Thursday, July 20, 2006
Despite some gains made by Democratic challenger Dale Groutage, incumbent Republican Senator Craig Thomas maintains his lead in Wyoming’s U.S. Senate race according to the most recent Rasmussen Reports election survey of 500 likely voters. Thomas is favored by voters 59% to 32%; his lead in April’s poll was 64% to 25%. Thomas’ favorability ratings are holding steady at 68% (no change since April) while Groutage has picked up seven points to register a favorable rating of 39%. Still, Groutage has failed to shrink the number of voters who hold no opinion of him--35% of all voters currently indicating they aren’t sure what they think of him--including 31% of his fellow Democrats.Rasmussen subscribers can log in to read the rest of this article.
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