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KUAM / UOG Student Weekly Poll

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - As part of a partnership between KUAM and students from the University of Guam here are the results of a poll that will be released weekly leading up to the November general election.

According to UOG Professor Ron McNinch between August 22nd and 23rd, 300 voters were asked: Who do you think will win the Legislative Race. No cues or names of the candidates were provided. Here were the results:

Top 8 (in order)
  • (D) Judi Won Pat 
  • (R) Tony Ada
  • (D) Tom Ada
  • (D) Tina Muna Barnes
  • (D) BJ Cruz / (R) Brant McCreadie /  (D) Dennis Rodriguez, Jr.
  • (R) Frank Blas, Jr.
  • (R) Wil Castro 
9-15 / NOT RANKED BUT IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
  • (D) Frank Aguon, Jr.  
  • (D) Judi Guthertz
  • (R) Tommy Morrison  
  • (D) Michael San Nicolas  
  • (D) Rory Respicio
  • (R) Mary Torres
  • (R) Aline Yamashita
KUAM and UOG will be releasing polls on the various races and other election issues weekly starting today and on our upcoming election program D14 Tonight which launches on Monday, September 1st.
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