News 9 Exclusive Poll Shows Who Oklahoma Voters Are Supporting, Opinions On Masks

Thursday, September 10th 2020, 6:10 am
By: Caleb Califano

News 9 asked nearly 500 voters where they stand when it comes to mask mandates and here's how they responded.

The exclusive poll shows that around 72 percent of people who responded said they do approve of mask mandates, opposed the to 26 percent who said they don't.

Breaking it down even further, we asked voters how their children are attending school during the pandemic

45 percent of poll-takers said their children are attending school in person. The rest said they are either doing virtual schooling or a blended option.

After a long 2020, we are inching closer and closer to election day. Here's what voters in Oklahoma say they are supporting.

After polling nearly 500 voters, our exclusive poll shows President Trump with a solid lead over former Vice President Joe Biden.

60 percent said they would be voting for the President come November. Very few Oklahomans said they are undecided.

Read Related: Poll: President Holds Commanding Lead In Oklahoma Over Biden

Meanwhile, in the U.S. Senate race, incumbent Senator Jim Inhofe leads democratic candidate Abby Broyles 57 to 33 percent.

The current Senator's favorability remains high, 57 percent of responders say they approve of him.

Broyles's approval rating sits at 36 percent. 39 percent of the responders say they don't know enough about her.

Read Related: Poll: Sen. Inhofe Holds Big Lead In Quest For 5th Full Term