The Freedom Business Alliance, an outside organization supporting net neutrality, released polls in each of three key congressional districts. The survey research firm IMGE Insights conducted all of the polls during the July 9-12 period. Questions about net neutrality and the FCC action taken last year regarding the subject were posed to sampling groups in individual CDs. The respondent total in each of three isolated districts is 400 likely voters. The states have already held their primary elections, so the tested candidates are official nominees.
CA-25: In the race featuring Rep. Steve Knight (R-Palmdale) and non-profit organization executive Katie Hill (D), the two candidates were tied at 47% apiece.
CO-6: An almost identical result was found in the contest between Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Aurora) and attorney Jason Crow (D). Here, both men posted 45% total support.
NY-19: Another close contest is also developing in the rural Upstate New York district between Rep. John Faso (R-Kinderhook) and attorney Antonio Delgado (D). Here, Rep. Faso recorded a 49-44% edge.
Another district, FL-18, was also tested, but Florida has not yet conducted its primary. Therefore, Rep. Brian Mast (R-Palm City) was paired with a generic Democrat. This result produced a 50-40% margin in Mr. Mast’s favor.
The CA-25, CO-6, and NY-19 races are all generally regarded as toss-ups, a predisposition supported in the IMGE conclusions.
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