Ward 33: Mell in Trouble
Incumbent only getting support from third of voters
CHICAGO, IL - Ogden & Fry, conducted a 1-Question Poll on behalf of Aldertrack, Friday, February 6, 2015 for Alderman of the 33rd Ward with 365 respondents.
Respondents were selected by random sampling of likely voters.
Emanuel-appointed Alderman Deb Mell is in serious trouble. She is only getting support from 1 out of 3 likely voters in the diverse 33rd Ward. Schoolteacher and union-endorsed Tim Meegan is currently positioned to be the runoff challenger. Mell will have difficulty bringing her numbers up in a heads-up match-up.
Since most activity in Municipal Elections occurs in the last 2 weeks, there is still room for further development in this race.
Ogden & Fry strives to increase the accuracy of political polling by measuring voters most likely to vote based on voter history. Voting is a socialized behavior with predictable reliability and consistency.
Ogden & Fry maintains a database with 20 years of voting history. For Chicago Aldermanic elections, likely voters are randomly selected from voters who voted in at least 1 of the last 3 elections.
Respondents by Gender
Respondents by Age
|Age 18 - 30||43||11.8%|
|Age 31 - 45||145||39.7%|
|Age 46 - 64||120||32.9%|
|Age 65 plus||57||15.6%|
Respondents by Zipcode