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Binnie’s ad campaign shows signs of bearing fruit

February 9, 2010 by Patrick  
Filed under News & Politics

Lots of polls are emerging these days and Colorado company Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies has just released theirs. And it shows that Republican Bill Binnie’s several-hundred thousand dollar television and direct mail campaign is beginning to bear fruit in his effort to replace the retiring Sen. Judd Gregg.

Binnie has emerged from almost nowhere to place second to frontrunner Kelly Ayotte on the Republican ballot question:

Ayotte – 37%
Binnie – 23%
Lamontagne – 12%
Undecided — 28%

While Ayotte enjoys a healthy lead in Hillsborough County, Binnie actually leads Ayotte in Rockingham County, 34% – 25%. Hillsborough and Rockingham are the two most populous counties in the state.

The automated survey of likely Republican primary voters was conducted on February 4th.

Paul Hodes is the only Democrat running for the seat.

The poll also shows that the tea party movement enjoys a favorable image among 68% of respondents, while only 7% of Republicans have an unfavorable opinion of the movement.

Magellan New Hampshire Senate-Governor Republican Primary Automated Survey Release 020810


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