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Polls, 2010 Secretary of State elections

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See: 2010 Secretary of State Election Racetracking for information on how these polls may factor into election outcome predictions.

Arizona

Arizona Secretary of State election, 2010


Date of Poll Pollster Republican Party Ken Bennett (R) Democratic Party Chris Deschene (D) Neither Undecided Number polled
October 7 - 10[1] Moore Information 46% 28% 2% 23% 500

Arkansas

Arkansas Secretary of State election, 2010


Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Pat O'Brien (D) Republican Party Mark Martin (R) Undecided Number polled
October 15 - 19[2] Mason-Dixon 39% 42% 19% 625

Colorado

Colorado Secretary of State election, 2010


Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Bernie Buescher (D) Republican Party Scott Gessler (R) Another Candidate Undecided Number polled
August 25 - 26[3] Magellan 31% 37% 15% 17%% 954
October 19 - 21[4] Survey USA 34% 37% 11% 18% 621

Connecticut

Connecticut Secretary of State election, 2010


Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Denise Merrill (D) Republican Party Jerry Farrell (R) Green Party S. Michael DeRosa (G) Libertarian Party Ken Mosher (L) Michael J. Telesca (I) Undecided Number polled
October 19 - 20[5] Suffolk University 32% 22% 3% 1% 3% 39% 500

Illinois

Illinois Secretary of State election, 2010
Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Jesse White (D) Republican Party Robert Enriquez (R) Libertarian Party Josh Manson (L) Undecided Number polled
Sept. 30 - Oct. 3[6] Suffolk University 60% 15% 5% 20% 500

Indiana

Indiana Secretary of State election, 2010
Date of Poll Pollster Republican Party Charlie White (R) Democratic Party Vop Osili (D) Libertarian Party Mike Wherry (L) Undecided Number polled
Sept. 29 - Oct. 1[7] EPIC-MRA 39% 29% 5% 27% 500

Iowa

Iowa Secretary of State election, 2010
Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Michael Mauro (D) Republican Party Matt Schultz (R) Undecided Number polled
July 25 - 28[8] Concordia Group LLC 30% 33% 35% 500

Kansas

Kansas Secretary of State election, 2010
Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Chris Biggs (D) Republican Party Kris Kobach (R) Libertarian Party Phillip Lucas (L) Derek Langseth (Reform) Undecided Number polled
August 12 - 15[9] Survey USA 30% 62% 2% 2% 4% 588
September 12 - 15[10] Survey USA 36% 53% 3% 3% 4% 602

Michigan

Michigan Secretary of State election, 2010

Republican Primary

Date of Poll Pollster Cameron Brown (R) Ruth Johnson (R) Michelle McManus (R) Anne Norlander (R) Paul Scott (R) Undecided Number polled
July 12 - 13[11] Glengariff Group 7.6% 4.4% 9.4% 2.2% 5.2% 71.2% 500

General Election

Date of Poll Pollster Republican Party Ruth Johnson (R) Democratic Party Jocelyn Benson (D) Undecided Number polled
September 7 - 8[12] Glengariff Group 43.5% 31.3% 24.2% 600
September 17 - 19[13] Public Policy Polling 39% 30% 31% 497

Nevada

Nevada Secretary of State election, 2010


Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Ross Miller (D) Republican Party Rob Lauer (R) Another Candidate None Undecided Number polled
August 23 - 25[14] Mason-Dixon 41% 27% 3% 11% 18% 625
October 8 - 11[15] Suffolk University 40% 24% 9% 3% 24% 500

New Mexico

New Mexico Secretary of State election, 2010


Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Mary Herrara (D) Republican Party Dianna Duran (R) Undecided Number polled
October 14 - 19[16] Public Opinion Strategies 34% 49% 17% 800

Ohio

Ohio Secretary of State election, 2010
Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Maryellen O'Shaughnessy (D) Republican Party Jon Husted (R) Another Candidate Undecided Number polled
August 25 - September 3[17] Columbus Dispatch 39% 42% 4% 15% 1,662
October 4 - 6[18] Suffolk University 40% 33% 4% 23% 500

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Secretary of State election, 2010
Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Ralph Mollis (D) Republican Party Catherine Taylor (R) Undecided Number polled
September 27 - 29[19] Brown University 39.1% 28.3% 32.6% 565

South Dakota

South Dakota Secretary of State election, 2010


Date of Poll Pollster Republican Party Jason Gant (R) Democratic Party Ben Nesselhuf (D) Constitution Party Lori Stacey (CP) Undecided Number polled
September 20 - October 6[20] McGovern Center 35% 23% 2% 38% 393

Vermont

Vermont Secretary of State election, 2010


Date of Poll Pollster Democratic Party Jim Condos (D) Republican Party Jason Gibbs (R) Leslie Marmorale (LU) Undecided Number polled
October 11 - 13[21] Mason-Dixon 39% 36% 2% 23% 625

See also

References

  1. Sonoran Alliance "Poll: Republican statewide candidates romp Democrats in every race" 14 Oct. 2010
  2. Arkansas News "Poll: Races for lieutenant governor, secretary of state virtual dead heats" 21 Oct. 2010
  3. Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies "Colorado Statewide Elections Survey Release" 31 Aug. 2010
  4. 9 News "Latest poll: Bennet and Buck tied in Senate race" 25 Oct. 2010
  5. Suffolk University "Democrats Leading for Governor and U.S. Senate in Connecticut" 21 Oct. 2010
  6. Suffolk University "Illinois Senate and Gubernatorial Race and State Issues" 4 Oct. 2010
  7. NWI Times "Poll: White ahead in Ind. secretary of state race" 6 Oct. 2010
  8. The Iowa Republican "Newcomer Schultz Leads Mauro in Secretary of State Race" 5 Aug. 2010
  9. KWCH - Channel 12 "Republicans hold solid lead in all statewide races" 17 Aug. 2010
  10. Survey USA "Results of SurveyUSA Election Poll #17081" 17 Sept. 2010
  11. The Detroit News "Support split for GOP AG hopefuls" 19 July, 2010
  12. Glengariff Group, Inc. "Michigan September 2010 General Election Survey" 9 Sept. 2010
  13. Public Policy Polling "Snyder Headed to Blowout Over Bernero for MI Gov." 21 Sept. 2010
  14. Las Vegas Review-Journal "Pre-debate poll shows Sandoval still in lead" 30 Aug. 2010
  15. Suffolk University "Harry Reid with 3 Point Lead in Tight Nevada Senate Race" 13 Oct. 2010
  16. Public Opinion Strategies "Key Findings from Statewide Tracking" 19 Oct. 2010
  17. The Columbus Dispatch "GOP resurgent" 5 Sept. 2010
  18. Suffolk University "Republicans Leading for U.S. Senator and Governor" 7 Oct. 2010
  19. Brown University "Caprio, Cicilline and Langevin lead R.I. races" 5 Oct. 2010
  20. Dakota Wesleyan University "Republicans Hold Advantage in Constitutional Races But Most Offices Still Up for Grabs" 21 Oct. 2010
  21. Vermont Public Radio "VPR Poll Shows Voters Undecided In Several Statewide Races" 15 Oct. 2010