New Poll Shows Democrat Gallego Beating Both Sinema and Kari Lake in Arizona Senate Showdown

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In a recent poll, Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.) is ahead of Republican Kari Lake and Independent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.) in a potential three-way competition for Sinema’s position.

According to a recent survey by Emerson College Polling/The Hill, Gallego is currently in the lead with 36 percent support, followed by Lake at 30 percent and Sinema at 21 percent.

Thirteen percent of respondents remain undecided. During a direct comparison between Gallego and Lake, Gallego is currently ahead with 46 percent compared to Lake’s 39 percent, leaving 15 percent undecided.

Gallego and Lake are the top contenders to secure their parties’ nominations for a highly competitive seat in the upcoming election. Gallego stands as the sole major contender for the Democratic nomination, while Lake, the GOP Arizona gubernatorial nominee from 2022, has garnered the backing of most of the Republican establishment.

A recent poll revealed that a majority of both male and female voters favor Gallego over his potential rivals. Interestingly, Gallego holds a stronger advantage among female voters.

During the head-to-head competition against Lake, Gallego is ahead by 11 points with women but only by 2 points with men.

Gallego leads with 38 percent support among women, followed by Lake at 29 percent and Sinema at 18 percent in the three-way race. His support among men stands at 34%, with Lake at 31% and Sinema at 24%.

According to the survey, immigration was identified as the top concern by 31 percent of the participants. The economy ranked second with 20 percent, housing affordability followed at 11 percent, and education at 10 percent.

In a recent poll, it was revealed that former President Trump is currently ahead of President Biden by a small margin in a potential general election scenario, with 46 percent supporting Trump, 43 percent supporting Biden, and 12 percent undecided.

The survey took place from February 16 to 19 and involved 1,000 registered voters. The margin of error was 3 percentage points.

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