Center Street’s latest Ohio Senate poll shows Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan in a statistical tie with J.D. Vance for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat. Ryan has a slight lead over Vance among registered voters, 42% to 40%, with 18% undecided. When undecided voters, also considered “Leans,”… Read More »OHIO SENATE POLL: As Undecideds Break, Vance Has Advantage; Turnout Will Decide Statistical Tie
July 12, 2022 – Morning Joe showed a SurveyMonkey poll by Center Street PAC that shows the Democratic nominee, Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) leading Vance, 49 percent to 40 percent, respectively. Watch the full clip here.
Center Street PAC’s latest poll on Ohio’s U.S. Senate race shows Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) continues to lead Republican J.D. Vance 48% to 39% among likely voters, with 13% undecided. While there was little movement since August polling, Vance saw some improvement, as previously undecided… Read More »POLL: Tim Ryan Leads J.D. Vance 48% to 39% in Ohio’s Senate Race
PHOENIX, Ariz. – (Aug. 10, 2022) – A new poll from Center Street PAC, a non-partisan political action committee, shows Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) has 14% margin over venture capitalist Blake Masters in the race for Arizona’s U.S. Senate seat. Kelly leads 54% to 40%… Read More »POLL: Mark Kelly Leads Blake Masters 54% to 40% Among Likely Voters in Arizona’s U.S. Senate Race
COLUMBUS, Ohio – (Aug. 4 2022) – A new poll from Center Street PAC, a non-partisan political action committee, shows Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) leads Republican J.D. Vance 49% to 38%, among Likely Voters, with 12% undecided. The numbers continue the upward trend in support… Read More »POLL: Tim Ryan Leads J.D. Vance 49% to 38% Among Likely Voters in Ohio’s U.S. Senate Race
COLUMBUS, Ohio – (July 7, 2022) – A new poll from nonpartisan political action committee Center Street PAC (www.centerstreetpac.com) shows Democrat Tim Ryan leads his Republican opponent J.D. Vance in the race for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat. Congressman Ryan, who represents Ohio’s 13th District, is… Read More »POLL: Rep. Tim Ryan Leads JD Vance in Ohio Senate Race 43% to 34%