Schmitt leads GOP field in Senate race in latest poll

Attorney General Eric Schmitt has taken the lead in the U.S. Senate race among the GOP contenders in a new Remington Research Group poll released Saturday.

Schmitt edged out former Gov. Eric Greitens by 1 percent in the new poll. Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler came in third followed by Congressman Billy Long and attorney Mark McCloskey. The poll was conducted in conjunction with Missouri Scout (MOScout).

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ Lead Insurmountable

RESULTS HERE: Full Survey


KANSAS CITY, MO – Remington Research Group has concluded a public research study of likely 2022 Republican primary voters in Arkansas. RRG focused on a possible primary match up between Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. The data show that Huckabee Sanders’ popularity bin Arkansas is unmatched. She is viewed favorably by 78% of Republicans statewide and holds a commanding 57 point lead over Rutledge.

Survey conducted October 25 through October 26, 2021. 800 likely 2022 Republican Primary voters participated in the survey. Survey weighted to match expected turnout demographics for the 2022 Republican Primary Election. Margin of Error is +/-3.5% with a 95% level of confidence. Totals do not always equal 100% due to rounding.

Q: What is your opinion of Sarah Huckabee Sanders?

Favorable: 78%
Unfavorable: 11%
No opinion: 11%

Q: What is your opinion of Leslie Rutledge?

Favorable: 39%
Unfavorable: 26%
No opinion: 35%

Q: Possible candidates in the 2022 Republican Primary Election for Governor are Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. If the election were held today, for whom would you vote?

Sarah Huckabee Sanders: 73%
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge: 16%
Undecided: 11%


Press Contact:

Titus Bond
President, Remington Research Group
(913) 636-1532
tbond@remingtonresearchgroup.com

4Star Politics: The likelihood KC sees a pitch for a new downtown baseball stadium

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Royals are committed to playing baseball at the Truman Sports Complex for the next decade. After that, who knows?

FOX4’s John Holt and The Kansas City Star’s Dave Helling are joined by Kevin Collison of City Scene KC in this week’s episode of 4Star Politics to discuss the Royals possible move downtown.

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Police officer-turned-lawyer Chris Mann becomes first Democrat to enter attorney general race

Chris Mann, an attorney and former police officer, became the first Democrat to announce a campaign for attorney general Tuesday in a race where liberals hope the controversial presence of Kris Kobach could give them an opportunity.

Mann filed paperwork laying the groundwork for a run Tuesday and released a website and video promoting his campaign later in the day.

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Trump endorses challenger to Republican Cheney in Wyoming House race

WASHINGTON, Sept 9 (Reuters) – Former President Donald Trump endorsed Wyoming attorney Harriet Hageman’s bid on Thursday to unseat U.S. Representative Liz Cheney, who was the highest-profile Republican to seek Trump’s removal from office on a charge he incited the U.S. Capitol riot.

Hageman was the fifth candidate Trump has backed to challenge a Republican congressional incumbent, part of his efforts to assert dominance over the Republican Party after losing his November re-election bid to Democrat Joe Biden.

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Biden approval ratings drop in seven key congressional districts: GOP-aligned poll

President Biden’s approval rating is under water in seven key congressional districts Democrats are defending in 2022, according to a GOP-aligned polling group, a sign of possible trouble for the party as it looks to protect its narrow House majority next year.

Polling conducted by the GOP firm Remington Research Group for the conservative American Action Network (AAN) shows Biden’s net approval rating averaging minus 7 percentage points in those seven districts, which span six states.

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Remington rated among top GOP polling firms

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Remington Research Group (RRG), a Missouri-based group, was rated as a top five Republican polling firm by The New York Times’ pollster ratings last week.

“Remington Research Group has always held itself to the highest standards while still providing a cost-effective political polling solution,” President Titus Bond said in a statement. “It’s a credit to our entire team, and we will continue to innovate every day.”

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