KWCH Survey: Brownback In Danger Of Being Unseated

Gov. Sam Brownback signs the Hard 50 bill into law. (Courtesy: Kansas Governor's Office)
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Released by KWCH, Wichita
A KWCH FactFinder 12 exclusive scientific survey conducted between October 23, 2013 and October 24, 2013 by SurveyUSA asked, “If the election for Kansas Governor were today, which ticket would you vote for? The Republican ticket of Sam Brownback and Jeff Colyer? The Democratic ticket of Paul Davis and Jill Docking? Or a third party ticket?”

KWCH survey conducted by SurveyUSA:

Results of 511 registered voters in Kansas are as follows:

· Brownback/Colyer (R) 39%

· Davis/Docking (D) 43%

· Third Party Ticket 12%

· Undecided 6%

Margin error = ± 4.4%

During that same survey, participants were asked “Is your mind made up? Or might you change your mind?”

Results of 481 who vote for a ticket are as follows:

· Mind Is Made Up 62%

· Might Change Your Mind 33%

· Not sure 5%

Margin error = ± 5%

Data collected following previous elections has shown FactFinder 12 Scientific Surveys provide an accurate prediction of election results.

For complete results of this survey, visit

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