The race for Congress | Arkansas Blog

Friday, September 22, 2006

The race for Congress

Posted By on Fri, Sep 22, 2006 at 2:12 PM

Channel 11 released a new poll on 2nd District Congress last night

Incumbent Vic Snyder (D) 56

Andy Mayberry (R) 42

That's a four-point improvement for Mayberry, who takes great happiness from poll internals that show him with a lead among a sliver of the 468 people surveyed in the under 35 category. A swing from a 37 percent lead by Snyder in the last poll to an 11 percent lead by Mayberry in that category suggests something isn't quite right one way or the other. Snyder leads in virtuallly every other segment, except Republican and conservative voters. Mayberry has been campaigning actively. Snyder hasn't begun his media, I don't think.


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