HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1"

Transcription

1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 Interviews: 800 Registered Voters, including 360 respondents with a cell phone only and Date: July 31-August 3, respondents reached on a cell phone but who also have a landline. Study # Male 53 Female Please note: all results are shown as percentages unless otherwise stated. The margin of error for 800 interviews among Registered Voters is ±3.46% Unless otherwise noted by a +, ^, or ^^ all previous data shown reflects responses among all adults. Q2a For statistical purposes only, would you please tell me how old you are? (IF REFUSED, ASK:) Well, would you tell me which age group you belong to? (READ LIST) and over... 5 Not sure/refused Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. Q2b To ensure that we have a representative sample, would you please tell me whether you are from a Hispanic or Spanish-speaking background? + Yes, Hispanic No, not Hispanic Not sure/refused Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. Q2c And again, for statistical purposes only, what is your race--white, black, Asian, or something else? + White Black Asian... 2 Other... 3 Hispanic (VOL)... 6 Not sure/refused... 2 White, Non-Hispanic Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

2 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 2 Q3 Are you currently registered to vote [LANDLINE: at this address; CELL: in (STATE)]? + Registered Not registered... - Not sure Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. Q4A All in all, do you think that things in the nation are generally headed in the right direction, or do you feel that things are off on the wrong track? 1 High Low 8/16+ 7/16+ 6/16+ 4/16+ 1/16+ 12/15 10/25-29/15 10/15-18/15 9/15 9/01 10/17-20/08+ Headed in the right direction Off on the wrong track Mixed (VOL) Not sure /15 6/15 4/15 3/15 1/15 12/14 11/14 10/30-11/1/14+ 10/8-12/14+ 9/ /14 6/14 4/14 3/14 1/14 12/13 10/25-28/13 10/7-9/13 9/13 7/ /13 4/13 2/13 1/13 12/12 10/12+ 9/26-30/12+ 9/12-16/12+ 8/12+ 7/12+ 6/ /12 4/12 3/12 1/12 12/11 11/11 10/11 8/11 7/11 6/11 5/ /11 1/11 12/10 11/10 10/28-30/10+ 10/14-18/10+ 9/10 8/26-30/10 8/5-9/10 6/10 5/6-11/ /10 1/23-25/10 1/10-14/10 12/09 10/09 9/09 7/09 6/09 4/09 2/09 1/ The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.

3 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 3 Q4B In general, do you approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as president? High Low 8/16+ 7/16+ 6/16+ 5/16+ 4/16+ 3/16+ 2/16+ 4/09 9/14+ Approve Disapprove Not sure /16+ 12/15 10/25-29/15 11/14 10/15-18/15 9/15 7/15 6/15 4/ /15 1/15 12/14 10/30-11/1/14+ 10/8-12/14+ 9/14+ 8/14 6/14 4/ /14 1/14 12/13 10/25-28/13 10/7-9/13 9/13 8/13 7/13 6/ /13 2/13 1/13 12/12 10/12+ 9/26-30/12+ 9/12-16/12+ 8/12+ 7/ /12 5/12 4/12 3/12 1/12 12/11 11/11 10/11 8/ /11 6/11 5/11 4/11 2/11 1/11 12/10 11/10 10/28-30/ /14-18/10+ 9/10 8/26-30/10 8/5-9/10 6/10 5/20-23/10 5/6-11/10 3/10 1/23-25/ /10-14/10 12/09 10/09 9/09 8/09 7/09 6/09 4/09 2/

4 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 4 Q5 Now I'm going to read you the names of several public figures, groups and organizations, and I'd like you to rate your feelings toward each one as very positive, somewhat positive, neutral, somewhat negative, or very negative. If you don't know the name, please just say so. (RANDOMIZE EXCEPT BARACK OBAMA) Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral Barack Obama July June May April March February January December October 25-29, October 15-18, September July June April March January December November Oct. 30 Nov. 1, October 8-12, August June April March January December October 7-9, May 30-June 2, April January December October September 26-30, August June January August April January November October 28-30, June March January 23-25, December October February January High February Presidential Term Low August All-time Obama Low October 28-30, The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.

5 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 5 Q5 (cont'd) Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral Hillary Clinton July June May April March February January December October 25-29, October 15-18, September July June April March January November September June April March September May 30-June 2, April January December November May April December January 10-14, July February January December September August June April March 24-25, March 7-10, January June March December April December July March January High February Low April The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.

6 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 6 Q5 (cont'd) Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral Donald Trump July June May April March February January December October 25-29, October 15-18, September July February May December October July

7 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 7 Q5 (cont'd) Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral The Democratic Party July June May April February October 25-29, September July April January December November Oct. 30 Nov. 1, October 8-12, September June April March January December October 25-28, October 7-9, September May 30-June 2, February January December October September 26-30, August July June May March January November October August June May April January December November October 28-30, October 14-18, September August 5-9, May 20-23, May 6-11, March January 10-14, December High January Low July The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.

8 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 8 Q5 (cont'd) Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral The Republican Party July June May April February October 25-29, September July April January December November Oct. 30 Nov. 1, October 8-12, September June April March January December October 25-28, October 7-9, September May 30-June 2, February December October September 26-30, August July May March January November October August May April January December November October 28-30, October 14-18, September August 5-9, June March January 23-25, January 10-14, December June April February High December Low October 25-28, The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.

9 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 9 Q5 (cont'd) Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral Mike Pence Tim Kaine Khizr Khan Melania Trump +* Chelsea Clinton +* Ted Cruz +* April March February January December October 25-29, October 15-18, July April November October 25-28, October 7-9, May 30-June 2, Michelle Obama +** July April November December August 5-9, January 10-14, April February December September 6-8, August July March Asked August 1-3 only, N=528. * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A). ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B).

10 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 10 Q5 (cont'd) Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral Bill Clinton 1 +** July April February January March September March September December August August September January December August June March 24-25, January November March April June January June January High January Low March Ivanka Trump +** Bernie Sanders +** July June May April March February January December October 25-29, October 15-18, September July June ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B). 1 The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.

