Monday's poll had U.S. Rep. Brad Carson, D-Claremore, maintaining the slim 2-percentage-point advantage he held last week over Tom Coburn. The weekly poll, conducted by Wilson Research Strategies, has a margin of error of 4.5 percentage points While Coburn, a Muskogee Republican, has not lost ground, his inability to win over undecided voters and Carson supporters may be hurting other conservative causes, said Chris Wilson, president of the Virginia-based polling company. "Tom Coburn might actually be impacting (President) Bush's numbers," Wilson said. "That's clearly what happened this week; that's what drove (John) Kerry's numbers up this week." While Bush maintained a sizable lead among Oklahomans over U.
Polls conducted for NEWS 9.