Kari Lake ahead 28 points in hypothetical Arizona Republican Senate primary: poll

No Arizona Republicans have entered the 2024 Senate primary.

Published: April 19, 2023 7:38am

Former Arizona Republican nominee for governor Kari Lake is 28 points ahead of all other possible candidates in a hypothetical 2024 GOP Senate primary poll for her state.

A plurality of 38% of registered Arizona Republicans and undeclared voters said they would vote for Lake, even though she has not announced plans to run for Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s (I-Ariz.) seat, according to a poll from JL Partners taken April 10-12.

The runner-up to Lake is Karrin Taylor Robson, who lost the GOP gubernatorial primary to Lake last year, with 10% support.

Following Robson, Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb has 8%, 2022 Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters has 7% and 2022 Arizona Attorney General candidate Abraham Hamadeh has 4%.

No Arizona Republicans have entered the 2024 Senate primary, but Lake, Masters and Hamadeh were all endorsed by former President Donald Trump last year in their respective primaries.

The poll had 550 respondents and a 4.2% margin of error.

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