During the 2009 poll survey, the Public Policy Polling revealed that Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison is well ahead of Governor Rick Perry by 25 percent. Afterwards, a survey from Rasmussen Reports showed Governor Perry ahead with 46 percent to Senator Hutchison’s 36 percent. The final result was Perry won without much excess.
Now a Public Policy Polling survey is presenting Democrat bet Beto O’Rourke leading Senator Ted Cruz, which is 45 percent and 37 percent respectively – an eight points difference. End Citizens United paid for the survey. However, the survey numbers for O’Rourke and Cruz are similar to the other surveys before. And Beto O’Rourke is more or less like any other Democrat bet. As per Public Policy Polling, most people surveyed had their view about Ted Cruz, which came out with 38 percent in favor of him and 49 percent are not. But the survey on O’Rourke showed that 61 percent have nothing to say about him.
To provoke a more definite answer from the public, survey questions at a later part became more blatantly forthright like – will Ted Cruz be more responsive to his big campaign donors or the ordinary Texan?
To fuel the campaign more, some ads specifically say that Beto O’Rourke has not taken any money from PACS and that his campaign funds came from ordinary individuals. So many will conclude that since this is the case, O’Rourke will work for the ordinary man from Texas and not some specials individuals or group in Washington. While Ted Cruz, on the other hand, received $1.3 million from business PACS, and he voted a huge tax break for them. So in this kind of scenario, if Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke are both running for the Senate, who would the ordinary Texan vote for?
By far O’Rourke’s lead was only 43 percent to 41 percent, and no other survey has indicated that Beto O’Rourke will be able to win the Senatorial election. However, Ted Cruz does have ratings that are unfavorable, and surveys indicated he might lose the race since his image from the 2016 Republican presidential challenge was not desirable.
End Citizens United is a political action committee that supports Democrat candidates who have favored the campaign reform program. Its funds come from the grassroots – meaning the resources that ECU uses to support or back Democrat candidates come from ordinary Americans and not some special groups that have some vested interests in politics or otherwise.
End Citizens United was organized on March 1, 2015, to contend with large groups that fund political campaigns so the election results would go their way. The primary goal of End Citizens United is to prevent the use of money as the factor that runs the election or any political campaign and to ensure that pro-reform candidates get elected to office.