11 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 11 SUMMARY TABLE OF IMAGES BY D/S (POSITIVE NEGATIVE) TOTAL TOTAL POSITIVE NEGATIVE D/S Michelle Obama Bernie Sanders Chelsea Clinton Khizr Khan Barack Obama Tim Kaine Bill Clinton Ivanka Trump Mike Pence The Democratic Party Melania Trump Hillary Clinton The Republican Party Ted Cruz Donald Trump I d like to ask you some questions about the November 2016 presidential election Q6 If the next election for president were held today, with (ROTATE) Donald Trump and Mike Pence as the Republican candidates, and Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine as the Democratic candidates, for whom would you vote? + THIS NUMBER SHOULD BE REPORTED AS THE OFFICIAL NBC/WSJ POLL PRESIDENTIAL BALLOT TEST Donald Trump and Mike Pence Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine Depends (VOL)... - Neither (VOL)... 8 Other (VOL)... 3 Not sure... 4 Trial Heat Trend Data 10/25-7/16+ 6/16+ 5/16+ 4/16+ 3/16+ 2/16+ 1/16+ 12/15+ 29/15+ 9/15+ Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Depends (VOL) Neither (VOL) Other (VOL) Not sure Q7 And, if the next election for president were held today, with (ROTATE TOP TWO:) Donald Trump as the Republican candidate, Hillary Clinton as the Democratic candidate, Gary Johnson the Libertarian candidate, and Jill Stein the Green Party candidate for whom would you vote? 8/16+ 7/16+ 6/16+ Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Gary Johnson Jill Stein Depends (VOL) None/Other (VOL) Not sure

12 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 12 Q8 What is your preference for the outcome of this year's congressional elections -- (ROTATE:) a Congress controlled by Republicans or a Congress controlled by Democrats? 4/14+ 3/14+ 1/14+ 12/13+ 10/25-28/13+ 10/7-9/13+ 9/13+ 7/13+ 6/13+ 10/ /26-30/12+ 8/12+ 7/12+ 6/12+ 5/12+ 4/12+ 3/12+ 1/12+ 12/11+ 11/ /16+ 6/16+ 5/16+ 4/16+ 10/25-29/15+ 10/30-11/1/14+ 10/8-12/14+ 9/14+ 8/14+ 6/14+ Republican-controlled Congress Democrat-controlled Congress Not sure /11+ 8/11+ 6/11+ 10/28-30/10+ 10/14-18/10+ 9/10+ 8/26-30/10+ 8/5-9/10+ 6/10+ 5/20-23/ /6-11/10+ 3/10+ 1/23-25/10+ 1/10-14/10+ 12/09+ 10/09+ 9/09+ 7/09+ 4/09+ 11/ /08+ 9/08+ 8/08+ 7/08+ 6/08+ 4/08+ 3/08+ 11/07+ 9/07+ 10/ /06+ 7/06+ 6/06+ 4/06+ 3/06+ 1/06+ 12/05+ 11/05+ 10/05+ 7/ /05+ 10/04+ 9/04+ 6/04+ 5/04+ 3/04+ 1/04 12/13/03 10/02+ 9/ /02 6/02 1/02 12/01 12/99 10/99 7/99 6/99 4/99 3/ /98+ 9/98 7/98 6/98 2/98 1/98 12/97 9/97 7/97 4/

13 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 13 (ASKED OF DEMOCRATIC AND LEAN DEMOCRATIC REGISTERED VOTERS) Q9 Are you satisfied that Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee, or would you have preferred that the Democratic Party nominated someone else? 8/ / /16+ 1 Satisfied that Clinton is the nominee Would have preferred someone else Not sure Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they are Democratic or Lean Democratic (ASKED OF DEMOCRATIC AND LEAN DEMOCRATIC REGISTERED VOTERS) Q10 Regardless of how you feel today, during the Democratic nominating contest earlier this year would you have described yourself as a supporter of (ROTATE:) Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders, or did you have no strong preference between the two? 8/ / /16+ 1 Supporter of Hillary Clinton Supporter of Bernie Sanders No strong preference Both (VOL) Neither (VOL) Not sure Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they are Democratic or Lean Democratic (ASKED OF REPUBLICAN AND LEAN REPUBLICAN REGISTERED VOTERS) Q11 Are you satisfied that Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, or would you have preferred that the Republican Party nominated someone else? 8/ / /16+ 2 Satisfied that Trump is the nominee Would have preferred someone else Not sure Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they are Republican or Lean Republican.

14 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 14 (Q12 AND Q13 ROTATED) Q12 Does Donald Trump s selection of Mike Pence as his vice-presidential running mate make you more likely to vote for Donald Trump, less likely to vote for Trump, or does it not affect your vote either way? + More likely to vote for Donald Trump Less likely to vote for Donald Trump Does not affect vote either way Not sure... 1 AUGUST 2012 TREND + More likely to vote for Mitt Romney Less likely to vote for Mitt Romney Does not affect vote either way Not sure... 1 SEPTEMBER 6-8, 2008 TREND + More likely to vote for John McCain Less likely to vote for John McCain Does not affect vote either way Not sure... 1 JULY 2004 TREND + More likely to vote for George W. Bush Less likely to vote for George W. Bush Does not affect vote either way Not sure... 1 Q13 Does Hillary Clinton s selection of Tim Kaine as her vice-presidential running mate make you more likely to vote for Hillary Clinton for president, less likely to vote for Hillary Clinton, or does it not make a difference to you either way? + More likely to vote for Hillary Clinton Less likely to vote for Hillary Clinton Does not affect vote either way Not sure... - SEPTEMBER 6-8, 2008 TREND + More likely to vote for Barack Obama Less likely to vote for Barack Obama Does not affect vote either way Not sure... 2 JULY 2004 TREND + More likely to vote for John Kerry Less likely to vote for John Kerry... 7 Does not affect vote either way Not sure... -

15 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 15 Moving on Q14 When you think about the future of the country, would you say that you are mainly hopeful and optimistic or mainly worried and pessimistic? 8/16+ 9/05 7/02 9/01 11/98 1 Mainly hopeful and optimistic Mainly worried and pessimistic Not sure November 1998 comparative data comes from a survey conducted on behalf of the Shell Corporation. Q15 Which one of the following statements do you agree with more? Statement A: After eight years of the Obama administration, it s time for change. Statement B: With the nation bouncing back from the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression and repairing our relationships with other countries, we should continue with Democrats in the White House. +** Statement A/time for change Statement B/should continue with Democrats Neither (VOL)... 1 Not sure... 1 ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B) Trend Data Which one of the following statements do you agree with more? Statement A: After eight years of the Clinton-Gore Administration, it's time for a change. Statement B: With the nation at peace and the economy as strong as it is, we should continue with the Democrats in the White House. 7/00+ 6/00+ 3/00 12/99 Statement A: time for change Statement B: should continue with Democrats Some of both (VOL) Not sure

16 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 16 Q16 Now, which of the following best describes how you would feel if (READ ITEM) were elected president (ROTATE TOP TO BOTTOM/BOTTOM TO TOP) optimistic and confident that (he/she) would do a good job, satisfied and hopeful that (he/she) would do a good job, uncertain and wondering whether (he/she) would do a good job, or pessimistic and worried that (he/she) would do a bad job? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE WHO SAY OPTIMISTIC AND CONFIDENT OR SATISFIED AND HOPEFUL Optimistic And Confident Satisfied And Hopeful Uncertain And Wondering Pessimistic And Worried Not Sure Hillary Clinton July February October June August March April Donald Trump July February October In April 2006, the question read Which of the following best describes your feeling about how Hillary Clinton would do as president

17 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 17 Q17 Now I'd like you to compare Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on a few issues. For each one, please tell me whether you think that Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump would be better on that issue. If you think that both would be equally good or that neither would be good on a particular item, just say so. Who do you think would be better when it comes to (READ ITEM. RANDOMIZE) -- Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, or do you think that both would be equally good or neither would be good? (RANDOMIZE) THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE WHO SAY DONALD TRUMP BETTER Donald Trump Better Hillary Clinton Better Both Would Be Equally Good Neither Would Be Good Depends (VOL) Changing business as usual in Washington +** June May Not Sure Dealing with the economy June May Dealing with crime +* Terrorism and homeland security June Standing up for America +** June May Dealing with immigration May Changing the country for the better Being a good commander-in-chief +* June May Improving America s standing in the world +* Having the ability to handle a crisis June * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A). ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B).

