Election 2008: Mississippi Senate Special

There’s little change in the race between appointed U.S. Senator Roger Wicker (R) and former Governor Ronnie Musgrove (D). The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in Mississippi found Wicker attracts 47% of the vote, while Musgrove earns support from 42%. Last month, Wicker had a six-point edge.

When “leaners” are included, Wicker’s lead expands to nine percentage points, 52% to 43%. That’s the same as last month’s total.

Leaners are survey participants who initially indicate no preference for either major candidate but indicate that they are leaning towards either McCain or Obama.

Wicker leads 71% to 22% among white voters while Musgrove leads 83% to 17% among black voters. Premium Members can review full crosstabs and see results by gender, age, ideology, party, income, and other demographics. Time is running out to save on Premium Memberships. Sign up now and save. Learn More. Those figures are virtually unchanged from a month ago.

Rasmussen Reports