Some good news today out of Arizona courtesy of Fox News’ latest poll:
Republicans are rightly concerned about Arizona.
A new Fox News Poll finds the state shading blue — especially in the race for the U.S. Senate, where Democrat Mark Kelly bests incumbent Republican Sen. Martha McSally by a 50-37 percent margin among Arizona registered voters.
Gov. Doug Ducey appointed McSally after the 2018 retirement of Sen. John McCain’s successor, Jon Kyl.
In a head-to-head presidential ballot test, Democrat Joe Biden edges President Donald Trump by 46-42 percent. Another 11 percent are still up for grabs. Biden’s 4-point advantage is within the poll’s margin of sampling error.
Among the 49 percent of voters who are extremely interested in the election, Biden leads Trump by a 52-42 percent margin.
Biden’s advantage comes from his support among Hispanics (+38 points), voters under 45 (+17), and women (+5).
Trump is preferred among white men without a college degree (+17 points), whites (+6) and voters ages 65 and over (+5).
Roughly equal numbers of Biden (66 percent) and Trump supporters (64 percent) are extremely motivated to vote in November.
Trump won Arizona by three and a half percentage points in 2016. GOP nominee Mitt Romney took the state by nine points in 2012.
Let’s win Arizona big time. Click below to donate and get involved with Kelly and Biden’s campaigns:
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