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Voters mostly undecided in down ballot races

By TODD STACY, Alabama Daily News

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – A new poll shows Republican voters are mostly undecided in the down ballot races in the primary election scheduled for next Tuesday, May 24.

The latest Alabama Daily News / Gray Television poll has Greg Cook leading the race for Supreme Court Place 5 with 33.1% compared to 19% for opponent Deborah Jones. A full 47.9% of voters remain undecided in the poll.

If the Republican primary election for Alabama Supreme Court was held today, and you had to make a choice, who would you vote for? 

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The poll was conducted by Cygnal and surveyed 634 likely Republican primary voters May 15-16 with a margin for error of +/- 3.88%.

In the race for Secretary of State, current State Auditor Jim Zeigler has a four point advantage over State Rep. Wes Allen, R-Troy at 20.2% to 16.4%, but 58.8% remain undecided in the race.

If the Republican primary election for Secretary of State was held today, and you had to make a choice, who would you vote for? 

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For state auditor, State Rep. Andrew Sorrell has a slight lead in the three way race at 16.6% of the vote, compared to 11.8% for Stan Cooke and 10.5% for Rusty Glover. A full 61.2% remain undecided in that race.

If the Republican primary election for State Auditor was held today, and you had to make a choice, who would you vote for? 

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Download the full polling memo below.

ADN Gray Cygnal-AL-Toplines May 18

 

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