A new survey of likely Hoosier voters shows Donald Trump with a plurality in Indiana and Governor Eric Holcomb with a clear majority.
The poll of 629 likely voters was conducted by the Rainey Center, October 18-21, and had a margin of error of +/-4 percent.
The poll showed Trump with 48 percent support, Joe Biden was at 40 percent. Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen was at five percent. The rest, eight percent, were undecided.
In the Governor’s race, Holcomb was at 52 percent support. Democrat Dr. Woody Myers was at 26 percent and Libertarian Donald Rainwater was at 14 percent. Eight percent were undecided.
The poll also revealed that 22 percent of those surveyed had voted early. Those results were as follows…
- Trump – 37%
- Biden – 54%
- Jorgensen – 2%
- Holcomb – 49%
- Myers – 38%
- Rainwater – 8%
This poll is in line with two recent polls taken earlier this month.
A SurveyUSA poll of more than 750 voters showed Holcomb with 55 percent of the vote, Dr. Woody Myers with 25 percent, and Donald Rainwater with 10 percent. 11 percent were undecided.
In the Presidential race Trump lead Biden 49-42.
An internal poll by the Indiana GOP had Holcomb with 60-percent of the vote. Myers had 21 percent and Libertarian Donald Rainwater had seven percent.