighteen percent of the vote with State House Minority Leader Perry Thurston taking fifteen percent. The results of this poll can be found here.