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UOG polls opinion on AG, governor races

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Although Decision 2010 is still a ways out, polls are being conducted to weigh out just where some of the possible candidates stand.  UOG Professor Ron McNinch has released the findings of more surveys his students conducted over the holiday break.

354 registered voters were asked: "If a special election for Guam's attorney general were to be held, which of the following might you select:"

Phil Tydingco - 28%
Doug Moylan - 22%
Frank Gumataotao - 17%
I don't know/no opinion - 33%

Registered voters were also asked: "If we voted for Governor today, which of the following do you think would win?"

Eddie Baza Calvo - 39%
Carl Gutierrez - 27%
Mike Cruz - 13%
Mike Phillips - 7%
I don't know/no opinion - 14%

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