TUCSON, Ariz. — The race is tight for the U.S. Senate in Arizona.
A new poll from OH Predictive Insights shows Republican Senator Martha McSally with 45% -- only a 1-point lead over Mark Kelly, who is seeking the Democratic nomination in Arizona. He's polling at 44%.
The poll, which was taken between May 1 and May 2 among likely Arizona voters, also shows 10% of Arizonans undecided in the race.
Recent polls show that @ShuttleCDRKelly is closing in on @SenMcSallyAZ since February polling Kelly has closed the already narrow 2 point lead held by McSally to a single point. #ArizonaElections #Election2020 Read more → https://t.co/VQvOO3bu3h pic.twitter.com/aerH2AwEoD— OHPI (@OHPredictive) May 13, 2019
The poll also shows a net-positive opinion for former Air Force pilot Martha McSally, at 51% favorable. More than a third of Arizonans either haven't made up their mind or haven't heard of former NASA astronaut and Navy pilot Mark Kelly.
Despite the closing gap between @ShuttleCDRKelly and @SenMcSallyAZ McSally holds stronger favorability among likely voters (51%) and name ID (91%). To learn more check out our press release → https://t.co/75a0YJ2R1c pic.twitter.com/eTkGlw9ho5— OHPI (@OHPredictive) May 13, 2019
The Democratic Primary election in Arizona is August 25, 2020, and the general election is Nov. 3, 2020.