Polls that mention LP, or a Libertarian candidate, or “libertarian” self-id

2014-10-23
Texas (multiple)
Rebecca Paddock 7% (U.S. Senate)
Kathie Glass 6% (Governor)
Robert D. Butler 9% (Lt. Governor)
Jamie Balagia 8% (Attorney General)
Ben Sanders 11% (Comptroller)
Justin Knight 10% (Land Commissioner)
David “Rocky” Palmquist 9% (Agriculture Commissioner)
Mark Miller 10% (Railroad Commissioner)
University of Texas/Texas Tribune
Link

2014-10-19
Texas (Governor)
Kathie Glass <1%
KHOU – Houston Public Media
Link

2014-10-17
Idaho (Governor)
John Bujak 4%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-10-16
Florida (Attorney General)
Bill Wohlsifer 6%
Tampa Bay Times/Bay News 9/UF Bob Graham Center
Link

2014-10-15
nationwide (Congress)
Libertarian candidates 9%
Wall Street Journal/NBC News
Link

2014-10-14
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 8%
StPetePolls
Link

2014-10-13
Colorado (Governor)
Matthew Hess 3%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-10-13
Illinois (Governor)
Chad Grimm 7%
We Ask America
Link

2014-10-13
North Dakota (U.S. House at-large)
Robert “Jack” Seaman 4%
Forum Communications
Link

2014-10-13
Utah (CD 4)
Jim Vein 1%
UtahPolicy
Link

2014-10-10
Virginia (U.S. Senate)
Robert Sarvis 6%
University of Mary Washington
Link

2014-10-09
Louisiana (CD 5)
Charles Saucier <1%
Glascock Group
Link

2014-10-07
Georgia (Governor)
Andrew Hunt 4%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-10-07
Georgia (U.S. Senate)
Amanda Swafford 3%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-10-07
Georgia (U.S. Senate)
Amanda Swafford 5%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-10-07
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 13%
0ptimus
Link

2014-10-06
Kansas (Governor)
Keen Umbehr 4%
SurveyUSa
Link

2014-10-06
Minnesota (Governor)
Chris Holbrook 0%
KSTP/SurveyUSA
Link

2014-10-05
Kansas (U.S. Senate)
Randall Batson 5%
NBC News/Marist
Link

2014-10-05
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 7%
NBC News/Marist
Link

2014-10-01
South Carolina (Governor)
Steve French 2%
Winthrop University
Link

2014-09-30
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 4%
Civitas Institute
Link

2014-09-30
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 8%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-09-26
Virginia (U.S. Senate)
Robert Sarvis 4%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-09-25
Virginia (U.S. Senate)
Robert Sarvis 6%
Quinnipiac University
Link

2014-09-24
Georgia
Andrew Hunt 4% (Governor)
Amanda Swafford 4% (U.S. Senate)
WXIA
Link

2014-09-23
Arizona (Governor)
Barry Hess 7%
Restore Arizona’s Future PAC
Link

2014-09-23
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 6%
High Point University
Link

2014-09-21
Michigan (U.S. Senate)
Jim Fulner 3%
We Ask America
Link

2014-09-21
Michigan (Governor)
Mary Buzuma 2%
We Ask America
Link

2014-09-21
Illinois (Governor)
Chad Grimm 6%
We Ask America
Link

2014-09-21
Illinois
Matthew Skopek 7% (Lt Governor)
Julie Fox 6% (Comptroller)
Christopher Michel 5% (SOS)
Chicago Sun-Times/We Ask America
Link

2014-09-18
Oregon (U.S. Senate)
Mike Montchalin 3%
Woman Trend
Link

2014-09-16
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 5%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-09-16
Kansas
Keen Umbehr 7% (Governor)
Randall Batson 4% (U.S. Senate)
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-09-11
Illinois (Governor)
Chad Grimm 5%
Democratic Governors Association
Link

2014-09-09
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 8%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-09-09
Michigan
Mary Buzuma 3% (Governor)
Jim Fulner 4% (U.S. Senate)
Justin Altman 5% (Attorney General)
Jamie Lewis 3% (SOS)
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-09-08
Kansas (U.S. Senate)
Randall Batson 6%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-09-08
Kansas (Governor)
Keen Umbehr 5%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-09-06
Colorado (Governor)
Matthew Hess 5%
NBC/Marist
Link

2014-09-06
Kentucky (U.S. Senate)
David Patterson 8%
NBC/Marist
Link

2014-09-04
New Hampshire (U.S. Senate)
Gardner Goldsmith 9%
American Crossroads
Link

2014-09-04
Illinois (Governor)
Chad Grimm 7%
We Ask America
Link

2014-09-03
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 6%
Tampa Bay Times/Bay News 9/UF Bob Graham Center
Link

2014-08-31
Kentucky (U.S. Senate)
David Patterson 5%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-08-29
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 4%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-08-27
Iowa (U.S. Senate)
Douglas Butzier 1%
Suffolk University/USA TODAY
Link

2014-08-26
Iowa
Lee Deakins Hieb 2% (Governor)
Douglas Butzier 2% (U.S. Senate)
Jake Porter 2% (SOS)
Keith Laube 5% (Treasurer)
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-08-25
Kansas
Keen Umbehr 5% (Governor)
Randall Batson 4% (U.S. Senate)
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-08-23
Maryland (Governor)
Shawn Quinn 3%
nMessage
Link

