When asked if the allegations are a “factor” in whether they vote for Ellison, 40 percent said they “are a factor” and 39 percent said they are not. The other 21 percent said they’re not sure.
“That 40 percent is a serious problem,” Schier said. “It’s probably not going to go away between now and Election Day.”
Of course, KSTP/SUSA’s polling has trended left in the past; evidence to this lies in the observation…:
Despite the allegations, Ellison has a big lead among female “likely voters,” 49 percent to 31 percent. Wardlow leads among men 51 percent to 34 percent.
…that they seem to oversample stupid women 49/31.