Some more encouraging news from Arizona courtesy of…. Fox News’ latest poll:
Women voters along with crossover Republicans put Democrat Kyrsten Sinema narrowly ahead of Republican Martha McSally in the Arizona Senate race.
Sinema is up three percentage points over McSally (47-44 percent), according to a Fox News poll of Arizona likely voters. Sinema’s advantage is within the poll’s margin of sampling error.
The candidates hope to fill the open seat of retiring Republican Sen. Jeff Flake.
Sinema bests McSally by 15 points among women. She’s also ahead by wide margins among voters under age 45 (+19) and non-whites (+32).
Meanwhile, 91 percent of Democrats back Sinema, compared to 82 percent of Republicans supporting McSally. Some 12 percent of Republicans cross party lines and support Sinema.
Sinema is better liked than McSally. She’s viewed more positively than negatively by 17 points (52 percent favorable vs. 35 percent unfavorable), while McSally’s net favorability rating is +4 (47-43 percent).
Interest and certainty are also on the Democrat’s side: 77 percent of Sinema’s backers feel sure they will vote for her and 48 percent are extremely interested in the election. For McSally, 70 percent are certain and 43 percent are extremely interested.
Overall, about one quarter of voters (24 percent) say they could change their mind before voting.
Let’s keep up the momentum and win this race. Click here to donate and get involved with Sinema’s campaign.