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  • 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 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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  • Polling shows Republicans will become the majority in the House for first time in state history.

    on Oct 29, 04 • in Statewide • with No Comments

    OKLAHOMA CITY – For the first time since 1922, Republicans will likely take control of the State House of Representatives after next Tuesday’s elections and gain an overall 6 seats, according to The telephone polls were conducted in competitive house districts from October 26 through October 29. Each poll had a sample size of 300 likely voters, and had a margin of error of 5.5%. House seats were divided into six columns from Solidly Democrat to Solidly Republican. Freshman lawmakers or vulnerable candidates were placed in two other columns for likely Democrats and likely

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