The Tarrance Group conducted a poll that shows Paul Broun with a commanding lead:
“Of course, I am very pleased with the results of the poll,” Broun declared, “It really confirms what we have been confident of internally for some time. The people are happy with the job that I have been doing to represent them. They know that I have kept my promises, that I am working hard for positive change in Washington, and that I am providing leadership on issues like illegal immigration and cutting government spending.”
Congressman Broun received the support of 71% of likely Republican voters. His announced opponents, Barry Fleming and Nancy Schaefer, each garnered only 11%. Just 7% of the respondents were undecided.
Cullen Gossett, Finance Director of Congressman Broun’s re-election campaign, said that the poll results “are very positive indicators that will certainly encourage those who have contributed to Congressman Broun’s re-election, as well as potential contributors.”
The poll conducted March 11-12, 2008, surveyed 400 likely Republican voters in the 10th District.