From KATU-2 News
The poll found that 18 percent of people who had planned to vote for Kitzhaber have changed their minds in the wake of the Cylvia Hayes scandals, and now intend to vote for Republican opponent Dennis Richardson.If those numbers hold, Richardson would win by a wide margin.The poll found that 38 percent of respondents planned to vote for Kitzhaber, and still do. But another 18 percent said they’ve shifted allegiances, which, added to the 37 percent who already planned to vote for Richardson, would be enough to give Richardson the election. Another six percent of voters as a whole – and nine percent of Democrats – said they’re still unsure how they’ll vote. One percent said they had planned to vote for Richardson but will vote for Kitzhaber instead.