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Oklahoma Strategic Solutions

OKLAHOMA GOP PRIMARY VOTER SURVEY

SAMPLE SIZE: 500 Likely 2018 GOP Primary Voters Statewide

FIELD DATES: March 9, 2018
MARGIN OF ERROR : +/- 4.4%
Previous poll from November 30, 2017 shown in red.

1. What political party are you registered with?
3/9/18 11/30/17
Republican 100% 100%

2. How likely would you say you are to vote in the Republican Primary
elections for state, and local offices next June 26th, 2018?

3/9/18 11/30/17
Certain to vote 88.8% 89.0%
Probably vote 11.2% 11.0%

3. Generally speaking, would you say that things in the state of
Oklahoma are headed in the right direction or would you say that
things are seriously headed off on the wrong track?

3/9/18 11/30/17
Right direction 22.4% 19.0%
Wrong track 62.8% 63.4%
Not sure 14.8% 17.6%

4. What would you say is the most important issue facing the state of
Oklahoma today?
3/9/18 11/30/17
Abortion 5.4% 4.4%
Education 29.2% 25.6%
Improving the state economy 10.2% 10.4%
State budget 23.4% 28.0%
Uncovering waste, fraud, & abuse 24.2% 24.4%
Other or don't know 7.6% 7.2%
5. Which of the following statement regarding a candidate for
governor comes closest to your opinion?

The State of Oklahoma badly needs to be fixed and the best way to fix
it is to elect a Governor who is an OUTSIDER and NOT PART of the
Oklahoma City political establishment and who is willing to step on
some toes to fix Oklahoma’s problems.

OR

The State of Oklahoma badly needs to be fixed and the best way to fix
it is to elect a Governor who IS PART of the Oklahoma City political
establishment and has the experience to work together with the other
political leaders to fix Oklahoma’s problems in Oklahoma City.

3/9/18 11/30/17
Insider 25.1% 24.6%
Outsider 49.8% 48.0%
Not Sure 25.1% 27.4%

6. Do you approve the job performance of Governor Mary Fallin?

3/9/18 11/30/17
Yes 22.2% 24.4%
No 56.8% 51.8%
Not sure 21.0% 23.8%

9. Thinking about the Republican primary election for Governor, if the
election were held today, who would you vote for?

3/9/18 11/30/17
Mick Cornett 15.2% 18.4%
Dan Fisher 2.2% 2.2%
Gary Jones 2.8% 3.0%
Todd Lamb 13.8% 11.6%
Gary Richardson 10.0% 5.2%
Kevin Stitt 8.4% 1.4%
Undecided 47.6% 58.2%
D1. If you were to label yourself based on your political beliefs how
would you describe yourself?

Very conservative 53%
Somewhat Conservative 32%
Moderate 11%
Somewhat Liberal 1%
Very liberal 1%
not sure 2%

D2. Age Range

18-34 7%
35-44 9%
45-54 18%
55-64 23%
65 and older 43%

D3. Gender

Male 48%
Female 52%

4. Congressional District (PRE-CODE)

CD 1 24%
CD 2 15%
CD 3 23%
CD 4 20%
CD 5 18%