Cullman County races tighten, new poll shows

Roberts Communication recently conducted two polls for the upcoming Republican runoff and the favor of some local elected officials. The survey was conducted among 200 likely voters in the June 21 runoff election in Cullman County with a 5% margin of error.

In the survey conducted on May 26the results were as shown below:

Cullman County Commission District 4:

Kristi Bain – 19%

Corey Freeman- 37%

Undecided – 44%

United States Senate:

Katie Britt- 36%

Mo Brooks – 46%

Undecided – 18%

Favorability from Cullman Daily News:

Approved – 63%

Disapprove – 11%

No opinion – 18%

Never heard of – 8%

Name Recognition:

Cullman Daily – 92%

Field Crocker – 91%

Jeff “Clem” Clemons – 69%

Garry Marchman – 66%

Garlan’s Stud – 64%

Sam Roberts- 30%

Kerry Watson- 26%

Andy Pate – 23%

Sheila Haynes – 12%

Another poll was conducted on June 16 of likely voters in the second round, also with a 5% margin of error. The data showed a tight race in Cullman County Commission District 4, with Corey Freeman’s 18-point lead reduced to just 8 points. This data trend appears to stem largely from the 44% undecided voters in last month’s polls. Mo Brooks remains ahead in Cullman County but continues to trail in statewide polls.

The results of the survey conducted on June 16 are shown below:

Cullman County Commission District 4:

Kristi Bain – 47%

Corey Freeman- 53%

United States Senate:

Katie Britt- 46%

Mo Brooks – 54%

Favor Notes:

Matt Gentry – 88% favorable, 8% unfavorable, 4% never heard of

Jeff Clemons – 67% favorable, 17% unfavorable, 15% never heard of

Shane Barnette – 56% favorable, 24% unfavorable, 21% never heard of

Garlan Gudger – 59% in favor, 29% unfavorable, 12% never heard of

Sam Roberts – 38% favorable, 9% unfavorable, 54% never heard of

Below is the age range of respondents between the surveys conducted:

18-24 – 4%

25-34 – 3%

35-44 – 15%

45-54 – 21%

55-64 – 33%

65+ – 24%

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