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  • Tulsa World: Bridenstine scores 44 percent approval in Tulsa poll

    on Nov 19, 13 • in Featured, Oklahoma Poll, Tulsa, US House • with No Comments

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    By RANDY KREHBIEL World Staff Writer Responses to recent Oklahoma Poll questions concerning first-year 1st District Congressman Jim Bridenstine were probably not surprising. Tulsa conservatives like Bridenstine. Tulsa liberals, and to a certain extent moderates, do not. Overall, 44 percent of those surveyed Nov. 1-5 by SoonerPoll said they approve of the job Bridenstine has done during his first 10 months in office. Thirty-three percent disapproved, and 23 percent were neutral or had no response. The survey included only voters in the city of Tulsa, which tends to be somewhat less conservative than the First

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  • Oklahoma Poll shows win for Republican Bridenstine in 1st Congressional District

    on Nov 3, 12 • in Oklahoma Poll, US House • with 2 Comments

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    By RANDY KREHBIEL World Staff Writer Republican Jim Bridenstine appears headed to victory by a wide margin in the 1st Congressional District, according to the latest Oklahoma Poll. Bridenstine was the choice of 55 percent of the 428 likely voters surveyed Oct. 25-31 by SoonerPoll.com. Democrat John Olson was at 24 percent, and independent Craig Allen was at 4 percent. Seventeen percent were undecided. The three have engaged in a lively campaign since Bridenstine knocked out incumbent John Sullivan in the June 26 Republican primary. Olson had hoped to pick up crossover votes from Sullivan

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  • Tulsa World: Poll shows Mullin leads Wallace in 2nd Congressional District race

    on Nov 2, 12 • in Oklahoma Poll, US House • with No Comments

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    By RANDY KREHBIEL World Staff Writer Republican Markwayne Mullin appears headed to victory in the sometimes-bitter 2nd Congressional District race with Democrat Rob Wallace. An Oklahoma Poll of 300 likely voters, conducted Oct. 25-31, gives Mullin a 12-point plurality against Wallace and independent Michael Fulks, with 18 percent undecided or declining to answer. The poll has a 5.66 percentage point margin of error. Although the district is majority Democrat in registration, only 43 percent of Democrats surveyed said they intend to vote for Wallace, with 20 percent undecided. “The Democrat Party I joined years ago,

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  • Leaders emerge in the 5th Congressional District GOP Primary Race

    on Jul 13, 10 • in US House • with 10 Comments

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    SoonerPoll’s most recent poll finds the field is narrowing as clear front-runners appear in the Republican primary race for Oklahoma’s fifth district U.S. Representative seat.  Former State Representative Kevin Calvey, who was leading when SoonerPoll first fielded this race in March, remains the leader with support from 27.8 percent Republicans whom are likely to vote in the 5th District primary on July 27th. Political newcomer James Lankford has moved into the second place position with19.9 percent, while State Representative Mike Thompson, who was previously the second place candidate is currently in third with support from

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  • Calvey takes early lead in Republican 5th Congressional race, yet many remain undecided

    on Mar 15, 10 • in US House • with No Comments

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    Oklahoma City — Former State Representative Kevin Calvey has a two-to-one lead over the next closest challenger in Oklahoma’s 5th Congressional District seat being vacated by Rep. Mary Fallin, who is running for Governor. However, a large percentage of likely voters remain undecided with the election a little more than four months away. “Calvey’s early lead should be expected since he had previously run for the seat in 2006,” said Dr. Keith Gaddie, Vice-President of SoonerPoll.com. “However, there is a lot of time left in this contest and tremendous room for all candidates, including Calvey,

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  • Likely voters cite price gouging as the top reason for high gas prices; no impact of third party involvement in races.

    on May 16, 06 • in US House • with No Comments

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    OKLAHOMA CITY – Even though Oklahoma is an energy-producing state, likely voters cite oil company price gouging as the top reason for high gas prices, according to a new poll released today. SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion research firm in Oklahoma City, conducted the telephone poll of 800 5th Congressional district likely Republican and Democratic voters May 1-4 for News9 (KWTV) in Oklahoma City.  The margin of error was 3.5%. Nearly two-thirds of respondents felt that high gas prices were creating a hardship on their household, as gas prices in Oklahoma have steadily risen in recent

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  • Fallin leads in congressional race, Cornett’s candidacy still uncertain.

    on May 9, 06 • in US House • with No Comments

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    OKLAHOMA CITY – With less than 90 days before the July 25th primary, Lt. Gov. Mary Fallin led the field of congressional hopefuls with 49.5% and all other candidates in the single digits.  However, when Mick Cornett, the mayor of Oklahoma City and another possible candidate, is tested along side the other announced candidates, Fallin falls to 30.5% and Cornett gains 28.8% of the vote. SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion research firm in Oklahoma City, conducted the telephone poll of 400 5th Congressional district likely Republican voters May 1-4th for News9 (KWTV) in Oklahoma City.  The

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