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Source: Monmouth University (url)

CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
RRoy Blunt*Republican46%piePoll Date: 2016-10-11
DJason KanderDemocratic44%Number Polled: 406
LJohnathan DineLibertarian3%Margin of Error: 5%
-Undecided-7%Voter Type: Likely

  * = Incumbent

Blunt Has Slim Lead Over Kander

 By: mds32 (R-PA) on 2016-10-12 @ 14:00:24

Question:
If the election for U.S. Senate was today, would you vote for Roy Blunt the Republican, Jason Kander the Democrat, or Jonathan Dine the Libertarian? [ IF UNDECIDED: If you had to vote for one of the following candidates at this moment, who do you lean toward - Roy Blunt or Jason Kander?] [ NAMES WERE ROTATED ]

46% Roy Blunt
44% Jason Kander
3% Johnathan Dine
<1% (VOL) Other candidate
7% (VOL) Undecided

About this Poll
The Monmouth University Poll was sponsored and conducted by the Monmouth University Polling Institute from October 9 to 11, 2016 with a random sample of 406 likely Missouri voters. Interviews were conducted by a live caller in English, including 355 drawn from a list of registered voters (204 landline / 151 cell phone) and a random digit dial supplement of 51 cell phone interviews. Monmouth is responsible for all aspects of the survey design, data weighting and analysis. The final sample is weighted for age, gender, race and voting history based on voter list and U.S. Census information. Data collection support provided by Braun Research (field), Aristotle (voter list sample), and SSI (RDD sample). For results based on this sample, one can say with 95% confidence that the error attributable to sampling has a maximum margin of plus or minus 4.9 percentage points (unadjusted for sample design). Sampling error can be larger for sub-groups (see table below). In addition to sampling error, one should bear in mind that question wording and practical difficulties in conducting surveys can introduce error or bias into the findings of opinion polls.

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