18 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 18 THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE WHO SAY DONALD TRUMP BETTER Donald Trump Better Hillary Clinton Better Both Would Be Equally Good Neither Would Be Good Depends (VOL) Caring about people like me Not Sure Handling foreign policy +** June May Dealing with the racial problems between police and African Americans +** July Having the ability to unite the country +* June May * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A). ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B).

19 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 19 (Q18A-B ROTATED) And, thinking some more about (just one/another) candidate Q18A How would you rate Hillary Clinton on the following qualities, using a five-point scale, on which a "5" means a very good rating, a "1" means a very poor rating, and a "3" means a mixed rating? (IF "NOT SURE," RECORD AS "DK.") TABLE RANKED BY %4-5 (GOOD RATING) AMONG ALL VOTERS Good Rating Poor Rating Cannot Rate Being knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency April October 25-29, October 15-18, April June March November Having the right temperament April 2016+* October 25-29, Being honest and straightforward April October 25-29, October 15-18, April June March November Asked August 1-3 only, N=528. And, thinking some more about (just one/another) candidate Q18B How would you rate Donald Trump on the following qualities, using a five-point scale, on which a "5" means a very good rating, a "1" means a very poor rating, and a "3" means a mixed rating? (IF "NOT SURE," RECORD AS "DK.") TABLE RANKED BY %4-5 (GOOD RATING) AMONG ALL VOTERS Good Rating Poor Rating Cannot Rate Being honest and straightforward April October 25-29, Being knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency April October 25-29, Having the right temperament April October 25-29, Asked August 1-3 only, N=528.

20 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 20 Q19 Now let me read you some concerns you may hear about each of the candidates. For each one, please tell me whether this issue gives you major concerns, moderate concerns, minor concerns, or no real concerns about that candidate. + TABLE RANKED BY % MAJOR CONCERNS AMONG ALL VOTERS Major Concerns Moderate Concerns Minor Concerns No Real Concerns Donald Trump s criticism of the parents of a Muslim American soldier killed in Iraq after the soldier s father spoke at the Democratic National Convention Not Sure Hillary Clinton s use of a private server during her time as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton taking over 21 million dollars from big banks and other special interests for private speeches Donald Trump being the first presidential nominee since 1980 to not release his personal tax records Asked August 1-3 only, N=528. Q19X Now, I m going to read you some statements you could hear from candidates running for president. After I read each statement, please tell me how well it describes what you think very well, somewhat well, not too well, not well at all (READ AND RANDOMIZE) + 2 TABLE RANKED BY % VERY WELL AMONG ALL VOTERS Well Well Not Too Well Not Well At All This is a moment of crisis for our nation. The attacks on our police, and the terrorism in our cities, threaten our very way of life. Any politician who does not grasp this danger is not fit to lead our country Do not let anyone tell you that our country is weak. We are not. Do not let anyone tell you we don't have what it takes. We do. And most of all, do not believe anyone who says they are the only one who can fix it Asked August 1-3 only, N=528. Not Sure

21 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 21 And, on another topic Q20 Do you feel that law and order in this country has broken down, or don't you feel that way? + Feel it has broken down Don t feel that way Not sure... 4 HARRIS SURVEY TREND Do you feel that law and order in this country has broken down, or don't you feel that way? 1/71 8/68 Feel it has broken down Don t feel that way Not sure The August 1968 language read: Tell me if you tend to agree or disagree... Law and order has broken down in this country. Now I am going to ask you a few questions for statistical purposes only. QF1b/c A lot of people are unable to get out and vote for many reasons. Did you happen to vote in the November 2012 election for president? (IF YES, ASK:) For whom did you vote Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, or someone else? + Voted for Barack Obama Voted for Mitt Romney Voted for someone else... 7 Not sure... 1 No, Did Not Vote Not sure... 2 QF3 What is the last grade that you completed in school? (DO NOT READ CHOICES.) + Grade school... - Some high school... 3 High school graduate Some college, no degree Vocational training/school year college degree year college/bachelor's degree Some postgraduate work, no degree years postgraduate work/master's degree Doctoral/law degree... 4 Not sure/refused... -

22 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 22 QF4 Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Democrat, a Republican, an independent, or something else? (IF "DEMOCRAT" OR "REPUBLICAN," ASK:) Would you call yourself a strong (Democrat/Republican) or not a very strong (Democrat/Republican)? (IF "NOT SURE," CODE AS "NOT VERY STRONG DEMOCRAT/REPUBLICAN.") (IF "INDEPENDENT," ASK:) Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican Party, closer to the Democratic Party, or do you think of yourself as strictly independent? (IF "NOT SURE," CODE AS "STRICTLY INDEPENDENT.") + Strong Democrat Not very strong Democrat... 8 Independent/lean Democrat Strictly Independent Independent/lean Republican... 9 Not very strong Republican... 8 Strong Republican Other (VOL)... 4 Not sure Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. QF5 Thinking about your general approach to issues, do you consider yourself to be liberal, moderate, or conservative? (IF "LIBERAL" OR "CONSERVATIVE," ASK:) Do you consider yourself to be very (liberal/conservative) or somewhat (liberal/conservative)? + liberal liberal Moderate conservative conservative Not sure... 3 QF7 Are you married, widowed, separated, divorced, single and never been married, or are you unmarried and living with a partner? + Married Widowed... 6 Separated... 1 Divorced Single/never been married Unmarried and living with a partner... 7 Refused... - QF8 If you added together the yearly income of all the members of your family who were living at home last year, would the total be less than ten thousand dollars, between ten thousand dollars and twenty thousand dollars, between twenty thousand dollars and thirty thousand dollars, between thirty thousand dollars and forty thousand dollars, between forty thousand dollars and fifty thousand dollars, between fifty thousand dollars and seventy-five thousand dollars, between seventy-five thousand dollars and one hundred thousand dollars, or would the total be more than that? + Less than $10, Between $10,000 and $20, Between $20,000 and $30, Between $30,000 and $40, Between $40,000 and $50, Between $50,000 and $75, Between $75,000 and $100, More than $100, Not sure/refused... 7

