Former Missouri Governor Eric Greitens leads the race in the US Senate race in Missouri.
Eric Greitens leads Attorney General Eric Schmitt 26% to 17% in the race for US Senate.
Former Governor Eric Greitens is leading the other candidates ahead of the primary for the U.S. Senate seat for Missouri, an exclusive KMOV poll shows.
The poll, conducted by SurveryUSA and released Tuesday, found Greitens takes 26 percent of the vote.
Incumbent Attorney General Eric Schmitt had 17 percent, followed by incumbent U.S. Representative Vicky Hartzler with 11 percent and U.S. Representative Billy Long with 7 percent.
Each of the other 16 candidates on the ballot polled at 2 percent or less, while 28 percent of likely voters were undecided.
Where the GOP candidates fell regionally/topically
In southeast Missouri, Greitens took 46 percent of the vote, more than 4:1 ahead of Schmitt.
Schmitt polled better in suburban parts of the state at 24 percent.
Schmitt and Greitens are tied in greater St. Louis.