By Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America - JD Vance, CC BY-SA 2.0,

A new poll is showing bad news for J.D. Vance, a candidate fighting with several other high profile Republicans for the Ohio GOP nomination for Senate in 2022.

As The Daily Caller reports:

Coefficient poll of 613 likely voters found businessman Mike Gibbons leading a crowd of six candidates with 20% support and former state treasurer Josh Mandel in second with 18% support. The two other candidates who have received major media attention, former state Republican Party Chairwoman Jane Timken and Vance, were in fourth and fifth with 6% and 5% support, respectively. The poll, conducted from Feb. 6-8, had a margin of error of 3.9%.

Tony Fabrizio, a pollster who has been working for the pro-Vance Protect Ohio Values Super PAC, warned Monday that the “Hillbilly Elegy” author is perceived by many primary voters as too anti-Trump to gain their support. The Club for Growth, which supports Mandel, has run an ad campaign highlighting Vance’s work as a contributor at CNN and opposition to then-candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election.

A spokesperson for Vance did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller’s request for comment.

A December poll by The Trafalgar Group found Mandel in first place with 21% support and Vance in second with 15% support. That poll was conducted just before Gibbons launched a $10 million ad campaign. Gibbons, an investment banker, has loaned his campaign more than $11.4 million.

Former President Trump has so far refused to make an endorsement in the race.


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  1. When he said he didn’t like Trump and would have to vote for Hellery, that’s all I needed to hear. I live in Ohio and I’m good with either Gibbons or Mandel. Good to see RINO Portman leaving!

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