Gingrich leads Romney by two-to-one margin in Oklahoma

Republican presidential candidate and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich received the support of one-third of the 400 likely Republican Primary voters polled...

Tulsa World: Republican focus group likes Newt Gingrich over all

By Randy Krehbiel World Staff Writer Newt Gingrich's charisma and intelligence may trump all other considerations for Tulsa-area Republicans, a focus group of likely voters...

Trump leads in Oklahoma, then Carson, Fiorina makes a play for third

The latest quarterly poll from SoonerPoll, Oklahoma's only non-partisan polling firm, has Donald Trump leading in the state with just under one-third of the...

State favors McCain

The statewide survey also finds that Sen. Obama is gaining ground in the Tulsa area. Republican presidential nominee John McCain continues to enjoy a wide...

SoonerPoll: Clinton remains frontrunner, but Sanders continues to rise

The latest SoonerPoll for the Democratic Presidential ballot should worry Hillary Clinton.  While she maintains just a 16-point lead now, that lead has narrowed...

Santorum leads in Oklahoma

Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum leads the pack of Republican primary candidates in Oklahoma, according to a recent SoonerPoll survey. If the election were held...

SoonerPoll: Trump loses steam, Cruz remains steady, Rubio rockets to a close third

The latest SoonerPoll tracking of the Republican presidential candidates continues to show Trump leading, but the effect of those dropping out of the race and...

“No Clear Consensus:” Republican Primary Panel discusses the state of the GOP primary

Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum leads the pack of Republican primary candidates in Oklahoma, but voters think some candidates are better than others when...

Tulsa World: Gingrich leads GOP poll in Oklahoma

By RANDY KREHBIEL World Staff Writer Former U.S. Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich is a clear leader for the Republican presidential nomination among members...

Oklahomans get their say.

'A fool and his money are soon elected.' Will Rogers Oklahoma got its say last night in presidential politics, but took a much different course than...