Posts Tagged ‘Coburn’

  • Oklahomans satisfied overall with outcome of elections.

    on Nov 26, 04 • in Statewide • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma voters were satisfied overall with the outcome of the Presidential and the U.S. Senate elections that were held earlier this month, according to a post election survey conducted by SoonerPoll.com. The telephone poll of 500 statewide likely voters commissioned by Fox25 in Oklahoma City and KSWO Channel 7 in Lawton was conducted Monday to Wednesday of this week. The margin of error was 4.4%. A full 92% of Republican voters in Oklahoma were satisfied with the outcome of the presidential race, with just under half of all Democrats satisfied. Among those

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  • Coburn takes substantial lead in U.S. Senate race.

    on Oct 29, 04 • in US Senate • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – With less than 4 days until the election, the numbers for Oklahoma’s open U.S. Senate seat are moving. Tom Coburn (R) has taken a significant lead over Brad Carson (D) for the first time since the primary. SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion research firm in Oklahoma City, conducted the telephone poll of 498 statewide likely voters Wednesday and Thursday for Fox25 in Oklahoma City and KSWO in Lawton showing Coburn with 44.4%, Carson with 35.1%, Independent Sheila Bilyeu with 4.2%, and 16.3% still undecided. The margin of error was 4.4%. In cross-party voting,

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  • Negative campaigning takes its toll on U.S. Senate race.

    on Oct 21, 04 • in US Senate • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Ten days out and the race for Oklahoma’s open U.S. Senate seat couldn’t get any uglier. A poll by SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion firm in Oklahoma City, conducted Wednesday and Thursday showed Tom Coburn (R) with 38.0%, Brad Carson (D) with 36.8%, Independent Sheila Bilyeu with 5.8%, and 19.4% undecided. The telephone poll, conducted for Fox25 News in Oklahoma City and KSWO-TV in Lawton, included 500 statewide likely general election voters, with a margin of error of 4.4%. Last week, both candidates’ numbers had risen over 40%, but this week both dropped,

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  • More voters pick a candidate as U.S. Senate race remains close.

    on Oct 14, 04 • in US Senate • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Only eighteen days before the election, Brad Carson (D) regained his lead over Tom Coburn (R) in the U.S. Senate race. The lead, however, is still within the margin of error. SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion research firm in Oklahoma City, conducted the telephone poll of 300 statewide likely voters Thursday for Fox25 in Oklahoma City and KSWO in Lawton showing Carson with 43.3%, Coburn with 40.6%, 2% for Independent Sheila Bilyeu and 14% undecided. The survey had a margin of error of 5.7%. The week since the last Senate debate has given

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  • Post Debates, Carson and Coburn are tied.

    on Oct 7, 04 • in US Senate • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Following two debates of the candidates, one on NBC’s Meet the Press and another in Oklahoma City, both Brad Carson (D) and Tom Coburn (R) are tied with just under a month left to campaign. SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion research firm in Oklahoma City, conducted the telephone poll of 330 statewide likely voters Thursday for Fox25 in Oklahoma City showing Carson with 39.8%, 39.2% for Coburn and 21% undecided. The survey had a margin of error of 5.4%. It would appear that Carson has begun to lose grip of his party base

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  • U.S. Senate race, Carson adds to his lead.

    on Sep 24, 04 • in US Senate • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Support for U.S. Senate candidate Brad Carson (D) continued to increase this week, while Republican Tom Coburn’s support remained steady. Carson’s lead is once again outside the margin of error. SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion research firm in Oklahoma City, conducted the telephone poll of 553 statewide likely voters for Fox25 in Oklahoma City showing Carson with 44.1%, 37.2% for Coburn and 18.8% undecided. The survey had a margin of error of 4.1%. Both candidates continue to dominate within their own parties, while Carson also added to his lead among women voters and

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  • Carson maintains small lead as race tightens.

    on Sep 23, 04 • in US Senate • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Tom Coburn (R) may have made up some ground over the last week, but remains in a tight battle with Brad Carson (D) and within the margin of error to replace retiring Senator Don Nickles next year. SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion research firm in Oklahoma City, conducted the telephone poll of 394 statewide likely voters for Fox25 in Oklahoma City showing Carson with 39.8%, 37% for Coburn and 23.3% undecided. The survey had a margin of error of 4.9%. “The poll presents several weaknesses of both candidates and could very well explain

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  • Carson takes lead in U.S. Senate race as Coburn goes on the defense.

    on Sep 16, 04 • in US Senate • with No Comments

    The leader in the polls in the U.S. Senate race in Oklahoma has changed for a second time as Brad Carson (D) takes the lead in what is expected to be one of closest and most watched Senate races in the country

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  • In U.S. Senate race, Coburn gains ground in August.

    on Sep 1, 04 • in US Senate • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Coming off of a competitive primary in late July, Tom Coburn (R) started the month of August almost even with his Democratic competitor Brad Carson, considering the margin of error of 3.5%. Yet, August was a good month for the former congressman from Muskogee, gaining a slight lead by the end of month and just beyond the margin of error. SoonerPoll.com, a public opinion research firm in Oklahoma City, conducted the tracking survey of 435 statewide general election voters on August 30th, and compared the results with a baseline poll run on

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