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #15462 -- page 1 Interviews: 1,000 Adults, including 350 respondents with a cell phone only and Date: October 15-18, 2015 28 respondents reached

More information

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #13452 -- page 1 Interviews: 800 Adults, including 240 cell phone only respondents Date: October 25-28, 2013 Study #13452 48 Male 52 Female Please

More information

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #17433 -- page 1 Interviews: 800 Adults in Trump Counties, including 360 respondents with a cell phone only and Date: November 1-4, 2017 16 respondents

More information

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #17505 -- page 1 Interviews: 900 Adults, including 405 respondents with a cell phone only and Date: December 13-15, 2017 12 respondents reached

More information

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #15313 -- page 1 Interviews: 1,000 Adults, including 350 respondents with a cell phone only and Date: July 26-30, 2015 33 respondents reached on

More information

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #13266 -- page 1 Interviews: 1000 Adults, including 300 cell phone only respondents Date: July 17-21, 2013 Study #13266 48 Male 52 Female Please

More information

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #17409 -- page 1 Interviews: 900 Adults, including 405 respondents with a cell phone only and Date: October 23-26, 2017 26 respondents reached on

More information

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #17409 -- page 1 Interviews: 900 Adults, including 405 respondents with a cell phone only and Date: October 23-26, 2017 26 respondents reached on

More information

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #15398 -- page 1 Interviews: 1,000 Adults, including 350 respondents with a cell phone only and Date: September 20-24, 2015 44 respondents reached

More information

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 NBC News Survey

HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 NBC News Survey HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study #13336 -- page 1 Interviews: 700 Adults, including 210 cell phone only respondents Date: August 28-29, 2013 Study #13336 48 Male 52 Female Please

More information

The margin of error is: ±3.70% for 700 interviews among Adults ±5.66% for 300 interviews among Hispanics

The margin of error is: ±3.70% for 700 interviews among Adults ±5.66% for 300 interviews among Hispanics HART/McINTURFF Study #10336--page 1 Interviews: 700 adults, including 70 reached by cell phone Date: May 20-23, 2010 Oversample of 300 Hispanic adults Study #10336 48 Male 52 Female Please note: all results

More information

The margin of error for 1,008 interviews is ± 3.1%

The margin of error for 1,008 interviews is ± 3.1% HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 1 1724 Connecticut Avenue, NW Interviews: 1,008 adults Washington, DC 20009 Dates: June 8-11, 2007 (202) 234-5570 FINAL Study #6073 NBC News/Wall Street Journal 48 Male

More information

THE AP-GfK POLL September, 2016

THE AP-GfK POLL September, 2016 Public Affairs & Corporate Communications THE AP-GfK POLL September, 2016 Conducted by GfK Public Affairs & Corporate Communications A survey of the American general population (ages 18+) Interview dates:

More information

A Post-Primary Rally Boosts Trump, Albeit with Challenges Aplenty

A Post-Primary Rally Boosts Trump, Albeit with Challenges Aplenty ABC NEWS/WASHINGTON POST POLL: Clinton vs. Trump EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE AFTER 12:01 a.m. Sunday, May 22, 2016 A Post-Primary Rally Boosts Trump, Albeit with Challenges Aplenty A new ABC News/Washington

More information

Marquette Law School Poll September 15-18, Results for all items among Likely Voters

Marquette Law School Poll September 15-18, Results for all items among Likely Voters Marquette Law School Poll September 15-18, 2016 (Percentages are rounded to whole numbers for reporting of results. Values ending in.5 here may round up or down if they are slightly above.5 or slightly

More information

RECOMMENDED CITATION: Pew Research Center, July, 2016, 2016 Campaign: Strong Interest, Widespread Dissatisfaction

RECOMMENDED CITATION: Pew Research Center, July, 2016, 2016 Campaign: Strong Interest, Widespread Dissatisfaction NUMBERS, FACTS AND TRENDS SHAPING THE WORLD FOR RELEASE JULY 07, 2016 FOR MEDIA OR OTHER INQUIRIES: Carroll Doherty, Director of Political Research Jocelyn Kiley, Associate Director, Research Bridget Johnson,

More information

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll Iowa September 20, 2012 Presidential Election Questionnaire

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll Iowa September 20, 2012 Presidential Election Questionnaire Screener Are you 18 years of age or older? Do you consider your permanent home address to be in Iowa? HH SELECTION LANDLINE FRAME ONLY GENDER GUESS NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll Iowa

More information

MSNBC/Telemundo/Marist Poll December 2015 National Questionnaire. Screener <Marist Poll Introduction> Are you 18 years of age or older?

MSNBC/Telemundo/Marist Poll December 2015 National Questionnaire. Screener <Marist Poll Introduction> Are you 18 years of age or older? Screener Are you 18 years of age or older? HH SELECTION LANDLINE FRAME ONLY GENDER GUESS MSNBC/Telemundo/Marist Poll December 2015 National Questionnaire December 2015: Residents:

More information

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll March 2016 Michigan Questionnaire

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll March 2016 Michigan Questionnaire Residents: n=2570, MOE +/-1.9% Registered Voters: n=2229, MOE +/-2.1% NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll Michigan Questionnaire Potential Republican Electorate: n=877, MOE +/-3.3% Likely Republican Primary Voters:

More information

Heading into the Conventions: A Tied Race July 8-12, 2016

Heading into the Conventions: A Tied Race July 8-12, 2016 CBS NEWS/NEW YORK TIMES POLL For release: Thursday, July 14 th, 2016 7:00 am EDT Heading into the Conventions: A Tied Race July 8-12, 2016 The race for President is all tied up. Hillary Clinton led Donald

More information

UMass Lowell/7News Daily Tracking Poll of New Hampshire Voters Release 7 of 8

UMass Lowell/7News Daily Tracking Poll of New Hampshire Voters Release 7 of 8 Center for Public Opinion Dr. Joshua J. Dyck and Dr. Francis Talty, co-directors http://www.uml.edu/polls @UML_CPO UMass Lowell/7News Daily Tracking Poll of New Hampshire Voters Release 7 of 8 Survey produced

More information

November 2017 Toplines

November 2017 Toplines November 2017 Toplines The first of its kind bi-monthly survey of racially and ethnically diverse young adults GenForward is a survey associated with the University of Chicago Interviews: 10/26-11/10/2017

More information

Emerson College Poll: Iowa Leaning For Trump 44% to 41%. Grassley, Coasting to a Blowout, Likely to Retain Senate Seat.

