Here are the 2016 Senate and Gubernatorial nominees. Incumbents in bold, Dems in Atlas Red, GOP in Atlas Blue.
AL: Ron Crumpton vs. Richard Shelby AK: Edgar Blatchford vs. Lisa Murkowski AZ: Ann Kirkpatrick vs. Kelli Ward (replacing John McCain, lost in primary) AR: Conner Eldridge vs. John Boozman CA: Loretta Sanchez vs. Kamala Harris (replacing Barbara Boxer) CO: Michael Bennet vs. Darryl Glenn CT: Richard Blumenthal vs. Dan Carter FL: Alan Grayson vs. Marco Rubio GA: Jim Barksdale vs. Johnny Isakson HI: Brian Schatz vs. John Carroll ID: Jerry Sturgill vs. Mike Crapo IL: Tammy Duckworth vs. Mark Kirk IN: Baron Hill vs. Todd Young (replacing Dan Coats) IA: Patty Judge vs. Chuck Grassley KS: Patrick Wiesner vs. Jerry Moran KY: Jim Gray vs. Rand Paul LA: Foster Campbell vs. Charles Boustany (replacing David Vitter) MD: Chris Van Hollen vs. Kathy Szeliga (replacing Barbara Mikulski) MO: Jason Kander vs. Roy Blunt NV: Catherine Cortez-Masto vs. Joe Heck (replacing Harry Reid) NH: Maggie Hassan vs. Kelly Ayotte NY: Chuck Schumer vs. Wendy Long NC: Deborah Ross vs. Richard Burr ND: Eliot Glassheim vs.John Hoeven OH: Ted Strickland vs. Rob Portman OK: Mike Workman vs. James Lankford OR: Ron Wyden vs. Mark Callahan PA: Katie McGinty vs. Pat Toomey SC: Thomas Dixon vs. Tim Scott SD: Jay Williams vs.John Thune UT: Misty Snow vs. Mike Lee VT: Patrick Leahy vs. Scott Milne WA: Patty Murray vs. Chris Vance WI: Russ Feingold vs. Ron Johnson
DE: John Carney vs. Colin Bonini (replacing Jack Markell, term limited) IN: John Gregg vs. Mike Pence MO: Chris Koster vs. Peter Kinder (replacing Jay Nixon, term limited) MT: Steve Bullock vs. Greg Gianforte NH: Colin Van Ostern vs. Chris Sununu (replacing Maggie Hassan, running for Senate) NC: Roy Cooper vs. Pat McCrory ND: Marvin Nelson vs. Doug Burgum (replacing Jack Dalrymple, retiring) OR (Special): Kate Brown vs. Bud Pierce UT: Mike Weinholtz vs. Gary Herbert VT: Matt Dunne vs. Phil Scott (replacing Peter Shumlin, retiring) WA: Jay Inslee vs. Bill Bryant WV: Jim Justice vs. Bill Cole (replacing Earl Ray Tomblin, term limited)
Well it provides an interesting insight, like 'gun to your head, no other options, Clinton or Trump'...however the 'no other and no undecided' numbers should not be the headline number, nor should they be the numbers used in averages. It is apples and oranges.
Since it's a Gravis poll, there are no interesting insights at all.