Earlier this week, we covered a Target Insyght survey for the Michigan Information and Research Service (6/24-26; 800 MI likely voters; 400 likely Democratic primary voters; 400 likely Republican primary voters) that found venture capitalist Sandy Pensler’s lead over retired Army Ranger and manufacturing company owner John James dropping to 32-29% as the candidates enter the final month of campaigning before the state’s August 7th primary election. Now, a Strategic National poll (6/16-21; 1,000 MI registered voters), taken much earlier in the month, was subsequently released. This data posted Mr. Pensler to a 33-18% advantage.
Looked at together, Mr. Pensler still has the lead in this primary race, but Mr. James appears to be gaining ground.
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