Spectrum News/IPSOS Poll Released Today; Ranked Choice Voting has 11-point Lead in MA
For Immediate Release
Boston, Mass. — October 23, 2020 —
A new poll out from Spectrum News/Ipsos today shows the Yes on 2 campaign with an 11-point lead heading into Election Day. 45% of those surveyed support the ranked choice voting initiative, with 34% opposed to the question and 21% of voters surveyed undecided.
“With eleven days to go the volunteers of this grassroots campaign have the most important thing a campaign needs in its final days — momentum,” said Cara McCormick, campaign manager for Yes on 2. “Ranked Choice Voting puts more power in the hands of voters. It will help strengthen our democracy at a time we need it the most.”
Spectrum News/Ipsos will continue to analyze the results between now and Election Day.
The Yes on 2 Campaign is also out today with a new 30-second TV spot and an accompanying two-minute explainer video highlighting some of the campaign’s many Massachusetts endorsements heading into the election.
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About the Yes on 2 Campaign
Yes On 2 is a citizen-led, nonpartisan campaign to adopt Ranked Choice Voting for Massachusetts elections starting in 2022. Ranked Choice Voting is a common-sense reform that gives voters more voice, more choice, more power and more freedom. It will strengthen our democracy by ensuring our leaders are supported by the broadest majority of voters and reflect the true will of the people.