New York, New York - A new independent poll commissioned by the Reform Party of 2783 likely general election voters shows Chele Farley (R, C, Reform) gaining ground on incumbent Kirsten Gillibrand.
With two months to Election Day, Gillibrand’s lead over Farley has shrunk to 15 points, 51-36 percent, according to a new poll commissioned by the Reform Party of New York and conducted by Liberty Opinion Research.
In addition, as Gillibrand’s intense partisanship has increased, her favorability has decreased, with only 44% of New Yorkers holding a favorable rating of her and 37% unfavorable.
“Gillibrand is out of touch with New Yorkers and the more voters get to know the real Kirsten Gillibrand, the less likely they are to vote for her,” said Kent Gates, General Consultant to the Farley campaign.
Gates concluded, “While Gillibrand is focused on 2020, the Farley campaign is focused on November. We are in a strong position as we head into the final two months of the campaign to exploit Gillibrand’s failure to deliver for New Yorkers.”
The Reform Party/ Liberty Opinion Research poll of 2783 likely voters by IVR calls was conducted August 29 -30, 2018. The poll has a margin of error of 1.9%.
The full poll can be found here.
Chele Farley is an outsider with over 25 years of experience in the private sector. She is the Republican, Conservative and Reform Party candidate for U.S. Senate. Farley lives in New York City with her husband Richard and their three sons. For more information about U.S. Senate candidate Chele Farley, please visit www.CheleFarleyforSenate.com.