Overall, it shows the measure has the support of 59% of voters while 17% of voters oppose the measure and 24% are undecided.
Inside the Numbers
A statement from the pollster accompanying the results notes that Republicans have been regularly in Alaska underperforming in recent years and that this year’s presidential election may be a boon to Gross.
The word “insurmountable” comes to mind.
The one category Republicans are leading Democrats is in early in-person voting. As of Friday, they’ve cast 210 ballots this way while Democrats have cast just 105 absentee ballots in person.
All we know here at The Midnight Sun is how to waste a day digging through APOC reports.
Snyder, who came within 200 votes of unseating Republican Rep. Lance Pruitt in 2018, has raised more than any other legislative candidate this year.
The “moderate” Republicans are ahead, some far-right Republicans are behind and there could be trouble for them in the general.
Gross has outraised Sullivan every quarter since entering the race.
Good news for Galvin, who’s got a slight edge according to the publicly available polling.
Among the contributions on the day he dismissed concerns about the “beer virus” as overblown media hype, he also received a $2,500 contribution from a nursing PAC.