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Rooney Still Leads in FL-19 GOP Primary

RESULTS HERE > FLORIDA GOP PRIMARY SURVEY

August 29, 2016

Contact: Titus Bond
Phone: 913-636-1532 (cell)
Email: tbond@remingtonresearchgroup.com

Kansas City, MO – Remington Research Group has completed a second public and independent survey of likely Republican primary voters in Florida’s 19th Congressional District. The survey was conducted August 29, 2016. 1,119 likely Republican primary voters participated in the survey and the margin of error is +/-2.9%. The survey was paid for and commissioned independent of any campaign or committee. The first survey was conducted August 14 through August 15, 2016.

The data show that Francis Rooney holds 46% of the vote and leads his closest competitor, Chauncey Goss, by 15 points. The other candidate, Dan Bongino trails by 30 points with 16% support. Just 7% of likely Republican voters remain undecided.

Full ballot results below | Full Survey Here

The candidates in the Republican primary election for United States Congress are Francis Rooney, Dan Bongino and Chauncey Goss. If the election were held today, for whom would you vote?

Francis Rooney: 46%
Chauncey Goss: 31%
Dan Bongino: 16%
Undecided: 7%

The survey also found that 64% of likely voters have already cast their votes in the race. Of those that say they have voted, Rooney leads Goss by twelve points, 47% to 35%. Bongino garners 15% of the early vote with 3% refusing to say who they voted for.

The results of the first independent survey conducted by Remington Research Group in this campaign were questioned by the trailing candidates. NBC-2 News went as far as to write blatantly false information about the survey in addition to calling the poll "bogus."

"Remington Research Group conducted a second independent and public survey of this race even with the scrutiny we faced when we released numbers two weeks ago," said Titus Bond, Director of Remington Research Group. “Rooney’s lead remains solid and with two thirds of voters having already cast their ballot, this race is all but over."

Bond continued, "Chauncey Goss alleged that he was tied in his internal polling. It is interesting to note that Goss' campaign finance reports do not include any payments to polling firms, but either way, tomorrow we will find out who is right."

Remington Research Group is a polling firm that specializes in automated IVR technology. The firm was founded in an effort to provide more reliable and affordable polling for campaigns throughout the country. Remington Research Group surveys have been featured in RealClearPolitics, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, the Wall Street Journal and numerous local media throughout the United States. For more information visit Remington Research Group

Rooney Leads by Wide Margin

RESULTS HERE > FL-19 GOP PRIMARY SURVEY

August 16, 2016

Contact: Titus Bond
Phone: 913-636-1532 (cell)
Email: tbond@remingtonresearchgroup.com

Kansas City, MO – Remington Research Group has completed a public survey of likely Republican primary voters in Florida’s 19th Congressional District. The survey was conducted August 14 through August 15, 2016. 1,606 likely Republican primary voters participated in the survey and the margin of error is +/-2.4%. The survey was paid for and commissioned independent of any campaign or committee.

The data show that Francis Rooney holds 45% of the vote and leads his closest competitor, Chauncey Goss, by 16 points. The other candidate, Dan Bongino trails by 30 points with 15% support. 11% of likely Republican voters remain undecided.

Full ballot results below | Full Survey Here

Q: The candidates in the Republican primary election for United States Congress are Francis Rooney, Dan Bongino and Chauncey Goss. If the election were held today, for whom would you vote?

Francis Rooney: 45%
Chauncey Goss: 29%
Dan Bongino: 15%
Undecided: 11%

In addition to his ballot strength, Rooney possesses the strongest image rating of all Republican candidates. 51% of likely Republican primary voters view him favorably with 24% viewing him unfavorably. Goss is viewed favorably by 43% compared to 25% who view him unfavorably.

Rooney's support comes from Republican voters who self-identify as very conservative or somewhat conservative. Goss is supported by those who self-identify as moderate or liberal. The survey finds that 79% of likely Republican primary voters consider themselves to be either very conservative or somewhat conservative.

"Francis Rooney is currently in a commanding position. His image remains over 51% and his ballot share is approaching the majority mark," said Titus Bond, Director of Remington Research Group. "Given that this is a multi-candidate race; it is hard to imagine a situation where Rooney does not receive at least a plurality."

