Two new polls show Gov. Rick Perry ahead by a significant margin in the Texas gubernatorial race. In Public Policy Polling’s (PPP) last survey of the race this cycle, Perry trumps Democrat Bill White 53-44 percent, and in a poll from five state newspapers More…, the incumbent leads 49-37 percent.
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Two new polls released over the weekend have Gov. Rick Perry above the 50 percent mark and decidedly ahead of Democratic challenger Bill White in the Texas gubernatorial race. Rasmussen’s poll More…, conducted on Oct. 21, finds Perry at 51 percent to 43 percent supporting White. A poll from the
New polls continue to put Texas Gov. Rick Perry on a clear path toward reelection in three weeks. In a new survey released by ccAdvertising More… on Tuesday, Perry leads Democrat Bill White 49.82-35.57 percent, with 14.61 percent still undecided.
Texas Lyceum More… released a new poll on Texas gubernatorial race Wednesday that shows incumbent Gov. Rick Perry maintaining his lead over his opponent, though by a smaller margin than other recent polls. Perry is ahead of Democratic challenger Bill White 48-43 percent with only three percent of voters undecided. The
Two polls measuring the Texas governor race released Tuesday showed Bill White either tied or within close striking distance of Gov. Rick Perry, but both surveys were conducted on behalf of left-leaning groups or individuals. Countering those numbers, Public Policy Polling More… released Wednesday their first poll of the race since
Rasmussen’s new survey More… on Texas’ gubernatorial race shows essentially no movement since the firm last looked at the race a month ago. In the poll released today, incumbent Gov. Rick Perry leads his Democratic challenger Bill White 49-41 percent. The poll of 500 likely voters has a +/- 4.5 percentage points.