Another poll; another Beebe lead | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, August 31, 2006

Another poll; another Beebe lead

Posted By on Thu, Aug 31, 2006 at 9:02 AM

In this one, Beebe leads by only 17 -- 55-38. The link is to a political blog that says a new Survey USA poll shows Beebe's margin widening and a sweep for other Democrats, though tighter in the lieutenant governor's race we understand.

Channel 11 uses Survey USA, a robopoll, and reportedly aired the gubernatorial results last night (we can't find it on their website). I'm told it will air lt. gov. tonight. The results, with the internals, are not yet posted on the Survey USA site.

Noted that this is a higher count for Beebe than the Oakleafs produced. A$a advertising starts this weekend. Everything is subject to change, of course.


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