Sioux Falls, S.D. – “After testing four frames giving the respondents additional information — one positive Bengs frame, one negative, one positive Thune frame and one negative — Bengs ultimately led Thune 45% to 38%,” according to the release.
The poll claims only 41% of South Dakotans had a favorable opinion of Thune, while 46% gave him an unfavorable rating. Among undecided voters, 22% have a favorable opinion while 59% have an unfavorable one.
Read the article in the South Dakota Standard here.