Latest Poll Shows Brad Little With Sizable Lead in Governor’s Race; A Competitive Race for Lt. Gov

By Staff Reporter

A poll commissioned by Idaho Dispatch has revealed who does and does not have traction in the race to be Idaho’s next governor. The poll was conducted by Zoldak Research in December by polling 575 likely voters, and shows incumbent Brad Little with a sizeable lead ahead of his challengers.  On the Lt. Governor side of the ballot, Idaho Dispatch reports that “half the voters are still undecided.” Results from those who did indicate a choice shows State Representative Priscilla Giddings trailing House Speaker Scott Bedke by 22 points.

For the governor’s race, the poll asked respondents to indicate a choice if all candidates were on the ballot, and then again to indicate a choice in head-to-head matchups. The results with all candidates on the ballot are:

Head-to-head matchups against the current governor currently are as follows:

More information about the poll results and an interview with the pollster can be found here at the Idaho Dispatch website.  Full poll results can also be found here:


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