LANSING, Mich. – Republican U.S. Senate candidate Sandy Pensler holds a solid 10 percentage point lead over his primary opponent John James heading into the last two months of the primary campaign.

The poll was conducted of 627 likely primary voters on May 28 & 29. The question read:

And, if the primary election for U.S. Senate was held today, and the candidates were John James and Sandy Pensler, for whom would you vote?

John James…………………………………………………………..26%

Sandy Pensler …………………………………………………….. 36%

Undecided.……………………………………………………..……38%

“Now that both candidates have been on television, Sandy Pensler continues to hold a solid ten percentage point lead over James,” said Tom Shields, President of MRG. “More and more Republican voters are making up their minds on this race and the choice is Sandy Pensler to take on Debbie Stabenow in the fall.”

The Poll was conducted on behalf of the Pensler for Senate campaign.

Methodology

Marketing Resource Group conducted a survey of 627 Likely Republican Primary Voters on landlines using Interactive Voice Technology. The survey was conducted May 28-29, 2017. A sample of 627 on a Republican Primary survey yields a margin of error of +/-3.8 percent with a 95 percent confidence interval for those with landline telephones. Given the age, race, and geographic make-up of the Republican primary voters, landline interviews are a close approximation of the entire Republican primary voter population. The margin of error for subgroups may be considerable higher depending on the size of the subgroup.

 

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