Thursday, March 29, 2012

CD6: Businessman John Delaney Releases Internal Poll Showing 26% Lead Over Sen. Rob Garagiola // 16% of Voters Undecided

Maryland Juice just received the following polling results from the 6th Congressional District race. These are the internal polls from John Delaney's campaign, but note that his polling firm is a respected Democratic group that has major clients in the state. Their survey shows that the number of undecided voters is shrinking rapidly as we head closer to the April 3rd Primary. Notably, this poll would have us believe that this group of undecided voters seems to be breaking fairly evenly between Milad Pooran and John Delaney.


Delaney Has Big Lead Going Into Final Week

Internal Poll Has Race at 49 to 23 with 16% undecided

A new poll by the Delaney campaign shows progressive businessman John Delaney with a significant lead going into the final weekend. The poll, conducted by Fred Yang of Garin-Hart-Yang Research Group between March 26-27, shows on the first ballot test:

John Delaney
Rob Garagiola
Milad Pooran
Ron Little
Not Sure

In addition, Delaney's positives outweigh his negatives 53/18 while Garagiola's are at 35% positive and 25% negative.

These results are similar to a poll conducted last week by Garin-Hart-Yang Research Group. The results of the first ballot test on the poll conducted last week between March 19-20, were:

John Delaney
Rob Garagiola
Milad Pooran
Ron Little
Not Sure

"Voters have a clear choice in this election and they are supporting John Delaney, the job creator who has been endorsed by President Bill Clinton, Congresswoman Donna Edwards, and the Washington Post," said campaign manager Justin Schall.

The margin of error on both polls was +/- 5%. Each poll was conducted with approximately 400 likely Democratic Primary voters over two nights.


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