AARP Poll Shows Pryor Leading Cotton, Other Polls Show Different Results

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ARKANSAS (KFSM) – AARP poll results released on Monday (Aug. 11) show Arkansans age 50 and up are experiencing a high level of anxiety about retirement issues, and in a small margin, prefer Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., over Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark.

The poll shows that 48 percent support Pryor, while 43 percent support Cotton. The margin of error was reported to be 2.9 percent, according to a news release from Pryor’s campaign staff.

Contrasting this, a Talk Business-Hendrix College poll released in late July showed Cotton with a slight lead over Pryor with the 65 and up age group, the release states.

Pryor and Cotton are both campaigning for a U.S. Senate seat that is currently held by Pryor. Voters are set to decide who will represent Arkansas as senator in November.



  • Arnold Fudpucker

    No surprise. AARP is a lib organization and only after more power. Pryor needs to go. He has been riding his daddy’s coattails for too long. Sycophant for obumma (lapdog for you dummies). Let him go get a real job for a change and let’s see how easily his gives up his money!

  • Elaphas

    No surprise here – straight out of he democrat/AARP playbook to scare the s**t out of seniors with lies and propaganda every election cycle.

  • Sarah 300

    Vote for MARK PRYOR! He cares about Arkansas people. Cotton works for The Koch Brothers like a puppet on a string.
    Once again Elephas and Fudpucker prove they are the same person. Don’t listen to people who can’t even be honest on a TV news website.

  • Arnold Fudpucker

    Is Sarah 300 actually Mark?
    Pryor works for obumma. obumma contributes nothing but takes everything. At least the Koch boys contribute productivity.
    Don’t listen to libs like Sarah/Mark who can’t be honest on a tv news website.

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