Emerson College Poll: Iowa Leaning For Trump 44% to 41%. Grassley, Coasting to a Blowout, Likely to Retain Senate Seat. November 4, 2016 Media Contact: Pr. Spencer Kimball Emerson College Polling Advisor Spencer_Kimball@emerson.edu 617-824- 8737 Emerson College Poll: Iowa Leaning For Trump 44% to 41%. Grassley, Coasting

More information

(READ AND RANDOMIZE LIST)

(READ AND RANDOMIZE LIST) 10 December 2009 Polling was conducted by telephone December 8-9, 2009, in the evenings. The total sample is 900 registered voters nationwide with a margin of error of ±3 percentage points. Results are

More information

1. Do you approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as president? May 09 60% 30 9 Democrats 84% 11 6

1. Do you approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as president? May 09 60% 30 9 Democrats 84% 11 6 1 October 2009 Polling was conducted by telephone September 29-30, 2009, in the evenings. The total sample is 900 registered voters nationwide with a margin of error of ±3 percentage points. Results are

More information

Presidential Race. Virginia Illinois Maine. Published Nov 1 Oct 13 Nov 1 Sept 22 Oct 31 Sept 7. Hillary Clinton 49% 46% 53% 45% 46% 44%

Presidential Race. Virginia Illinois Maine. Published Nov 1 Oct 13 Nov 1 Sept 22 Oct 31 Sept 7. Hillary Clinton 49% 46% 53% 45% 46% 44% November 1, 2016 Media Contact: Prof. Spencer Kimball Emerson College Polling Advisor Spencer_Kimball@emerson.edu 617-824- 8737 Emerson College Polls: Clinton Leads in Virginia (+4), Maine (+4) and Illinois

More information

EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE UNTIL MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, am EDT. A survey of Virginians conducted by the Center for Public Policy

EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE UNTIL MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, am EDT. A survey of Virginians conducted by the Center for Public Policy EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE UNTIL MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2008 10am EDT COMMONWEALTH POLL A survey of Virginians conducted by the Center for Public Policy Contact: Cary Funk, Survey Director and Associate Professor,

More information

Presidential Race November 2 Polls. Arizona Colorado Georgia Missouri. Hillary Clinton 43% 44% 42% 37% Donald Trump 47% 41% 51% 52%

Presidential Race November 2 Polls. Arizona Colorado Georgia Missouri. Hillary Clinton 43% 44% 42% 37% Donald Trump 47% 41% 51% 52% November 2, 2016 Media Contact: Prof. Spencer Kimball Emerson College Polling Advisor Spencer_Kimball@emerson.edu 617-824- 8737 Emerson College Polls: Colorado Flips to Clinton While Trump Takes Back Arizona

More information

Likely New Hampshire Primary Voters Attitudes Toward Social Security

Likely New Hampshire Primary Voters Attitudes Toward Social Security Likely New Hampshire Primary Voters Attitudes Toward Social Security Copyright 2016 AARP AARP Research 601 E Street, NW Washington, DC 20049 Reprinting with Permission AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan

More information

First-Term Average 61% 29

First-Term Average 61% 29 FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll 6 November 06 Contact: Dana Blanton, 212.301.3057 Polling was conducted by telephone November 4-5, 2006, in the evenings. The total sample is 900 likely voters (LV) nationwide,

More information

NPR/Democracy Corps/Resurgent Republic Frequency Questionnaire

NPR/Democracy Corps/Resurgent Republic Frequency Questionnaire NPR/Democracy Corps/Resurgent Republic Frequency Questionnaire September 26-30, 2012 800 Likely Voters 265 ground Voters (CO, FL, IA, MI, NV, NH, NM, NC, OH, PA, VA, WI) (65 from base, 200 from battleground

More information

Exit Polls 2000 Election

Exit Polls 2000 Election Exit Polls 2000 Election Demographic Category Percent of Gore Bush Buchanan Nader Total for Category Gender Male 48 42 53 0 3 Female 52 54 43 0 2 Race by Sex White Males 48 36 60 0 3 White Females 52 48

More information

PRRI/The Atlantic 2016 Post- election White Working Class Survey Total = 1,162 (540 Landline, 622 Cell phone) November 9 20, 2016

PRRI/The Atlantic 2016 Post- election White Working Class Survey Total = 1,162 (540 Landline, 622 Cell phone) November 9 20, 2016 December 1, PRRI/The Atlantic Post- election White Working Class Survey Total = 1,162 (540 Landline, 622 Cell phone) November 9 20, Thinking about the presidential election this year Q.1 A lot of people

More information

North Carolina Races Tighten as Election Day Approaches

North Carolina Races Tighten as Election Day Approaches North Carolina Races Tighten as Election Day Approaches Likely Voters in North Carolina October 23-27, 2016 Table of Contents KEY SURVEY INSIGHTS... 1 PRESIDENTIAL RACE... 1 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ISSUES...

More information

FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll 1 February 08

FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll 1 February 08 FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll 1 February 08 Polling was conducted by telephone January 30-31, 2008, in the evenings. The total sample is 900 registered voters nationwide with a margin of error of ±3 percentage

More information

NEVADA: TRUMP OVERTAKES CLINTON

NEVADA: TRUMP OVERTAKES CLINTON Please attribute this information to: Monmouth University Poll West Long Branch, NJ 07764 www.monmouth.edu/polling Follow on Twitter: @MonmouthPoll Released: Wednesday, 14, Contact: PATRICK MURRAY 732-979-6769

More information

1 PEW RESEARCH CENTER

1 PEW RESEARCH CENTER 1 WAVE 15 QUESTIONS S AMERICAN TRENDS PANEL WAVE 15 March & WAVE 16 April COMBINED FINAL TOPLINE WAVE 15: March 2 nd March 28 th, WAVE 16: April 5 th May 2 nd, TOTAL N=4,385 1 WEB RESPONDENTS N=3,962 MAIL

More information

NUMBERS, FACTS AND TRENDS SHAPING THE WORLD FOR RELEASE AUGUST 26, 2016 FOR MEDIA OR OTHER INQUIRIES:

NUMBERS, FACTS AND TRENDS SHAPING THE WORLD FOR RELEASE AUGUST 26, 2016 FOR MEDIA OR OTHER INQUIRIES: NUMBERS, FACTS AND TRENDS SHAPING THE WORLD FOR RELEASE AUGUST 26, 2016 FOR MEDIA OR OTHER INQUIRIES: Carroll Doherty, Director of Political Research Jocelyn Kiley, Associate Director, Research Rachel

More information

Conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center

Conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center Conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center Interviews with 1,010 adults in New Hampshire conducted by land line and cellular telephone on 18-24, including 402 who say they plan to vote

More information

Subject: Sanders leads in Wisconsin; GOP Race Close; VA Privatization Issue Hurts Johnson

