Election 2022: Exclusive Polls

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12 News is Your Local Election Headquarters. Stay with us for comprehensive campaign coverage through Election Day, including exclusive polls, candidate interviews, debates and expert analysis.

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With so many issues and concerns on voters’ minds, it’s shaping up to be a big election year in Rhode Island. Now, 12 News is proud to partner again with Roger Williams University to deliver a series of surveys that will reveal the leaders in key races and what voters care about most.

The polls will be conducted by Rhode Island-based Fleming & Associates, which has been conducting research for WPRI 12 since 1984.

An experienced team of 12 News journalists led by Target 12 Chief Investigative Reporter Tim White and 12 News Politics Editor Ted Nesi will provide in-depth reporting and analysis on the candidates and the issues in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts leading up to the November election.

The results of our most recent exclusive poll came in Thursday, Oct. 6. Find out who’s ahead in the races for Rhode Island governor and the state’s 2nd congressional district, as well as what issue is most important to voters. See full Results Here »

Newsmakers Poll Roundtable – Tim White, Ted Nesi, Joe Fleming and Cara Cromwell

Our first poll released on May 17 gave us insight into the Democratic primaries for Rhode Island governor and the hotly contested 2nd Congressional seat being vacated by Jim Langevin.

About WPRI 12: A Nexstar Media Inc. station, WPRI provides local news, network and syndicated entertainment and local programming to the viewers of the Providence, R.I./New Bedford, Mass., television market. WPRI 12 is known for broadcasting 12 News and delivering quality television and digital media.

About RWU: At Roger Williams University, students are prepared to be thinkers and doers ready to solve challenging problems with innovative solutions. RWU offers 50 majors and robust offerings of graduate and professional programs across eight schools of study including Rhode Island’s only law school, with campuses on the coast of Bristol and in the heart of Providence, R.I. With small classrooms and a focus on undergraduate and graduate research and community engagement, a Roger Williams education blends the strength of liberal arts and professional studies, providing all students with the depth and breadth of interdisciplinary thinking and well-rounded knowledge necessary to succeed in our interconnected, global world. RWU is committed to strengthening society through engaged scholarship so that students graduate with the ability to think critically and apply the practical skills that today’s employers demand.