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Poll results: Dunleavy, Treadwell, Hawkins

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A major poll was in the field last week from Dittman Research, calling Alaskans who are likely voters in the Republican Primary, and testing the strength of gubernatorial candidates Mike Dunleavy, Mead Treadwell, and Scott Hawkins among those voters.

We’ve got the results: Among about 400 poll respondents, (margin of error of 4.9) it’s Dunleavy-46 percent, Treadwell-19 percent, and Hawkins-7 percent, with 3 percent Other, and 25 percent undecided. The poll was in the field June 5-7, and was conducted statewide.

Check this space later today for further details. Disclaimer: Dittman did the poll for the Dunleavy for Alaska political action committee …  In 50 years, the company has never been wrong in predicting a gubernatorial winner.

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Suzanne Downing had careers in business and journalism before serving as the Director of Faith and Community-based Initiatives for Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and returning to Alaska to serve as speechwriter for Gov. Sean Parnell. Born on the Oregon coast, she moved to Alaska in 1969.

Latest comments

  • So….the poll results explain Treadwell’s attack on Dunleavy (unwarranted and untruthful as it was).

  • Tread Meanswell remains in the closet as a liberal, but honestly he should have entered the Democratic primary instead. With Walker pulling out of the primary Mead might well have surprised everyone and staked out a moderate space against the far left positions Begich claims. In the 2018 Republican primary there really is no room for Mead. Think about it. This is a red state. There isn’t an Alaska Republican who today wished they had instead voted for Clinton or that wished they could have voted for Bernie in the general election of 2016. Mead’s high water mark was coming in 3rd in the US Senate Republican primary back in 2014.

  • How do we know who was polled, same folks and did they ask about all the candidates or lead the people please share how this paid poll works. List used etc

  • Great numbers Mike, I knew when I first met you that you are going to be our next Governor..

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