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SD-AL Nielson Brothers Aug 10 2014

SD-AL Nielson Brothers Aug 10 2014

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Published by Daily Kos Elections
Recently released poll of South Dakota Congressional Race between Kristi Noem (R) and Corinna Robinson (D) by local pollster.
Recently released poll of South Dakota Congressional Race between Kristi Noem (R) and Corinna Robinson (D) by local pollster.

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Date: August 10, 2014
 
Survey: Nielson Brothers Polling, South Dakota US House Election Survey, July 23 to 28, 2014
 
Subject: South Dakota US House Election Match up and Candidate Favorables
 
Contact information: nbpolling@gmail.com, 605 496-0911; editor@nplainsnews.com 
 
or 605 351-5021.
 
Noem Holds Strong Lead over Robinson in Nielson Brothers Survey
 Incumbent Republican Representative Kristi Noem holds an 18-point lead over Democratic challenger Corinna Robinson in the July 23 - 28 Nielson Brothers Polling/Northern Plains News (NBP/NPN) poll. Rep. Noem led Robinson 54 percent to 36 percent with 10 percent undecided.
The NBP/NPN poll also asked respondents about Corinna Robinson’s favorability
and name recognition. Among all likely voters polled, 10 percent had a
“favorable” response, 23 percent were “unfavorable” and 8 percent were “undecided.” 59 percent did not recognize Robinson’s name. “Republican voters have largely made up their minds, as 82 percent support Noem, 12 percent support Robinson and 6 percent are ‘undecided,’” says Paul
Nielson, partner in Nielson Brothers Polling. Among Democrats, 68 percent support Robinson, 20 percent support Noem, with
12 percent “undecided.”
 Independents split between the candidates, as 41 percent support Noem, 37 percent support Robinson, with 22 p
ercent “undecided
 
“In spite of very low favorability and name recognition, Corinna Robinson is drawing over 35 percent of support,” reports Nielson. “However, with Kristi Noem currently reaching 54 percent of support, and with ‘undecideds’ at just
over 10 percent, Robinson will need to change some minds as she increases her
recognition.”
 
Over 18 percent of Democrats polled indicated a “favorable” response to Robinson, with 19 percent “unfavorable” and 11 percent “undecided.” A
majority (51 percent) of D
emocrats questioned did not recognize Robinson’s
name.
For Republicans, 5 percent had a “favorable” response to Robinson, with 25 percent “unfavorable” and 7 percent “undecided.” Nearly two
-thirds (63 percent) of Republican respondents did not recognize R
obinson’s name.
 

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