Paul is up 44-25 on Grayson. 39% of likely primary voters have a favorable opinion of
him to 13% unfavorable while 22% view Grayson positively to 15% unfavorable.
Paul is winning the votes of conservatives by a 47-20 margin, while Grayson holds a 36-
34 lead with moderates. Paul is having a particularly good amount of success with folks
who think that the Republican Party in Washington has become too liberal- his lead with
them is 54-18. Paul’s support is universal across demographic lines, as he is up with
men, women, voters in every region of the state, and every group of the GOP electorate
broken down by age.
Public Policy Polling surveyed 478 Likely Republican Primary Voters from Dec. 18 to 21.