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UOG releases results of exit poll

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The polls are now officially closed, and while we're still hours away before the tabulation of the ballots begin, we've got the results from the KUAM and UOG student exit poll. A few notes to point out : from political analyst Ron McNinch  that the delegate race is usually within three percentage points; the attorney general race also within three percentage points; as for the legislative races, usually 12 to 14 of the top 15 are elected; in certain races McNinch notes candidates have dropped significantly since most exit polls are conducted early in the day.

As for the gubernatorial race, he says it was erratic in the last election, and he and his students worked on these points, but are extending the margin of error to 12-percent for this election until the details are worked out on the method. Over 900 voters were polled at the various polling precincts. Here are the results:


CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATE

1    Madeleine Z. Bordallo (D)    57.44%

2    Margaret Metcalfe (R) 42.56%

GUBERNATORIAL

1    EDDIE CALVO/RAY TENORIO 60%

2    CARL GUTIERREZ/GARY GUMATAOTAO    40%

SENATORIAL

1    FRANK AGUON, JR ( D ) 5.52%

2    DENNIS RODRIGUEZ, JR. ( D )    4.64%

3    TONY ADA ( R ) 4.60%

4    TOMMY MORRISON ( R ) 4.51%

5    MARY TORRES ( R ) 4.40%

6    TOM ADA ( D ) 4.34%

7    TINA MUNA BARNES ( D ) 4.13%

8    JIM ESPALDON ( R ) 4.10%

9    JUDI WON PAT ( D ) 4.08%

10    RORY RESPICIO ( D ) 4.00%

11    FRANK BLAS,JR. ( R ) 3.96%

12    MICHAEL SAN NICOLAS ( D )    3.80%

13    BJ CRUZ ( D ) 3.76%

14    NERISSA UNDERWOOD ( D ) 3.73%

15    JUDI GUTHERTZ ( D ) 3.53%

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16    BRANT MCCREADIE ( R ) 3.46%

17    WIL CASTRO ( R ) 3.36%

18    CHRIS DUENAS ( R ) 3.14%

19    ALINE YAMASHITA ( R ) 2.98%

20    ADONIS MENDIOLA ( R ) 2.93%

21    GLENN LEON GUERRERO ( R )    2.61%

22    ROLAND BLAS ( R ) 2.61%

23    ADOLPHO PALACIOS ( D ) 2.58%

24    DERICK BAZA HILLS ( D ) 2.58%

25    HOPE CRISTOBAL ( D ) 2.42%

26    FELIX BENAVENTE ( R ) 1.89%

27    MICHELLE HOPE TAITANO ( R )    1.89%

28    RODNEY CRUZ, JR. ( D ) 1.75%

29    VALENTINO PEREZ ( R ) 1.47%

30    FRANK UNGACTA, JR. ( D )    1.25%

ATTORNEY GENERAL

1    Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson    64.55%

2    Leonardo Rapadas 35.45%
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