McNinch Poll: Bordallo 41%; Blas 33%; Dizon 24%


Guam – UOG Professor Dr. Ron McNinch has released the results of the latest poll taken by his students showing that Madeleine Bordallo is leading all challengers in the race for the Guam Delegates seat.


The results show that she is ahead of her democratic challenger Kalro Dizon by 17% points and ahead of her Republican rival, Frank Blas Jr. by 8%.

According to a release from Dr. McNinch, his students asked 102 Guam voters who they favor in the Guam delegates race.

41% said they favor incumbent Bordallo, 24% picked Dizon;  33% said they’d vote for Blas and just 2%  preferred Independent Jonathan Diaz.

READ Dr. McNinch’s release in FULL below:

PA 305 Data Analysis

102 Guam Voters with opinions 9-10 July 2012
Convenience Quota Sample Method
Undecideds not counted in sample.

If you could vote today for Guam Delegate, would you pick:
Madeline Bordallo 41%
Karlo Dizon 24%
Jonathan Diaz 2%
Frank Blas Jr. 33%

This is still very early in the election cycle and these numbers will change actively up to the primary and in the post-primary phase. To proceed to the general election, a candidate needs 4% in any given column.