Home Consulting Web Surveys Employment Polls Access User's Business List Payments The Music Workshop

Applications Alternatives 

Recently, Jingdong has cooperated with rolex replica , one of the world's most famous high-end replica bags . The hermes replica has entered gucci replica , a luxury e-commerce platform of replica hermes

    Survey and Analytics Information Technology Specialists

 

 

Polls

                                  Prince George's County 2018 Primary Election Results

 

Applications Alternatives predicted 82/% of the contested county wide 2018 Prince George?s County primary winners. See below:

Candidate Predicted to Win

Won?

Angela Alsobrooks, County Executive

YES

Aisha Braveboy, State?s Attorney

YES

Melvin High, Sheriff

YES

Mel Franklin, at-large Councilmember

YES

Juanita Miller, at large Councilmember

No

Cereta Lee, Register of Wills

YES

Undetermined for Clerk of Circuit Court

N/A

Wendy Alice Cartwright, Orphan?s Court Judge

YES

Athena Groves, Orphan?s Court Judge

YES

Vicki Orem, Orphan?s Court Judge

YES

 

Prince George's County 2018 Primary Election Poll*

 

May Poll

Although the numbers appear to have changed since the March poll, there is no significant difference between the March County Executive poll results and the May results. The margin of error for the May poll is + or - 7.2%, n = 185. Angela Alsobrooks continues to hold a double digit lead and Anthony Muse is a distant third.

 

For the second poll conducted from April 20, 2018 to April 27, 2018, we found no significant difference between the March 2018 findings and the April 2018 findings.

 

March Poll

Conducted by Applications Alternatives, March 20, 2018 to March 26, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* All results for Democratic Party offices have a margin of error of +- 11,17%, n = 77. Results for Circuit Court Judges have a margin of error of + - 10.96%, n = 80. Poll was taken of likely voters, mostly older. Results were weighted by Legislative District, Council District, and Gender.

Last Modified: 6/28/2018