Monday, 16 November 2015 11:08
JMC Poll: Edwards by 16 over Vitter; Jeff Landry, Billy Nungesser ahead of Caldwell, Holden
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winners losersToday, a new poll has been released for the Louisiana governor race and other statewide races, this one by JMC Analytics.  The poll shows a four point drop from prior poll by JMC, 20 to 16 point advantage over the past couple of weeks.

The poll also shows Jeff Landry and Billy Nungesser successful in their races.

POLL RESULTS Question 1: If the election for Governor were held today, which candidate would you support? (Party affiliations of candidates mentioned) Edwards 51% Vitter 35% Undecided 13%

Question 2: (Only if “undecided” is selected for the previous question) Given that you are undecided, which candidate are you leaning towards supporting? (Party affiliations of candidates mentioned) Edwards 54% Vitter 38% Undecided 8% Question

3: If the election for Lt. Governor were held today, which candidate would you support? (Party affiliations of candidates mentioned) Nungesser 45% Holden 34% Undecided 21% Question

4: If the election for attorney general were held today, which candidate would you support? (Party affiliations of candidates mentioned) Landry 46% Caldwell 25% Undecided 29%

Read the executive summary

 

Discuss the poll with JMC's pollster John Convillon today on Bayoubuzz.com or 2PM LIVE

https://blab.im/stephen-sabludowsky-louisiana-governor-s-race-pollster-jon-convillon-of-jmc-analytics-lagov

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