Republican Kari Lake is beating Democrat Katie Hobbs by 11 percent in a new poll from Fox 10 Phoenix and Insider Advantage with just two weeks until Election Day.
The survey of 550 likely voters from Oct. 24-25 shows Lake with 54 percent, compared with 43 percent for Hobbs, who is the incumbent secretary of state.
Lake, who was a former news anchor at Fox 10 Phoenix, has been hitting the campaign trail hard the past few weeks, as she has been holding numerous events across the Phoenix Metropolitan Area and throughout the state. Lake has been on an “Ask Me Anything” tour, held a concert with country singer John Rich and Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn in rural Morristown, Arizona, and her televised interview through the Citizens Clean Elections Commission aired this weekend. Republican Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin and former Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard both endorsed her in recent events as well.
While Hobbs has still been campaigning, she has maintained a more low-key presence with arguably less press access.
In the Senate race, the same poll has Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly at 45 percent, Republican Blake Masters at 43 percent, and Libertarian Marc Victor at 6 percent.
The poll overall has a 4.2 percent margin of error, which indicates that Kelly and Masters are neck and neck. As these numbers indicate a small percentage of undecided voters in both races, it’s clear that the outcome will truly boil down to a small group of people, especially in the senatorial race.