Arizona Senate Race: Sinema has a slim lead over McSally in latest poll


As a result, their un-favorability ratings increased by 11 points. Forty-four percent (44%) of Arizona voters have a negative view of McSally. On the other hand, 41 percent of Arizonans have unfavorable perception of Sinema.

When it comes to their favorability rating, a higher number of Arizona voters have a positive view of Sinema (49 percent) than McSally (44%).

Issues that matter to Arizona voters

A separate survey released by ABC 15 and OH Predictive Insights show that 59 percent of Arizona voters already sent in their ballots. Twenty-nine percent (29%) are planning to send their ballots while 12 percent want to vote at the polling centers.

In addition, the survey showed that immigration, education, and health care are the most important issues in the state.

Thirty-seven percent (37%) of voters care about immigration, 25 percent about health care and 19 percent about health care.

McSally thinks health care doesn’t matter to Arizonans

McSally is focusing her message on immigration—promising Arizonans that she will work on strengthening border security. She is facing criticisms over her position on health coverage for people with pre-existing conditions.