Kansas Democrats were predictably quick to jump on the results of a SurveyUSA poll this week unflattering to Gov. Sam Brownback. But they called no attention to the poll’s misspelling of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis’ name (as “Paul David”), or numbers showing puny name recognition. Updated polling results with Davis’ correct name found 49 percent of the 549 registered voters surveyed had no opinion of him and just 9 percent had a favorable one – compared with 21 percent who said they had a favorable opinion of running mate Jill Docking. The survey, sponsored by KWCH, Channel 12, had 58 percent naming the economy and jobs as the biggest issue for them in choosing a governor, followed by education with 24 percent.
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