By AlaskaWatchman.com

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Despite the millions of dollars that Democrats and far-left activist groups are pouring into Alaska during the current election season, Republican candidates are leading, according to a recent national poll.

Conducted by The New York Times and Siena College Research Institute, the latest poll of 423 likely voters shows U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan, Rep. Don Young and President Trump leading their liberal challengers, even after taking into account the margin of error.

Respondents to the Oct. 9-14 poll were 17% Democrat, 28% Republican and 48% independent or other. The margin of error was +/- 5.7%. Below are the results.

PRESIDENTIAL RACE

Donald Trump (Republican) – 45%

Joe Biden (Democrat) – 39%

Jo Jorgenson (Libertarian) – 10%

Don’t know – 6%

U.S. SENATE RACE

Dan Sullivan (Republican) – 45%

Al Gross (Democratic nominee) – 37%

John How (AK Independence Party) – 10%

Don’t know – 7%

U.S. HOUSE RACE

Don Young (Republican) – 49%

Alyse Galvin (Democratic nominee) – 41%

Don’t know – 9%

TRUMP APPROVAL RATING

Strongly approve – 35%

Somewhat approve – 12%

Somewhat disapprove – 6%

Strongly disapprove – 41%

FAVORABLE/ UNFAVORABLE RATING

TRUMP

Very favorable – 34%

Somewhat favorable – 15%

Somewhat unfavorable – 6%

Very unfavorable – 41%

BIDEN

Very favorable – 24%

Somewhat favorable – 24%

Somewhat unfavorable – 12%

Very unfavorable – 36%

GROSS

Very favorable – 18%

Somewhat favorable – 24%

Somewhat unfavorable – 14%

Very unfavorable – 23%

SULLIVAN

Very favorable – 23%

Somewhat favorable – 25%

Somewhat unfavorable – 17%

Very unfavorable – 22%

KAMALA HARRIS

Very favorable – 23%

Somewhat favorable – 18%

Somewhat unfavorable – 9%

Very unfavorable – 41%

MIKE PENCE

Very favorable – 36%

Somewhat favorable – 13%

Somewhat unfavorable – 11%

Very unfavorable – 31%

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Conservative edge: Sullivan, Young & Trump all ahead in latest Alaska poll

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.