Poll: Rauner marginally more trustworthy than Quinn

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A new poll of the Illinois governor’s race shows Bruce Rauner’s lead narrows whenmeasuring the trustworthiness of the two candidates for governor.

The Reboot Illinois/We Ask America poll showed43.6 percent foundRauner to be more trustworthy while40.5 percent gave that distinction toGov. Pat Quinn. Another 16 percent were undecided on which candidate they trusted more.

That same survey had Rauner leading Quinn by eight percentage points.

This copyrighted Reboot Illinois poll asked respondents, Who do you consider to be more trustworthy: Bruce Rauner or Pat Quinn? The poll, conducted by We Ask America, is based on automated phone calls with a random sample of 2,110 likely Illinois voters statewide on Sept. 3 and 4, 2014. Margin of error is +/-2.5 percentage points. 30 percent of responses are from cell phone contacts. Party breakdown of poll participants is 26.35 percent Republicans, 37.37 percent Democrats and 36.28 percent independents.

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