A new statewide survey shows the Kentucky Republican primary for governor is a tossup between the top three candidates.
The Survey USA poll found Matt Bevin with 27 percent support, James Comer with 26 percent, and Hal Heiner with 25 percent. Will T. Scott trailed with just 8 percent support.
The poll describes the difference between the top three contenders as “not statistically significant”, and says the trio could finish one, two, and three in any order.
The survey polled 517 respondents who said they were registered Republicans and certain to vote in next week’s primary.
The GOP voter sample has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.
The survey was conducted for The Courier-Journal, WHAS-TV, the Lexington Herald-Leader and WKYT-TV.