NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 6, 2015) – Anzalone Liszt Grove Research has released new polling conducted on behalf of the Megan Barry for Mayor campaign which shows that “[d]espite being vastly outspent by self-funders, a recent internal poll finds Metro Councilmember Megan Barry with a strong popularity rating and holding firm to a second-place position among a crowded field of candidates.”
“We are incredibly grateful for the outpouring of grassroots support which has allowed our campaign to grow and continue to build momentum in this election,” said Claudia Huskey, campaign manager for Megan Barry. “Megan may not have the millions that some of her competitors have, but she does have a record of fighting for Nashvillians and a vision for the future of our city – and we are seeing that resonate with voters all across Davidson County.”
According to the polling memo, the current vote stands at 21% Freeman / 16% Barry / 13% Gentry / 11% Fox / 9% Rebrovick / 8% Bone / 3% Kane / 18% undecided. Barry’s 16% vote share is a +5 point increase from April internal polling.