Republican Chris Stewart is in the driver's seat as he seeks another term in Washington.
Our UtahPolicy.com poll conducted by Dan Jones and Associates finds the freshman Congressman with a 32-point lead over Democratic challenger Luz Robles. 9% of voters say they are undecided headed into the election.
Robles is winning nearly every Democratic vote in the district (91-3%), but Stewart is ahead among independents 49-30%.
Not surprisingly, Tea Party voters prefer Stewart by an 82-0 count, while non-Tea Party members favor Stewart by a 53-32% margin.
We found Hispanic voters were evenly split between Stewart and Robles with 1/3 favoring the Republican and another 1/3 favoring Robles. An additional 33% of Hispanic voters were undecided between the two candidates.
The survey was conducted among 207 active voters. It has a margin of error of +/- 6.81%.