Subject: Sanders leads in Wisconsin; GOP Race Close; VA Privatization Issue Hurts Johnson From: Tom Jensen, Director of Public Policy Polling To: Interested Parties Subject: Sanders leads in Wisconsin; GOP Race Close; VA Privatization Issue Hurts Johnson Date: 3-31-16 A new Public Policy Polling

More information

New Jersey Statewide 2016 Weighted Frequencies Stockton Polling Institute Sept , 2016

New Jersey Statewide 2016 Weighted Frequencies Stockton Polling Institute Sept , 2016 New Jersey Statewide 2016 Weighted Frequencies Stockton Polling Institute Sept. 22-29, 2016 Q1. If the election for president were held today, would you vote for: Valid Hillary Clinton, the Democrat 282

More information

2016 Survey of Catholic Likely Voters Conducted for Catholics for Choice

2016 Survey of Catholic Likely Voters Conducted for Catholics for Choice Opinion Research Strategic Communication 2016 Survey of Catholic Likely Voters Conducted for Catholics for Choice A new national survey indicates that Democrat Hillary Clinton holds a slim lead among Catholic

More information

Weekly Tracking Poll Week 3: September 25-Oct 1 (MoE +/-4.4%)

Weekly Tracking Poll Week 3: September 25-Oct 1 (MoE +/-4.4%) 1. Thinking ahead to the November 2016 election, what would you say the chances are that you will vote in the election for U.S. President, Congress and other state offices - are you almost certain to vote,

More information

CRUZ & KASICH RUN STRONGER AGAINST CLINTON THAN TRUMP TRUMP GOP CANDIDACY COULD FLIP MISSISSIPPI FROM RED TO BLUE

CRUZ & KASICH RUN STRONGER AGAINST CLINTON THAN TRUMP TRUMP GOP CANDIDACY COULD FLIP MISSISSIPPI FROM RED TO BLUE CRUZ & KASICH RUN STRONGER AGAINST CLINTON THAN TRUMP TRUMP GOP CANDIDACY COULD FLIP MISSISSIPPI FROM RED TO BLUE If Donald Trump wins the Republican presidential nomination, Mississippi and its six electoral

More information

Sanders is Up, GOP Race is Steady and Terrorism Worries are Back

Sanders is Up, GOP Race is Steady and Terrorism Worries are Back ABC NEWS/WASHINGTON POST POLL: 2016 Election EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE AFTER 12:01 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015 Sanders is Up, GOP Race is Steady and Terrorism Worries are Back Terrorism suddenly rivals the

More information

Swing Voters Criticize Bush on Economy, Support Him on Iraq THREE-IN-TEN VOTERS OPEN TO PERSUASION

Swing Voters Criticize Bush on Economy, Support Him on Iraq THREE-IN-TEN VOTERS OPEN TO PERSUASION NEWS RELEASE 1150 18 th Street, N.W., Suite 975 Washington, D.C. 20036 Tel (202) 293-3126 Fax (202) 293-2569 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, March 3, 2004 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Andrew Kohut, Director

More information

FOR RELEASE NOVEMBER 07, 2017

FOR RELEASE NOVEMBER 07, 2017 FOR RELEASE NOVEMBER 07, 2017 FOR MEDIA OR OTHER INQUIRIES: Carroll Doherty, Director of Political Research Jocelyn Kiley, Associate Director, Research Bridget Johnson, Communications Associate 202.419.4372

More information

13 May Questions 1-14 released separately

13 May Questions 1-14 released separately 13 May 2010 Polling was conducted by telephone May 4-5, 2010, in the evenings. The total sample is 900 registered voters nationwide with a margin of sampling error of 3 percentage points. Results are of

More information

NATIONAL: TRUMP HOLDS NATIONAL LEAD

NATIONAL: TRUMP HOLDS NATIONAL LEAD Please attribute this information to: Monmouth University Poll West Long Branch, NJ 07764 www.monmouth.edu/polling Follow on Twitter: @MonmouthPoll Released: Wednesday, 20, Contact: PATRICK MURRAY 732-979-6769

More information

FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll 28 September 06

FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll 28 September 06 FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll 28 September 06 Polling was conducted by telephone September 26-27, 2006, in the evenings. The total sample is 900 likely voters (LV) nationwide, with a margin of error of

More information

Could I please speak with the (MALE/FEMALE) in your household, 18 years or older, who celebrated a birthday most recently?

Could I please speak with the (MALE/FEMALE) in your household, 18 years or older, who celebrated a birthday most recently? Death Penalty Information Center May 10-16 & 23-26, 2010 1500 registered voters FINAL WEIGHTED TOPLINES Gender of respondent Male... 48 47 50 Female... 52 53 50 Region New England... 5 3 13 Middle Atlantic...

More information

University of Iowa Hawkeye Poll Topline Results Oct. 31, 2012 October 2012 poll of Iowa respondents

University of Iowa Hawkeye Poll Topline Results Oct. 31, 2012 October 2012 poll of Iowa respondents University of Iowa Hawkeye Poll Topline Results Oct. 31, 2012 October 2012 poll of Iowa respondents Sample: 320 participants in Iowa, margin of error for full sample is plus or minus 5.6 percent. The October

More information

Obama Maintains Approval Advantage, But GOP Runs Even on Key Issues

Obama Maintains Approval Advantage, But GOP Runs Even on Key Issues MAY 8, 2013 Two-Thirds Say Obama Fights Hard for His Policies Obama Maintains Approval Advantage, But GOP Runs Even on Key Issues FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE PEW RESEARCH CENTER FOR THE PEOPLE

More information

state offices - are Wk7 Wk8 * 1 2 * 1 *

state offices - are Wk7 Wk8 * 1 2 * 1 * 0 Weekly Political Tracking Poll Week : Oct, 0 S. Many people are busy and don t get a chance to vote in every election. Thinking ahead to the November 0 election, what would you say the chances are that

More information

Conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center

Conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center Conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center Interviews with 914 adults in New Hampshire conducted by land line and cellular telephone on January 27-30, 2016 including 409 who say they plan

More information

Tea Party s Image Turns More Negative

Tea Party s Image Turns More Negative OCTOBER 16, 2013 Tea Party s Image Turns More Negative Ted Cruz s Popularity Soars among Tea Party Republicans FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE PEW RESEARCH CENTER FOR THE PEOPLE & THE PRESS Michael

More information

Tulane University Post-Election Survey November 8-18, Executive Summary

Tulane University Post-Election Survey November 8-18, Executive Summary Tulane University Post-Election Survey November 8-18, 2016 Executive Summary The Department of Political Science, in association with Lucid, conducted a statewide opt-in Internet poll to learn about decisions

