New poll shows Oklahoma voters support Romney
TULSA (KFAQ) - A new survey shows Mitt Romney continues to hold a significant lead in Oklahoma over President Barack Obama. The survey conducted by SoonerPoll.com showed 58 percent showing support for Romney with 33 percent saying they would vote for the re-election of President Obama.
In the survey of 305 likely voters taken by phone October 18-24th, 33 percent said they would vote for the re-election of President Barack Obama – a slight improvement from the 29 percent in August who, at that time, said they’d vote for the president.
Governor Mitt Romney remained at 58%, with President Obama’s gain since August coming from undecided voters, which now sits at just 8 percent.
“The main reason for Governor Romney’s dominance in the poll is his command of all of the top demographic groups,” said Bill Shapard, CEO of SoonerPoll.com. “I expect that the remaining undecideds will pre-dominantly break for Governor Romney putting him above 60 percent on election day.”
Read more details about the poll from SoonerPoll.com