Independent Iowa Polls Show Delaney Early State Efforts are Paying Off

Two separate, independent Iowa polls released in the past two months found that presidential candidate, Congressman John K. Delaney’s (MD-6) name ID is high among Iowa caucus-goers.

WASHINGTON – Two separate, independent Iowa polls released in the past two months found that presidential candidate, Congressman John K. Delaney’s (MD-6) name ID is high among Iowa caucus-goers. In September, Emerson College conducted an independent poll and found that Delaney’s name ID among likely caucus-goers was at 79%. A second poll by David Binder Research released earlier this month found Delaney’s name ID among caucus-goers to be at 64%.

“These polls confirm what we’ve seen and heard on the ground over the past few months – people are getting to know us in this crucial first state”, said Congressman John Delaney. “I’ve spent the past year introducing myself to voters in Iowa and this shows that it’s working. When I first announced my run for president, my name ID in Iowa was virtually at zero percent, but 19 trips and more than 200 events later, Iowans know who I am, and my message of bringing the country back together and focusing on the future is resonating. As an entrepreneur who took two companies public on the New York Stock Exchange, I know that there’s no substitute for hard work, so I’ll continue working hard and going everywhere and talking to everyone.”