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Source: Survey USA (url)

CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
RInhofe*Republican56%piePoll Date: 2008-10-29
DRiceDemocratic36%Number Polled: 594
IWallaceIndependent6%Margin of Error: 4%
-Undecided-2%Voter Type: Likely

  * = Incumbent

Inhofe (R) +20

 By: Miamiu1027 (D-NY) - 2008-10-31 @ 18:33:11

3 of 4 Oklahoma Statewide Races Look To Be Easy Republican Wins: Of four statewide contests on the Oklahoma ballot next Tuesday, only one race is competitive. In an election for President of the United States held in Oklahoma today, 10/30/08, five days until votes are counted, Republican John McCain defeats Democrat Barack Obama 63% to 34%, according to this latest exclusive KFOR-TV poll conducted by SurveyUSA. Obama has never received more than 35% of the vote in three months of tracking; McCain has never received less than 59%. In the US Senate race, Republican incumbent Jim Inhofe is elected to his third term, defeating Democrat Andrew Rice 56% to 36%. In the election for a full-term seat on the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Incumbent Republican Jeff Cloud defeats Democrat Charles Gray 55% to 39%. It is the election for a short-term Commission seat that may be the Democrats' only win in Oklahoma statewide races this year: Incumbent Jim Roth, who has trailed Republican Dana Murphy by 18 points, 9 points, and 7 points in previous tracking, today has crossed into positive territory, where he holds the nominal lead, 49% to 46%, in a race that is essentially tied and within the poll's 4.1 percentage point margin of sampling error.

800 Oklahoma adults interviewed 10/28/08 and 10/29/08. Of them, 712 were registered to vote; of them, 594 were determined by SurveyUSA to have already voted or to be likely to vote on or before November 4.

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