Thursday, July 26, 2012

Citizens United poll: Schweikert up double digits over Quayle

Rep. David Schweikert (R-Ariz.) has a 13-point lead over Rep. Ben Quayle (R-Ariz.) in their member-vs.-member primary, according to a poll commissioned by Citizens United, a group backing Schweikert in the race. Schweikert leads Quayle with 47 to 34 percent, according to the poll. The two will face off on Aug. 28. Polls done on behalf of a group with an interest in a race should always be viewed with a bit of skepticism — but those numbers are unquestionably good news for Schweikert, who has run to Quayle's right in the race. The poll of 794 likely Republican primary voters from was conducted from July 24-25 and has a 3.45-point margin of error.

Reprinted from The Hill

1 comment:

Barbara Espinosa said...

Rachel since you don't live in my district I suggest you bail on this debate. I'm sure it won't do David any good if people start posting about his life style before marriage. Arizona Center Policy survey is not the be all and end all. Quyale hasn't been in politics for 16 years nor was he in the State Legislator. If you start looking at the voting record for the length of time they have been in politics, you will get a surprise