More on the SurveyUSA Poll Results

Some are having difficulty correctly comprehending the cross tabs of the latest senate poll. Here’s the skinny on the ‘Change Your Mind’ section – Could Change / Mind Made columns. A few folks seem to think the data indicate 38% of respondents could change their minds when it comes to voting for Bruce Lunsford and that 43% already have their minds made up.

In actuality, 24% of likely voters who responded say they could change their mind (see the bottom of the tabs) and a whopping 74% have their mind made up. Of the 24% who could change their mind, 38% are currently with Lunsford. Of the 74% who have their minds made up, 43% are with Lunsford.

Just wanted to break those points down.

Senate Poll Results: Lunsford has Huge Lead

In the ongoing battle (haha. battle. hahaha.) for the Democratic nod for U.S. Senate, we’re finally seeing some solid poll results. WHAS11 & SurveyUSA today released polling data that shows Bruce Lunsford the front-runner, more than 35 points ahead of opponent Greg Fischer. And like we said months ago, Fischer’s name I.D. is way below that of perennial candidate and moonbat David Lynn Williams, who is sitting at 11%.

Long story short:

  • Lunsford 42%
  • Other 17%
  • Williams 11%
  • Undecided 8%
  • Fischer 6%
  • Rice 5%
  • Wylie 5%
  • Cassaro 4%

See that? Lunsford has more support than than the rest of the candidate field combined. Fischer is sitting at the same level as three unknowns who have absolutely no shot– and he has a full campaign staff that has been spending money for months. We’re just seven short weeks away from the primary so there’s no possible way for Fischer to catch up. (But there’s still plenty of time for Michael Cassaro to finish in third place if we works hard enough.)

Love it or hate it, Bruce Lunsford is the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate. Contributing to anyone else at this point would be a waste of money and a waste of time. It’s time to prepare for the McConnell whipping Bruce is going to experience.

SurveyUSA: New Polling Data Coming Soon?

Two readers in as many days have written in to let us know they received calls from SurveyUSA.

The in-depth poll pits national Republicans against Democrats in Kentucky and weighs approval on several fronts. We also hear there will be updated McConnell numbers.

Should provide some evidence either way for the root of last Tuesday’s double-digit landslide.