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BRYANT, REEVES & HOSEMAN HEADED FOR BIG WINS

Republican incumbents Phil Bryant, Tate Reeves and Delbert Hoseman are
headed for landslide wins in their re-election races.
In the governors race Bryant leads Democrat Robert Gray 66%-28%. In the
lieutenant governors, Tate Reeves leads Democrat Tim Johnson 57%-33%. In the
race for Secretary of State, Delbert Hoseman leads Democrat Charles Graham
63%-27%.

QUESTION: If the 2015 general election for governor were held today
would you vote for:
Robert Gray Democrat
Phil Bryant Republican
Shawn OHara Reform Party
GRAY

BRYANT

OHARA

28%

66%

1%

GRAY

BRYANT

OHARA

27%
29%

68%
65%

1%
1%

RACE

GRAY

BRYANT

OHARA

White
Black

9%
72%

87%
17%

GRAY

BRYANT

OHARA

71%
1%
21%

18%
96%
71%

3%
1%

STATE
SEX
Men
Women

PARTY ID
Democrat
Republican
Independent

1%
1%

UNDECIDED
5%
UNDECIDED
4%
5%
UNDECIDED
3%
10%
UNDECIDED
8%
3%
7%

QUESTION: If the 2015 general election for lieutenant governor were


held today, would you vote for:
Tim Johnson Democrat
Tate Reeves Republican
Ron Williams Libertarian
Rosa Williams Reform Party
JOHNSON REEVES WILLIAMS-L WILLIAMS-R UNDECIDED
STATE
SEX
Men
Women
RACE
White
Black
PARTY ID
Democrat
Republican
Independent

33%

57%

2%

8%

JOHNSON REEVES WILLIAMS-L WILLIAMS-R UNDECIDED


30%
35%

61%
54%

3%
1%

6%
10%

JOHNSON REEVES WILLIAMS-L WILLIAMS-R UNDECIDED


14%
77%

78%
8%

2%
1%

6%
14%

JOHNSON REEVES WILLIAMS-L WILLIAMS-R UNDECIDED


76%
4%
25%

14%
88%
59%

1%
1%
6%

9%
7%
10%

QUESTION: If the 2015 general election for Mississippi Secretary of State


were held today, would you vote for:
Charles Graham Democrat
Delbert Hoseman Republican
Randy Walker Reform Party
GRAHAM

HOSEMAN

WALKER

UNDECIDED

27%

63%

2%

8%

GRAHAM

HOSEMAN

WALKER

UNDECIDED

24%
29%

66%
61%

2%
2%

8%
8%

RACE

GRAHAM

HOSEMAN

WALKER

UNDECIDED

White
Black

7%
73%

83%
16%

GRAHAM

HOSEMAN

71%
1%
11%

18%
91%
79%

STATE
SEX
Men
Women

PARTY ID
Democrat
Republican
Independent

3%
WALKER
3%
3%

7%
11%
UNDECIDED
8%
8%
7%

HOW THE POLL WAS CONDUCTED


This poll was conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, Inc. of Jacksonville,
Florida from October 21 through October, 2015. A total of 625 registered
Mississippi voters were interviewed statewide by telephone. All stated they were
likely to vote in the November general election.
Those interviewed on land-lines were selected by the random variation of the last
four digits of telephone numbers. A cross-section of exchanges was utilized in
order to ensure an accurate reflection of the state. Those interviewed on cell
phones were selected from a list of working cell phone numbers. Quotas were
assigned to reflect voter registration by county.
The margin for error, according to standards customarily used by statisticians, is
no more than 4 percentage points. This means that there is a 95 percent
probability that the "true" figure would fall within that range if all voters were
surveyed. The margin for error is higher for any subgroup, such as a gender or
racial grouping.

DEMOGRAPHICS
PARTY REGISTRATION:

AGE:

Democrat
Republican
Independent or Other

218 (35%)
304 (49%)
103 (16%)

18-34
35-49
50-64
65+
Refused

83 (13%)
180 (29%)
200 (32%)
161 (26%)
1

RACE/ETHNICITY:
White/Caucasian
422 (68%)
Black/African American 187 (30%)
Other/Refused
16 (2%)

SEX:

Male
Female

301 (48%)
324 (52%)

REGION:

1st Congressional District


2nd Congressional District
3rd Congressional District
4th Congressional District

152 (24%)
144 (23%)
162 (26%)
167 (27%)