SMOR has just released a poll on the Lt. Governor's race of 2015 that indicates that if current Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne were to run for Governor, as expected, John Young would have a slight lead over Sen. Elbert Guillory and Plaquemines Parish President, Billy Nungesser:
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal surely is more popular these days.
Why shouldn’t he be?
While much of the attention as of late has been on the popularity or lack of popularity of US Senator Mary Landrieu who is in the race of her life for a fourth term as US Senator, another Landrieu is in the polling news--her brother, New Orleans mayor, Mitch Landrieu.
In the Southern Media and Opinion Research poll today, Landrieu and Republican US Senator David Vitter lead the pack for the governor's spot, election fall of 2015.
Below is the spring poll by SMOR that indicate Bobby Jindal's poll numbers are improving after taking a severe dive. Also, US Senator David Vitter and New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu (D) lead the gubernatorial pack, although Vitter maintains a sizeable lead in a faceoff with Landrieu.
Louisiana voters might have strong reasons to vote for or against Mary Landrieu. No doubt, based upon the most recent SMOR poll of likely voters, she has an uphill battle ahead of her if she is to win the fourth term as US Senator from Louisiana.
Bernie Pinsonat and SMOR has just released its annual spring Louisiana Poll which focused upon the increasingly-important Louisiana US Senate race—the election in which incumbent Senator Mary L. Landrieu faces a number of republican candidates.
The annual pre-legislative session SMOR poll has been released today by Bernie Pinsonat and it does not look pretty for at least one of our state’s heretofore most popular elected officials--
This is part II of a discussion with Bernie Pinsonat, President of Southern Media and Opinion Research, Inc, (SMOR) to discuss the differences between his and another poll that resulted in significant variances in outcomes.
Recently, various Louisiana political observers were confused how two polls focused upon some of the same issues and released within one week of each other could be so different in their results.
Much is being made over two Louisiana polls issued a week apart measuring Louisiana voters’s opinion in an national election year and a non -statewide election year for the state.