OKLAHOMA CITY - A new poll released by voter research company Magellan Strategies on Wednesday shows a three-way tie atop the GOP leaderboard for Oklahoma governor.

The survey asked 644 likely Republican primary voters in Oklahoma on April 18-19 and 22 for whom they planned to vote. The survey has a margin or error of +/-3.86 percent.

Leading the race is Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb with 19 percent support. However, businessman Kevin Stitt is right there with him, also at 19 percent. Running slightly behind the two of them is former Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett at 17 percent.

U.S. Attorney Gary Richardson has 12 percent support. Former State Rep. Dan Fisher has five percent support, and State Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones has five percent support. The 'undecideds' come in at 23 percent, according to the Magellan survey.

Look through the summary of the survey below: