MT-Sen: New Poll Shows A Toss Up Race Between Gov. Steve Bullock (D) & Sen. Steve Daines (R)

Here’s the latest news today out of Montana courtesy of NBC Montana/Strategies 360 poll:

In the heated U.S. Senate race, incumbent Republican Sen. Steve Daines leads challenger Gov. Steve Bullock by 1 point, 48% to 47%, with 5% undecided.

The U.S. House race proves to be just as close, with Kathleen Williams and Matt Rosendale tied at 46% with a higher percent of respondents undecided at 8%.

Rep. Greg Gianforte leads Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney by 7 points in the race for governor, 48% to 41%. 7% of respondents were undecided. Libertarian candidate Lyman Bishop took 4%.

The survey asked respondents about the race for the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Democratic challenger Melissa Romano is in the lead with 41% over Republican incumbent Elsie Arntzen at 39%. Libertarian candidate Kevin Leatherbarrow received 5%.

Here are the presidential numbers:


The poll survey 500 respondents using landline, cell and texting voter file-based online interviews. 61% of the respondents have said they already voted. 

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Let’s keep up the momentum to flip Montana Blue. Click below to donate and get involved with Bullock, Cooney, Biden and their fellow Montana Democrats campaigns:

Joe Biden

Steve Bullock for Senate

Mike Cooney for Governor

Kathleen Williams for Congress

Raph Graybill for Attorney General

Bryce Bennett for Secretary of State

Melissa Romano for Superintendent

Shane Morigeau for State Auditor

  • October 22, 2020