More information

Asian American Survey

Asian American Survey Asian American Survey Findings from a Survey of 700 Asian American Voters nationwide plus 100 each in FL, IL, NV, and VA Celinda Lake, David Mermin, and Shilpa Grover Lake Research Partners Washington,

More information

Richmond s Mayoral Race a Two Person Contest According to New Poll

Richmond s Mayoral Race a Two Person Contest According to New Poll FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, September 28, 2016 FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Laura Lafayette, Chief Executive Officer Richmond Association of REALTORS llafayette@rarealtors.com (804) 422-5007 (office)

More information

THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE HEADING INTO THE FIRST DEBATE September 21-24, 2008

THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE HEADING INTO THE FIRST DEBATE September 21-24, 2008 CBS NEWS/NEW YORK TIMES POLL For release: Thursday, September 25, 2008 6:30 pm (EDT) THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE HEADING INTO THE FIRST DEBATE September 21-24, 2008 There has been no change in the race for President

More information

NH Statewide Horserace Poll

NH Statewide Horserace Poll NH Statewide Horserace Poll NH Survey of Likely Voters October 26-28, 2016 N=408 Trump Leads Clinton in Final Stretch; New Hampshire U.S. Senate Race - Ayotte 49.1, Hassan 47 With just over a week to go

More information

AP AMERICAN GOVERNMENT STUDY GUIDE POLITICAL BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS PUBLIC OPINION PUBLIC OPINION, THE SPECTRUM, & ISSUE TYPES DESCRIPTION

AP AMERICAN GOVERNMENT STUDY GUIDE POLITICAL BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS PUBLIC OPINION PUBLIC OPINION, THE SPECTRUM, & ISSUE TYPES DESCRIPTION PUBLIC OPINION , THE SPECTRUM, & ISSUE TYPES IDEOLOGY THE POLITICAL SPECTRUM (LIBERAL CONSERVATIVE SPECTRUM) VALENCE ISSUES WEDGE ISSUE SALIENCY What the public thinks about a particular issue or set of

More information

Democrats, Clinton, Giuliani Hold Strongest Hands

Democrats, Clinton, Giuliani Hold Strongest Hands ABC NEWS/WASHINGTON POST POLL: CONGRESS/08 ELECTION 12/11/06 EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE AFTER 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2006 Democrats, Clinton, Giuliani Hold Strongest Hands In the current round of political

More information

Current Pennsylvania Polling

Current Pennsylvania Polling Current Pennsylvania Polling October 30, 2016 Contact: Doug Kaplan, 407-242-1870 Executive Summary Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, in conjunction with Breitbart News Network, conducted a

More information

FOR RELEASE DECEMBER 14, 2017

FOR RELEASE DECEMBER 14, 2017 FOR RELEASE DECEMBER 14, 2017 FOR MEDIA OR OTHER INQUIRIES: Carroll Doherty, Director of Political Research Jocelyn Kiley, Associate Director, Research Olivia O Hea, Communications Assistant 202.419.4372

More information

McCain Narrows Gap OBAMA LEADS MCCAIN 52% TO 46% IN CAMPAIGN S FINAL DAYS

McCain Narrows Gap OBAMA LEADS MCCAIN 52% TO 46% IN CAMPAIGN S FINAL DAYS NEWS Release. 1615 L Street, N.W., Suite 700 Washington, D.C. 20036 Tel (202) 419-4350 Fax (202) 419-4399 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sunday, November 2, 2008 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Andrew Kohut, Director

More information

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IMMIGRATION STUDY CONDUCTED BY IPSOS PUBLIC AFFAIRS RELEASE DATE: MARCH 31, 2006 PROJECT # IMMIGRATION STUDY

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IMMIGRATION STUDY CONDUCTED BY IPSOS PUBLIC AFFAIRS RELEASE DATE: MARCH 31, 2006 PROJECT # IMMIGRATION STUDY 1101 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 200 Washington, DC 20036 (202) 463-7300 Interview dates: March 28 30, 2006 Interviews: 1,003 adults, 796 registered voters Margin of error: +3.1 for all adults, +3.5 for

More information

LATINO VOTERS IN COLORADO AND THE 2016 ELECTION

LATINO VOTERS IN COLORADO AND THE 2016 ELECTION LATINO VOTERS IN COLORADO AND THE 2016 ELECTION Gabriel Sanchez, PhD Principal Latino Decisions April 22, 2016 Overview Nationally, the Latino vote will approach 13 million in 2016. In Colorado, Latinos

More information

Growing share of public says there is too little focus on race issues

Growing share of public says there is too little focus on race issues FOR RELEASE DECEMBER 19, 2017 Most Americans Say Trump s Election Has Led to Worse Race Relations in the U.S. Growing share of public says there is too little focus on race issues FOR MEDIA OR OTHER INQUIRIES:

More information

Teacher s Guide Create a polling place

Teacher s Guide Create a polling place Teacher s Guide Create a polling place Materials Alphabetical list of students who are voting with space for them to sign next to their name. Signs (attached) 2 or more tables Area with tables, clipboards

More information

Views of Voters in Pennsylvania s 14th CD on Abortion, Health Care Reform & Catholic Bishops

Views of Voters in Pennsylvania s 14th CD on Abortion, Health Care Reform & Catholic Bishops RESEARCH AND COMMUNICATIONS Views of Voters in Pennsylvania s 14th CD on Abortion, Health Care Reform & Catholic Bishops Analysis of a survey of registered voters December 2009 As Congress debates whether

More information

For Voters It s Still the Economy

For Voters It s Still the Economy MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2012 Energy, Terrorism, Immigration Less Important Than in 2008 For Voters It s Still the Economy FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Andrew Kohut President, Pew Research Center Carroll

More information

TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2016 ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTES: 11

TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2016 ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTES: 11 ARIZONA E L E C T I O N D A Y : TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2016 ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTES: 11 TOTAL POPULATION (2014): 6,731,484 LATINO POPULATION (2014): 2,056,456 Since 2000, Arizona has seen one particularly

More information

Conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center

Conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center Conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center Interviews with 954 adults in New Hampshire conducted by land line and cellular telephone on November 30-December 7, 2015 including 402 who say

More information

FOR RELEASE AUGUST 4, 2017

FOR RELEASE AUGUST 4, 2017 FOR RELEASE AUGUST 4, 2017 FOR MEDIA OR OTHER INQUIRIES: Carroll Doherty, Director of Political Research Jocelyn Kiley, Associate Director, Research Bridget Johnson, Communications Associate 202.419.4372

More information

PPIC Statewide Survey: Special Survey on Campaign Ethics

PPIC Statewide Survey: Special Survey on Campaign Ethics PPIC STATEWIDE SURVEY: Special Survey on Campaign Ethics OCTOBER 28 NOVEMBER 4, 2002 MARK BALDASSARE, SURVEY DIRECTOR 2,000 CALIFORNIA ADULT RESIDENTS; ENGLISH AND SPANISH [LIKELY VOTERS IN BRACKETS; 1,025

