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Sunday, April 16, 2006

The latest on the race for governor

Posted By on Sun, Apr 16, 2006 at 5:16 PM

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Somebody asked about the latest Rasmussen poll on the race for governor. Here it is:

Democrat Mike Beebe leads Asa Hutchinson (R) by 11 points in the race to succeed Mike Huckabee as Governor of Arkansas.

Beebe currently earns support for 47% of the state's Likely Voters while Hutchinson attracts 36% support. A month ago, Beebe led by ten points. In January, he held a six-point lead.

While support for Attorney General Beebe has remained stable in all three election polls we've conducted in the state, Hutchinson's support has fallen by 2 percentage points a month.

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