New poll numbers from Mark Blankenship Enterprises offer a window into possible U.S. Senate races in 2014.
The results, released Wednesday, show 40% of Democratic primary voters in West Virginia indicate they would vote for Secretary of State Natalie Tennant in a potential primary race against Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis, Attorney Nick Preservati and Attorney Ralph Baxter.
“Tennant polls very well among self described liberal Democrats and across all three Congressional districts,” Mark Blakenship said on Wednesday’s MetroNews Talkline.
With that scenario, the MBE poll shows 12% would vote for Justice Davis, 1% for Preservati and 1% for Baxter.
More than two in five Democratic primary voters, though, are undecided with just more than a year to go until the 2014 Primary Election.
None of the above Democrats has officially launched U.S. Senate campaigns.
The survey finds Second District Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito, a Republican and the only U.S. Senate candidates who has announced a run, has a 19% lead over potential Democratic challenger and Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis.