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Lou & Josh lead KUAM/UOG student poll

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Lou and Josh are in the lead, according to a KUAM News/Student UOG poll conducted over the weekend.

Lou Leon Guerrero and Josh Tenorio hold a commanding 65% to 30% lead over their competition Republicans Ray Tenorio and Tony Ada.

371 registered voters were polled in a combination of telephone and personal interviews.

242 respondents, or 65% of those polled, said they thought Lou Leon Guerrero would be the next Governor of Guam.

110 respondents, or 30% of those polled, said they thought Ray Tenorio would be the next Governor of Guam.

19 of those polled – or 5% - provided a response “other” than Leon Guerrero or Tenorio.

In the race for Attorney General, Leevin Camacho maintains a strong lead over Doug Moylan.

230 respondents, or 62% of those polled,  said they thought Camacho would be the next AG, while 122 respondents – or 33% of those polled – said they thought Moylan would be the next AG.

In the congressional race, Democrat candidate Michael San Nicolas holds a sizable lead over Republican Doris Flores Brooks. 63% of those polled said they though San Nicolas would be Guam’s next congressional delegate, while 33% said they thought Brooks would be the next delegate to Congress representing Guam.

Half of those polled were men, the other half were women. The error rate of this poll is plus or minus 5%.

The poll was conducted from October 5-7. The KUAM News/Student UOG poll was conducted in conjunction with UOG’s Public Administration Data Analysis Class

Results

  1. Governor (371)

     Lou LG - 242 (65%)

     Ray Ten. - 110 (30%)

     Other - 19 (5%)

  1. Attorney General (371)

     Moylan - 122 (33%)

     Camacho - 230 (62%)

      Other - 19 (5%)

  1. Congress (371)

     San Nicolas. - 232 (63%)

     Brooks - 128 (33%)

     Other - 11 (3%)

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