Exclusive – Survey: Missouri Eric Greitens Support Grows


Former Governor Eric Greitens (R-MO) has maintained his lead in Missouri’s Republican primary for the U.S. Senate, and his support among primary voters has increased, according to the latest figures from a private poll that included the Greitens campaign exclusively. Breitbart News shared. .

The poll reached a staggering 513,245 voters Friday night, calling 23 percent of the half-million people live. Of the more than 100,000 live voters contacted, 34 percent say they support Greitens in the primaries, giving him a four percentage point lead over his closest competitor, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt. which received 30 percent of the response. Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO), who former President Donald J. Trump has said he does not support, received support from 21 percent of poll participants.

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Each of the three candidates received one percentage point in support of the numbers Breitbart News published from the same ongoing survey on Friday, which included numbers tabulated as of Thursday night. It showed Greitens at 33 percent, Schmitt at 29 percent and Hartzler at 20 percent. In other words, no one has gained ground on Greitens. Undecided voters made up 12 percent of the response as of Thursday’s figures released Friday, but the latest information shows demographics are beginning to decline with Tuesday’s election just days out. Currently, 10 percent of respondents do not know who they will support.

In addition, support for candidates outside Greitens, Schmitt and Hartzler is also declining, from six percent on Thursday to five percent on Friday.

The 23 percent of active voters involved rose 20 percent on Thursday. Of the remaining 77 percent of voters contacted by the survey, 29 percent did not answer but received a voicemail, 25 percent did not answer and had no voicemail, and 11 percent did not know whether they would vote in the primary. Another eight percent refused to say who they voted for, and four percent of the contacts were wrong numbers.