2014-08-22
Georgia (U.S. Senate)
Amanda Swafford 3%
Landmark Communications/WSB-TV
Link

2014-08-19
Kansas (U.S. Senate)
Randall Batson 3%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-08-19
Kansas (Governor)
Keen Umbehr 9%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-08-19
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 8%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-08-18
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 4%
Florida Chamber Political Institute
Link

2014-08-15
Georgia (Governor)
Andrew Hunt 7%
InsiderAdvantage/Opinion Savvy
Link

2014-08-15
Georgia (U.S. Senate)
Amanda Swafford 8%
InsiderAdvantage/Opinion Savvy
Link

2014-08-12
Kentucky (U.S. Senate)
David Patterson 7%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-08-08
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 7%
Civitas Institute
Link

2014-07-26
Virginia (U.S. Senate)
Robert Sarvis 5%
Roanoke College
Link

2015-07-25
Kentucky (U.S. Senate)
David Patterson 7%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-07-25
Kansas (U.S. Senate)
Randall Batson 4%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-07-24
South Carolina (Governor)
Steve French 2%
Palmetto Politics
Link

2014-07-24
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 9%
Quinnipiac University
Link

2014-07-23
Montana (U.S. House at-large)
Mike Fellows 6%
Gravis Marketing
Link

2014-07-23
Montana (U.S. Senate)
Roger Roots 6%
Gravis Marketing
Link

2014-07-22
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 8%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-07-16
Colorado (multiple)
Gaylon Kent 6%
Matt Hess 6%
David Williams 9%
David Schambach 7%
David Jurist 6%
Gravis Marketing
Link

poll date listed as Summer 2014
Reason poll of “millennials”
7% self-id as “libertarian”
Link

2014-07-14
Georgia (Governor)
Andrew Hunt 8%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-06-30
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 6%
Gravis Marketing
Link

2014-06-30
Florida (Attorney General)
Bill Wohlsifer 5%
Gravis Marketing
Link

2014-06-26
Georgia (Governor)
Andrew Hunt 3%
Morris News
Link

2014-06-26
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 9%
Civitas Institute
Link

2014-06-24
Kansas (Governor)
Keen Umbehr 5%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-06-23
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 4%
Florida Chamber of Commerce Political Institute
Link

2014-06-19
New Hampshire (U.S. Senate)
Gardner Goldsmith 2%
Suffolk University
Link

2014-06-18
Nebraska (Governor)
Mark Elworth 8%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-06-17
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 11%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-06-12
Texas (multiple)
Rebecca Paddock 5%
Kathie Glass 3%
Robert Butler 4%
Jamie Balagia 3%
Ben Sanders 5%
Justin Knight 6%
Rocky Palmquist 4%
Mark Miller 6%
UT/Texas Tribune
Link

2014-06-06
Georgia (Governor)
Andrew Hunt 7%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-06-06
Georgia (U.S. Senate)
Amanda Swafford 6%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-06-06
Florida (CD 13)
Lucas Overby 31%
StPetePolls
Link

2014-05-29
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 8%
Civitas Institute
Link

2014-05-27
Georgia (Governor)
Andrew Hunt 7%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-05-23
West Virginia (CD 2)
Davy Jones 3-4%
Tarrance Group
Link

2014-05-13
Georgia (Governor)
Andrew Hunt 7%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-05-13
North Carolina (U.S. Senate)
Sean Haugh 11%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-04-30
Florida (Attorney General)
Bill Wohlsifer 7%
Gravis Marketing
Link

2014-04-28
Georgia (Governor)
Andrew Hunt 9%
SurveyUSA
Link

2014-04-24
Florida (Governor)
Adrian Wyllie 4%
Mason-Dixon Polling & Research
Link

2014-04-23
Colorado (U.S. Senate)
Gaylon Kent 7%
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Link

2014-04-07
Arkansas (U.S. Senate)
Nathan LaFrance 2%
Talk Business-Hendrix College
Link

2014-04-06
Arkansas (Governor)
Frank Gilbert 3%
Talk Business-Hendrix College
Link

2014-03-27
Virginia (U.S. Senate)
Robert Sarvis 6%
Quinnipiac University
Link

2014-03-10
Florida (CD 13)
Lucas Overby 6%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-02-14
Texas (multiple judicial offices)
Mark W. Bennett 22.1% (ahead of Democrat)
Quanah Parker 23.4%
William Bryan Strange III 23.0%
Don Fulton 13.1%
Texas Bar Association
Link
(This is a poll of TBA members, not a public poll.)

2014-02-13
Florida (CD 13)
Lucas Overby 12%
Saint Leo University
Link

2014-02-12
Florida (CD 13)
Lucas Overby 4%
Tampa Bay Times/Bay News 9/WUSF Public Media
Link

2014-02-05
Alaska (U.S. House)
Jim McDermott 12%
Public Policy Polling
Link

2014-01-15
Florida (CD 13)
Lucas Overby 4.4%
St Pete Polls
Link

Congratulations to the winners of our Presidential Debate straw poll and thank you to everyone who participated! Use the bottom below to view the results!