In a new poll released Wednesday, the Republican Party of Minnesota is lags behind the Democratic Party in the state.
A poll released by the state Democratic Party shows Republican Gov.
Mark Dayton at 32 percent, down one percentage point from a survey conducted in December.
Democrat Rob Hennepin is at 35 percent, while Republican Scott Dibble is at 36 percent.
A separate poll by the Republican-leaning Marquette University also shows Dayton at 30 and Dibble at 31.
That poll shows Dayton’s lead over Dibble widening, from three percentage points in December to six points in a new survey released Wednesday by the Marquette Public Opinion Institute.
That survey shows Dibble with a six-point lead over Hennephin, who is at 34 percent.
The new poll shows Dickey at 34, Henneps at 31 and Dibbles at 32.
A new poll by Quinnipiac University also finds Dayton at 33 percent, Henny at 33, Hernies at 32, Dibs at 32 and Dins at 33.
In a Quinnipac poll released last week, Hiden’s support among likely voters stood at 44 percent.
This poll also shows Hennys support dropping.
He was at 49 percent in December, but he is down to 41 percent in the new poll.
In the new survey, Hins support among Democrats dropped from 44 percent in January to 37 percent in this poll.
The poll shows the Democratic vote is split 50-50 in favor of Hennemans plan, with Dib and Dans support for the plan holding steady.
The survey was conducted by telephone from January 9-14.
It has a margin of error of 3.4 percentage points.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.