Remington Research Group is a polling firm that specializes in automated IVR technology. The firm was founded in an effort to provide more reliable and affordable polling for campaigns throughout the country. Remington Research Group surveys have been featured in RealClearPolitics, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, the Wall Street Journal and numerous local media throughout the United States. For more information visit Remington Research Group

Paul Ryan Dominating Paul Nehlen in WI-1 GOP Primary

RESULTS HERE > WI-01 GOP PRIMARY SURVEY

August 4, 2016

Contact: Titus Bond
Phone: 913-636-1532 (cell)
Email: tbond@remingtonresearchgroup.com

Paul Ryan leads his Republican primary challenger, Paul Nehlen, by 66 points five days ahead of the election. Ryan leads with 80% to 14% for Nehlen with 6% undecided.

Paul Ryan’s image in the district mirrors the ballot. Ryan is extremely popular in his district with a favorable rating of 80% compared to an unfavorable rating of just 14%. Nehlen, on the other hand, is viewed unfavorably by 47% of likely Republican primary voters and viewed favorably by just 16%.

The Republican nominee for President, Donald Trump, is somewhat popular in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District with 52% of Republicans viewing Trump favorably and 32% viewing him unfavorably.

"It is clear, according to the most recent data, that Paul Ryan will win by a wide margin on Tuesday. The numbers have moved in Ryan’s favor since we last surveyed this race, indicating likely Republican voters there do not appreciate the attacks on their Congressman,” said Titus Bond, Director of Remington Research Group.

OK-1: Bridenstine Leads GOP Primary Field by Large Margin

RESULTS HERE > OK-01 GOP PRIMARY SURVEY

June 9, 2016

Contact: Titus Bond
Phone: 913-636-1532 (cell)
Email: tbond@remingtonresearchgroup.com

Remington Research Group has completed a public survey of likely Republican primary voters in Oklahoma’s 1st Congressional District. The public survey was conducted June 5, 2016. 789 likely Republican primary voters participated in the survey and the margin of error is +/-3.6%. The survey was paid for and commissioned independent of any campaign or committee.

Jim Bridenstine is popular amongst likely Republican primary voters with 70% of those surveyed indicating they view him favorably and just 12% seeing him unfavorably. His closest challenger, Tom Atkinson is known by roughly half of voters with 26% viewing Atkinson favorably and 22% viewing him unfavorably.

Bridenstine’s strong image translates into a dominating ballot share. Bridenstine collect 67% of support compared to 14% for Atkinson with 15% remaining undecided. A third candidate, Evelyn Rogers gets 4% support.

Full ballot results below | Full Survey Here

The candidates in the Republican primary election for United States Congress are Jim Bridenstine, Tom Atkinson and Evelyn Rogers. If the election were held today for whom would you vote?

Jim Bridenstine: 67%
Tom Atkinson: 14%
Evelyn Rogers: 4%
Undecided: 15%

“Jim Bridenstine remains extremely popular with Republican primary voters. He wins every demographic and there does not appear to be a window for another candidate to compete in this election,” said Titus Bond, Director of Remington Research Group.

Luttrell Leads Field in TN-8

RESULTS HERE > TN-08 GOP PRIMARY SURVEY

March 9, 2016

Contact: Titus Bond
Phone: 913-636-1532 (cell)
Email: tbond@remingtonresearchgroup.com

Remington Research Group has completed a public survey of likely Republican primary voters in Tennessee’s 8th Congressional District. The survey was conducted February 29 through March 1, 2016. 686 likely Republican primary voters participated in the survey and the margin of error is +/-3.5%. The survey was paid for and commissioned independent of any campaign or committee.

The data show that Mark Luttrell would receive 26% of the vote, and the next closest candidate is George Flinn with 11%. All other potential candidates are in the single digits. 38% of voters are undecided.

Full ballot results below | Full Survey Here

Q: If the candidates in the Republican primary election for United States Congress were Brian Kelsey, David Kustoff, Mark Luttrell, George Flinn, Tom Leatherwood and Steve Basar, for whom would you vote?

Mark Luttrell: 26%
George Flinn: 11%
Brian Kelsey: 9%
David Kustoff: 8%
Tom Leatherwood: 7%
Steve Basar: 1%
Undecided: 38%

In addition to his ballot strength, Luttrell possesses the strongest image rating of all the potential Republican candidates. 43% of likely Republican primary voters view him favorably with only 5% viewing him unfavorably. This is by far the strongest image rating of the field by more than double his nearest competitor.

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