New Poll Shows Tudor Dixon Surging, Leading Field by 11 Points with Three Weeks Left

July 11, 2022

GRAND HAVEN - A new poll commissioned by MIRS News found Tudor Dixon opening a strong 11-point lead over the field with just three weeks to go before Election Day.

The poll shows Dixon with 26% of the vote, followed by three candidates in a statistical tie
for a distant second place. Ryan Kelley (15%), Kevin Rinke (13%), Garrett Soldano (13%),Ralph Rebandt (1%), undecided (33%).

Key Takeaways Include:
• Dixon leading by 12 (35%) in the state's largest market (Detroit)
• Dixon leading by 13 (39%) with voters who have already cast an absentee ballot
• Dixon leading by 12 (29%) with voters who still plan to cast an absentee ballot
• Dixon leading by 16 (32%) with men
• Dixon leading by 14 (31%) with the crucial 65+ age demographic

Pollster Steve Mitchell noted in his memo that "While her opponents have stayed in almost the same position as they were two and a half weeks ago, Dixon has taken off."

The poll was conducted July 7-8 by Lansing-based Mitchell Research & Communications. The survey of N=683 Likely Voters has a Margin of Error of +/- 3.75% at the 95% level of confidence.

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Tudor Dixon is consolidating support across the state and establishing herself as the leader of a unified Michigan Republican Party. She's earned endorsements from the Right-to-Life PAC of Michigan, the Police Officers Association of Michigan, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, the Associated Builders & Contractors of Michigan, former Governor John Engler, U.S. Representatives Bill Huizenga & Lisa McClain, former Lt. Governor Dick Posthumus, and twenty Michigan legislators.

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