Marist Polling reports:
In the U.S. Senate contest to fill retiring Senator Rob Portman’s seat, Democrat Tim Ryan and Republican J.D. Vance are in a statistical dead heat, among Ohio registered voters, including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate.
A nearly identical scenario plays out among these voters who say they will definitely vote. Among independents, Ryan receives 42% to 40% for Vance. There is a 24-point gender gap. 53% of men support Vance while 50% of women are for Ryan.
While 40% of Ohio residents have a favorable opinion of Ryan, more than one in three (35%) has either never heard of or are unsure how to rate him. 25% have an unfavorable opinion of Ryan. Ohioans’ impressions of Vance are upside down. 30% have a favorable view of him and 36% have a negative one. Like Ryan, though, 34% have either never heard of or are unsure how to rate Vance.
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? OHIO POLL By Marist College
(R) J.D. Vance 48% (+1)
(D) Tim Ryan 47%
(R) Mike DeWine 55% (+16)
(D) Nan Whaley 39%
Republicans 49% (+5)
09/12-15 | 1,039LV | MoE ±3.6%https://t.co/hKej0RLnDz
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