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Daniel….. New Mexico Governor: Democrats having MAJOR Troubles all over the Country; Dona Ana District Attorney Susana Martinez (R-NM) leads Primary and General Elections new Survey USA shows …..

Hello Folks and Good Morning!

Republicans might be in for a pretty strong Night come November in the Mountain West.


According to a new KOB-TV / Survey USA Dona Ana District Attorney Susana Martinez (R-NM) leads the Republican Primary and tops Lieutenant Governor Diane Denish (D-NM) by 6 Points. This is really amazing in how much TROUBLE Democrats are.

KOB-TV / Survey USA Poll

New Mexico Governor

Republican Primary

Dona Ana District Attorney Susana Martinez  43 %
Businessman Allan Weh  33 %
Attorney Pete Domenici Jr.  8 %
Public Relations Firm Owner Doug Turner  8 %
State Representative Janice Arnold-Jones  3 %
Undecided  5 %

General Election

Dona Ana District Attorney Susana Martinez (R)  49 %
New Mexico Lieutenant Governor Diane Denish (D)  43 %
Undecided  8 %

New Mexico Lieutenant Governor Diane Denish (D)  47 %
Businessman Allan Weh (R)  42 %
Undecided  10 %

New Mexico Lieutenant Governor Diane Denish (D)  46 %
Attorney Pete Domenici Jr. (R)  40 %
Undecided  14 %

New Mexico Lieutenant Governor Diane Denish (D)  50 %
Public Relations Firm Owner Doug Turner (R)  36 %
Undecided  14 %

New Mexico Lieutenant Governor Diane Denish (D)  49 %
State Representative Janice Arnold-Jones (R)  35 %
Undecided  16 %

Analysis:

In New Mexico Governor Contest, Susana Martinez Atop Weh in GOP Primary, Atop Denish in November General Election: In a Republican Primary for New Mexico Governor today, 05/26/10, 6 days until votes are counted, Dona Ana County District Attorney Susana Martinez defeats businessman Allen Weh 43% to 33%, according to a KOB-TV poll conducted by SurveyUSA. Among those who say they have already voted, Martinez leads by 17 points; among those who say they will vote on or before 06/01/10, Martinez leads by 9.

Weh polls above 40% only among the youngest GOP Primary voters. Martinez, who was endorsed by Sarah Palin 10 days ago, polls above 40% in 20 different demographic groups, including male and female voters, white and Hispanic voters, voters with a college degree and voters without, voters in Bernalillo County and voters elsewhere in NM.

In a November general election match-up against Democratic Lt Governor Diane Denish, Martinez runs ever-so-slightly ahead of Denish today, the only one of the 5 GOP candidates to do so. 5 months out, the hypothetical November pairings look this way:

Martinez 49%, Denish 43%.
Denish 46%, Domenici 40%
Denish 47%, Weh 42%
Denish 49%, Arnold-Jones 35%
Denish 50%, Turner 36%

Much can and should be expected to change between now and 11/02/10.
Filtering: SurveyUSA interviewed 2,200 New Mexico adults 05/23/10 through 5/25/10. Of them, 1,895 were registered to vote. Of the registered voters, 464 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote in the 06/01/10 Republican Primary; 1,405 were determined to be likely to vote in the 11/02/10 general election. Questions about the GOP primary were asked only of likely GOP Primary voters. Questions about the November general election were asked of all NM likely voters. Early primary voting began on 05/04/10. 1 in 5 primary voters have already voted. Incumbent Governor Bill Richardson is term limited.

Daniel G.

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May 27, 2010 - Posted by | Blogs, Breaking News, Daniel G @ PolitcalDog, Government, Media, Men, Politics, Polls, Projections, Updates, Women | ,

1 Comment »

  1. AND Rasmussen confirms SUSA’s New Mexico Survey showing Denish only up one Point over Martinez.

    Call this Race a Toss-Up now.

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections/election_2010/election_2010_governor_elections/new_mexico/election_2010_new_mexico_governor

    Comment by Daniel G. | May 27, 2010 | Reply


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