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Tate Reeves- Billy Hewes Poll 052711

Tate Reeves- Billy Hewes Poll 052711

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CONFIDENTIAL MEMORANDUM
TO: INTERESTED PARTIESFROM: TONY FABRIZIO & DAVID LEERE: MISSISSIPPI STATEWIDE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY SURVEYDATE: MAY 26, 2011As part of a recent statewide survey in Mississippi, Fabrizio, McLaughlin & Associates asked400 likely Republican primary voters their opinions on the open-seat Lieutenant Governor’sprimary.
Key Findings
 
 
At this point in the race, State Treasurer Tate Reeves has a substantial lead over StateSenator Billy Hewes in the Republican primary for Lt. Governor.
 
However, it is important to note that nearly one-third of likely Republican Primary votersare currently undecided.
“If the Republican Primary for LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR were held today and the candidateswere (ROTATE) Tate Reeves and Billy Hewes, for whom would you vote?”
Likely GOPPrimary Voters
Reeves 51%Hewes 18%Undecided 31%
 
Looking at the ballot results regionally, Reeves currently leads Hewes by significantmargins in 5 of the 6 largest media markets in the state.
 
Reeves leads Hewes by 61 points in the Jackson media market, which historically makesup more than one-third of the statewide Republican primary electorate.
 
Hewes currently leads in his home market of Biloxi-Gulfport by a 46% to 18% margin.
 
Hewes also currently leads in the two smallest media markets of New Orleans andGreenwood/Greenville - although the leads in those markets are within the margin of error for sample sizes that small.
 
“If the Republican Primary for LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR were held today and the candidateswere (ROTATE) Tate Reeves and Billy Hewes, for whom would you vote?”
All Jackson(36%)Biloxi/ Gulfport(17%)Hattiesburg/ Laurel(14%)Memphis(11%)Meridian(8%)Tupelo/ Columbus(7%)NewOrleans(6%)Greenwood/ Greenville(2%)
Reeves 51% 70% 18% 64% 38% 53% 55% 21% 13%Hewes 18% 9% 46% 9% 13% 17% 10% 33% 25%Undecided 31% 20% 36% 27% 49% 30% 34% 46% 63%
 
Currently Reeves holds a significant name awareness advantage over Hewes.
 
Nearly half (48%) of likely Republican primary voters hold a favorable opinion of Reeves and only 4% hold an unfavorable opinion of the State Treasurer.
 
In comparison, State Senator Hewes has a current image rating of 17% favorable and 6%unfavorable.
 
At present, 78% of likely Republican primary voters either have no opinion or have neverheard of Billy Hewes.
“Now I am going to read you a list of names of people in the news. Will you please tell me if youhave a favorable or unfavorable opinion of each person? If you have no opinion or have never heard of the person or organization, just say so… Tate Reeves.
Reeves Image Likely GOPPrimary Voters
Favorable 48%Unfavorable 4%No Opinion 21%Never Heard Of 28%
“Now I am going to read you a list of names of people in the news. Will you please tell me if youhave a favorable or unfavorable opinion of each person? If you have no opinion or have never heard of the person or organization, just say so… Billy Hewes.
Hewes Image Likely GOPPrimary Voters
Favorable 17%Unfavorable 6%No Opinion 23%Never Heard Of 55%
Survey Methodology:
This survey of 400 likely Republican primary voters in the state of Mississippi was conductedMay 23-24, 2011. All interviews were conducted via telephone by professionally trained

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