Stapleton Leads GOP Primary Opponents by Double Digits

Aaron Flint posted on November 19, 2013 16:07 :: 2395 Views

The campaign for Republican US House candidate Corey Stapleton (R-Billings) is touting the results of a new poll showing the candidate with a double digit lead over his opponents in the GOP primary.  That same poll by Democratic polling firm PPP also shows every House candidate leading Democrat John Lewis, a career staffer to Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT).

From the Stapleton campaign:

In case you missed it, the latest survey of Montana voters shows Corey Stapleton leading the US House race in primary and general contests.   Democrat polling firm PPP showed Stapleton holding a double digit lead over Republican primary opponents. 32% of GOP primary voters prefer Stapleton compared to opponents Brad Johnson (20%), Ryan Zinke (9%), and Matthew Rosendale (9%).


New polling data out from a Democratic-leaning pollster shows newcomer Congressman Steve Daines (R-MT) with a healthy lead over all potential Democratic challengers.  Meanwhile, a potential Republican primary opponent only draws 7% in a potential matchup with Daines. (Edmunds will say later this week if he will run for the House or the Senate)

Click here for the full poll results, here’s the summary of the results:

 Bohlinger campaign response:

 Walsh campaign response:

PPP Poll Shows Daines with Clear Lead for US Senate

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