(April 23, 2022)

The Idaho Dispatch recently commissioned Zoldak Research to poll primary voters on their choices for Idaho’s Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General.  The results show significant gains for all the Constitutional Conservative candidates.

In the governor’s race, incumbent Brad Little continues to lead the field, with 60% of voters favoring him and 29% favoring Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin.  This represents an 11% gain for McGeachin, and no significant change for Little.

The lieutenant governor’s race is much closer.  House Speaker Scott Bedke continues to lead with 32% of the votes, but the gap between him and second-place candidate Representative Priscilla Giddings has narrowed from 22% to 7% (Giddings received 25% of votes).  40% of voters remain undecided.

The attorney general’s race is the closest of all.  Raúl Labrador is leading with 36% of the votes, while Incumbent Lawrence Wasden received 33% of the votes.  27% of voters remain undecided.

Full details of the poll can be read on the Idaho Dispatch’s website, here.

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