The new Survey USA poll on the Kansas GOP Senate race did not hold good news for the Tiahrt camp.
Moran leads Tiahrt 53-33, a gap of 20 percent. Looking at the March poll by SurveyUSA, Moran jumped 11 points, while Tiahrt only gained one percent. Undecideds dropped to nine percent, from 21 percent in March.
Looking at the crosstabs, Moran has a lead in self-identified conservatives, with 47 percent. Tiahrt shows 39 percent in that block. Going to the Tea Party numbers, Moran leads in both favorable and unfavorable ratings. His Tea Party favorables are 47 percent and his unfavorables are 77 percent. Tiahrt, in the same category has 39 percent favorables and 9 percent unfavorables. All crosstab brackets tilt towards Moran except Southeast Kansas. Even there, however, Tiahrt can only claim a five point advantage (41 percent for Moran, 46 percent for Tiahrt). Moran, as expected has Western Kansas locked with 72 percent.
The whole report can be seen here.