A survey of likely Republican voters who were interviewed April 26-28, 2010 finds Chris Dudley leading at 30%, Allen Alley second at 13%, Bill Sizemore next at 8%, and then John Lim at 6%. The other candidates combined have 2%. 41% are undecided.
An earlier survey, with interviews March 1-3,2010, that included only the top four candidates in this survey found Chris Dudley leading at 21%, Allen Alley second at 9%, Bill Sizemore next at 8%, and then John Lim at 3%. 59% were undecided.
Combining these results, Chris Dudley’s support has increased 9% during the past two months or so, Allen Alley’s has increased 4%, , and then John Lim’s at 3%. Bill Sizemore’s support is unchanged.
The results from the March 1-3, 2010 survey are posted at: http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=2837
If the Republican Primary election for Governor were held today, would you vote for: Bill Sizemore, John Lim, Darren Karr, Clark Colvin, William Ames Curtright, Chris Dudley, Bob Forthan, Allen Alley, or Rex O Watkins?
The survey consisted of 400 live telephone interviews of likely 2010 Oregon Republican Primary voters completed April 26-28, 2010.The margin of error at the sample median was 5 percent. Likelihood based on a turnout model that includes vote history, gender, age, and region. The candidates are listed in ballot order.
An earlier survey on the Republican Gubernatorial Primary was conducted March 1-3, 2010 with identical methodology. This survey only included Alley, Dudley, Lim, and Sizemore. The names were rotated in this survey because the random alphabet ballot order was not known.
Lindholm Company is not currently working with any of the candidates in the contest.