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Exclusive: Internal Poll Shows Southfield
Mayor Brenda Lawrence with 8-Point Lead for
MI-14 seat
Friday, June 13, 2014, 7:30 a.m.

An internal poll shows Southfield Mayor Brenda Lawrence at the top of the
heap for the open 14th congressional district seat.
The poll by Lake Research, a Washington, D.C., firm headed by prominent
Democratic strategist Celinda Lake, was obtained by Inside Michigan
Politics. Given the lack of public polling done on the race, especially with
the surprise, last-minute entry of former U.S. Rep. Hansen Clarke (DDetroit), and the track record of the pollster, IMP made the call to report on
another internal survey.
The poll indicates that the battle to replace U.S. Rep. Gary Peters (DBloomfield Twp.) is a two-person race. The MI-14 covers eastern Detroit, as
well as Oakland County cities including Pontiac, Southfield and Farmington
Hills.
Lawrence took 35% of the vote in a four-way matchup and Clarke had 27%.
Rep. Rudy Hobbs (D-Southfield) placed third in the poll with 6%. Burgess
Foster, who has run Detroit City Council and the state House, was last with
0%. That leaves one-third of the electorate -- 32% -- undecided.
Clarke won the city of Detroit, 36% to Lawrence’s 28%. Lawrence won the
city of Southfield, 46% to Clarke’s 14%. The survey’s composition was 40%
Detroit, 16% city of Southfield, 11% rest of Wayne County and 33% rest of
Oakland County.
Lawrence led with union households, 39% to Clarke’s 24%. She also won
non-union households, 33% to Clarke’s 28%.

Lawrence had a 6-point advantage with women, boosted in particular by
women over 60. Clarke had a 1-point lead with men, which is within the
margin of error. The survey included 61% women and 39% men.
Both Lawrence and Clarke sported high job approval ratings. Lawrence was
at 49% positive and 18% negative. Clarke posted 43% positive and 23%
negative.
The two top candidates also had almost identical favorability ratings. Clarke
had 54% favorable and 8% unfavorable. Lawrence was at 56% favorable
and 8% unfavorable.
The live-operator telephone survey was conducted between June 3 and 5
2014. The survey was of 400 likely Democratic primary voters in the MI-14,
and had a 4.9% margin of error.
These results differ from an automated poll done by Target Insyght/Michigan
Information & Research Service last month that showed Clarke in the lead
by 10 points with 32%. Lawrence had 22% and Hobbs was at 5%.
Lake Research conducted another poll in November, before Clarke declared.
In that survey, Lawrence led Hobbs 37% to 6% in a seven-way matchup,
with 46% undecided.
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