By Jason Flanary
Oct. 29, 2010 Centreville, VA - A survey conducted by ccAdvertising, a Virginia based public opinion firm, shows John Doak with a double digit lead over the Democratic opponent Kim Holland.
On October 21-22 a poll of 11,071 “likely voters” voters in Oklahoma showed Doak with 48% (5,354 votes) to Holland's 35% (3,910) with 16% undecided (1,777). Ironically, of those surveyed 35% also had a favorable opinion of President Obama, whom Holland was a presidential delegate for in 2008.
Other findings in the survey showed 28% support the Tea Party movement, 69% want Obama Care repealed and 84% prefer their taxes not be raised, and, if possible, to have their taxes reduced.