Polls Show Forrester Leading Schundler
Schundler's supporters are more certain to vote: if turnout is low the race will be closer. Forrester leads 2:1 among moderates and liberals; conservatives are tied.
Seniors and most educated voters are tied. Younger and less educated groups back Forrester. Schundler leads in Northern NJ and among regular churchgoers.
About the Survey USA Poll: 2800 New Jersey adults were interviewed 4/30 - 5/2. Of them, 2406 were registered to vote. Of them, 801 were Republicans. Of them, 426 were judged to be "likely" Republican Primary voters. Poll reflects likely Republican Primary voters.
According to the most recent Quinnipiac University poll:
In a head to head match up, Forrester tops Schundler 45 - 40 percent among likely Republican voters.
About the Quinnipiac Poll: 2,006 New Jersey registered voters were surveyed from April 19 – 26. The survey includes 366 likely Republican primary voters, with a margin of error of +/- 5.1 percentage points.