New poll shows Anthony with 20 point lead over challenger in Corporation Commission runoff

A new poll by Real Clear Politics shows Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony with a 20 point lead in his GOP runoff race with former State Senator Brian Bingman.

Real Clear Politics reported 50% of those polled on August 1 and 2 favored Anthony who is seeking his 6th term in office while 30% supported Bingman, the former President Pro Tempore of the State Senate.

Undecided voters totaled 20% before the late August runoff election.

Of the women polled in the race, 46% supported Anthony while he received 55% percent of the male likely GOP runoff election voters. Bingman received 29% support from female voters and 32% from male voters.

Undecideds showed 25% women and 14% men voters.

Of conservative voters, Commissioner Anthony received 51% and Bingman 30% while undecideds totaled 18%

Of moderate GOP voters, 49% favored Anthony, 29% Bingman and 21% were in the undecided category.

Of Liberal voters, 40% were for Anthony while 29% favored Bingman and 31% were still undecided.

Of two other state GOP runoff elections in races that could impact the energy industry, Cathy Costello had an 8 point lead over Rep. Leslie Osborn in the race for the Republican nomination for Labor Commissioner. Costello received 40% support of those polled while Osborn received 32% and 28% were still undecided.

Corporation Commissioner Dana Murphy who is running for the GOP nomination for Lieutenant Governor also had an 8 point lead over challenger Matt Pinnell. Murphy received 40% and Pinnell 32% with 28% undecided.

In the race for the Republican nomination for Governor, Kevin  Stitt had a 10 point lead going into the Aug. 28 runoff election. The poll by the Remington Research Group of Kansas City, Missouri showed him with 47% support while former Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett received 37% support. Sixteen percent remain undecided.

Attorney General Mike Hunter had 46% compared to challenger Gentner Drummond’s 37% with 17% undecided.

In the runoff for the GOP nomination for Auditor and Inspector, Cindy Byrd had a 2 point lead over Charlie Prater, 35% to 33% and 32% were still undecided.

State School Superintendent Joy Hofmeister carried a 50% to 37% lead over Linda Murphy with 17% still undecided in their runoff.

See the entire poll results here.