INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) – Representative Todd Young has a 12-point lead over Representative Marlin Stutzman in his quest to fill Indiana’s open senate seat.
Young is up 43% to Stutzman’s 31% according to the WTHR/HPI Indiana Poll.
The poll shows a quarter of GOP voters are still undecided.
The poll’s demographic breakdown reports a strong lead for Young in nearly every demographic category.
The lone lead for Stutzman is in the men 18 to 54 years old demographic where he leads 40% to 36%. Stutzman is also more competitive in the campaign for independent voters, but he still trails Young by 7-points.
The winner will face former Representative Baron Hill in November in the battle for retiring Senator Dan Coats’ seat.
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WTHR commissioned the poll with Howey Politics Indiana. The poll surveyed 500 likely voters via landline or cell phone in the state from April 18-21. It has a four-point margin of error.