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GOP: Burns leading in 12

Published by Tim McNulty on .

The National Republican Congressional Committee just released poll results from May 4-5 showing their guy, Tim Burns, leading in the 12th District special. Dems released a poll Tuesday showing their guy, Mark Critz, ahead.

The poll was of 400 likely voters with a 4.9% MoE. The main results from the NRCC:

Tim Burns leads Mark Critz 43%-41%, with 14% remaining undecided.

Among those most likely to vote, Tim Burn’s lead over Mark Critz is wider.

Among those who can blindly correctly name the election day (40% of the electorate) Burns leads Critz 49% 42%.

Among those most interested in the election (72% of the voters) Burns leads Critz 46% 40%.

Among those who are extremely likely to vote (65% of the voters) Burns leads Critz 45% 41%.


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