Gravis Marketing | IVR Poll | Nebraska Senate Race

Executive Summary

Gravis Marketing conducted a random survey of 1,842 registered Nebraska voters on 9/6/2013 to 9/7/2013 about Republican Senate candidates.  All survey participants must have had voted in at least one Republican primary.  Overall, the poll carries a 2.2% margin of error.

This poll was conducted using automated IVR phone calls.

Key Findings
  • Osborn leads with 41%, while Dinsdale has 7%, Sasse has 5%, and McLeay with 2%.
  • 44% of survey participants were unsure
  • Besides Osborn, Dinsdale, Sasse, and McLeay have a name recognition problem, with 91%, 81%, and 86% of survey participants unaware of them.
  • Osborn has a favorability advantage, with 44% to 9% favorability to unfavorability range.
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