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Hutchinson leads Ross in latest poll

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The results of a new poll in the Arkansas Governor's race shows Republican Asa Hutchinson has a 5 point lead over Democrat Mike Ross.

The poll, conducted last week by "Talk Business and Politics Research", surveyed 1,780 likely Arkansas voters and asked for their choice for Governor.

46% selected Hutchinson, 41% of respondents went with Ross, 3% chose Libertarian Frank Gilbert, and 2.5% would vote for Green Party candidate Josh Drake. 7.5% are still undecided, with the election less than 100 days away.

For more details on the poll, go to http://talkbusiness.net/
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