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Friday, January 22, 2010

Davis releases new poll

The campaign of U.S. Rep. Artur Davis, D-Birmingham, sent out new polling information to his supporters on Friday. Davis uses the well-respected Democratic polling firm of Anzalone-Liszt Research.
In the e-mail to supporters, Davis' director of strategy Jon Paul Lupo wrote that Davis had a commanding lead over Democratic opponent Ron Sparks and was in a "dead heat" in hypothetical match-ups with Republicans Bradley Byrne, Tim James and Roy Moore.
Lupo stressed that even as Democrats struggle nationally, as evidenced by the loss of a U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts, Davis' favorability rating has gone up statewide since May.

"Artur Davis' record shows that he is exactly the kind of Democrat who can win in this type of political environment, and our latest internal polling, from just a few days ago, backs that up." Lupo wrote.

More than 66 percent of voters who know Davis rated him favorably, according to the campaign.
The campaign did not release specific numbers on the head-to-head contests.

Voters surveyed also supported constitutional reform, which Davis is advocating, by a 13 percent margin.

-- posted by Sebastian Kitchen


Anonymous myspa classifieds said...

This is good i like him very much, he is a good man.

January 22, 2010 at 8:08 PM  
Blogger Anon said...

Davis 2010! Not only is he the smartest and best candidate, he can totally pull it off. The naysayers who call it a "quixotic battle" are intentionally ignoring the evidence to the contrary...

January 23, 2010 at 2:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

House Negro for Jerry Beasley and the trial lawyers

February 12, 2010 at 6:00 AM  

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