More information

2. Do you approve or disapprove of the job Congress is doing? Dec 07 25% Democrats 62% Nov 07 26% Republicans 19% 74 8

2. Do you approve or disapprove of the job Congress is doing? Dec 07 25% Democrats 62% Nov 07 26% Republicans 19% 74 8 19 February 2009 Polling was conducted by telephone February 17-18, 2009, in the evenings. The total sample is 900 registered voters nationwide with a margin of error of ±3 percentage points. Results are

More information

Obama Hits a New Low for Leadership, With Criticism on ISIS & Immigration Alike

Obama Hits a New Low for Leadership, With Criticism on ISIS & Immigration Alike ABC NEWS/WASHINGTON POST POLL: The President and the Midterms EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE AFTER 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014 Obama Hits a New Low for Leadership, With Criticism on ISIS & Immigration Alike

More information

Pastor Views on Presidential Candidates. Survey of Protestant Pastors

Pastor Views on Presidential Candidates. Survey of Protestant Pastors Pastor Views on Presidential Candidates Survey of Protestant Pastors 2 Methodology The phone survey of Protestant pastors was conducted January 8-22, 2016 The calling list was a random sample stratified

More information

Obama in Strong Position at Start of Second Term

Obama in Strong Position at Start of Second Term JANUARY 17, 2013 Support for Compromise Rises, Except Among Republicans Obama in Strong Position at Start of Second Term FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Michael Dimock Director Carroll Doherty Associate

More information

National Tracking Poll

National Tracking Poll National Tracking Poll Project: 170404 N Size: 1988 Registered Voters Margin of Error: ± 2% Topline Report April 06-09, 2017 P1 Question Response Frequency Percentage Now, generally speaking, would you

More information

Republicans Are Losing Ground on the Deficit, But Obama s Not Gaining

Republicans Are Losing Ground on the Deficit, But Obama s Not Gaining WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2011 Rising Prices Close in on Jobs as Top Economic Worry Republicans Are Losing Ground on the Deficit, But Obama s Not Gaining FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Andrew Kohut President,

More information

The Hall of Mirrors: Perceptions and Misperceptions in the Congressional Foreign Policy Process

The Hall of Mirrors: Perceptions and Misperceptions in the Congressional Foreign Policy Process The Hall of Mirrors: Perceptions and Misperceptions in the Congressional Foreign Policy Process Questionnaire Dates of Survey: Sep 8 12, 2004 Sample Size: 959 Margin of Error: +/- 3.2 % [full sample] +/-

More information

FIELD RESEARCH CORPORATION

FIELD RESEARCH CORPORATION FIELD RESEARCH CORPORATION FOUNDED IN 1945 BY MERVIN FIELD 61 California Street San Francisco, California 9418 415-392-5763 Tabulations From a Field Poll Survey of Californians Likely to Vote in the June

More information

National Tracking Poll

National Tracking Poll National Tracking Poll Project: 170817 N Size: 1993 Registered Voters Margin of Error: ± 2% Topline Report August 31 - September 03, 2017 POL1 Question Response Frequency Percentage Who do you trust more

More information

Obama s Majority and Republican Marginalization

Obama s Majority and Republican Marginalization October 24, 2008 Obama s Majority and Republican Marginalization National and Presidential Battleground Surveys Methodology and Overview The results of the following survey are cited throughout this presentation:

More information

CONTRADICTORY VIEWS ON NEW JERSEY SENATE RACE

CONTRADICTORY VIEWS ON NEW JERSEY SENATE RACE Contact: PATRICK MURRAY 732-263-5858 (office) 732-979-6769 (cell) pdmurray@monmouth.edu Released: Thursday, July 24, 2008 Please attribute this information to: Monmouth University/Gannett New Jersey Poll

More information

Legislative District 2 poll 1 Stockton Polling Institute Sept , 2017 Weighted frequencies

Legislative District 2 poll 1 Stockton Polling Institute Sept , 2017 Weighted frequencies Legislative District 2 poll 1 Stockton Polling Institute Sept. 23-28, 2017 Weighted frequencies Q1. Voters in your legislative district will be electing a state senator and two members of the state Assembly

More information

Obama Job Approval Improves, GOP Contest Remains Fluid

Obama Job Approval Improves, GOP Contest Remains Fluid THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011 Continued Lackluster Ratings for Republican Field Obama Job Approval Improves, GOP Contest Remains Fluid FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Andrew Kohut President, Pew Research

More information

UMass Poll of Massachusetts. Field dates: October 2-8, 2012 Sample: 500 registered Massachusetts voters

UMass Poll of Massachusetts. Field dates: October 2-8, 2012 Sample: 500 registered Massachusetts voters UMass Poll of Massachusetts Field dates: October 2-8, 2012 Sample: 500 registered Massachusetts voters The survey was conducted by YouGov America (http://yougov.com). YouGov interviewed 573 respondents

More information

PENNSYLVANIA: SMALL LEAD FOR SACCONE IN CD18

PENNSYLVANIA: SMALL LEAD FOR SACCONE IN CD18 Please attribute this information to: Monmouth University Poll West Long Branch, NJ 07764 www.monmouth.edu/polling Follow on Twitter: @MonmouthPoll Released: Thursday, 15, Contact: PATRICK MURRAY 732-979-6769

More information

Political Environment and Congressional Breakdown Charts. October 17, 2017

Political Environment and Congressional Breakdown Charts. October 17, 2017 Political Environment and Congressional Breakdown Charts October 17, 217 Presidential Job Approval: Gallup Polling Gallup Weekly Presidential Job Approval Ratings: YTD Do you approve or disapprove of the

More information

Whither the GOP? Republicans Want Change, But Split Over Party s Direction

Whither the GOP? Republicans Want Change, But Split Over Party s Direction JULY 31, 2013 Ryan Has Broader Appeal in GOP than Paul, Rubio or Christie Whither the GOP? Republicans Want Change, But Split Over Party s Direction FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE PEW RESEARCH CENTER

More information

Marquette Law School Poll February 18-21, 2016 Results for Registered Voters

Marquette Law School Poll February 18-21, 2016 Results for Registered Voters Marquette Law School Poll February 18-21, 2016 Results for Registered Voters (ages are rounded to whole numbers for reporting of results. Values ending in.5 here may round up or down if they are slightly

More information

PRESIDENT BUSH GAINS ON TERRORISM, NOT ON IRAQ August 17-21, 2006

PRESIDENT BUSH GAINS ON TERRORISM, NOT ON IRAQ August 17-21, 2006 CBS NEWS/NEW YORK TIMES POLL For release August 22, 2006 6:30 P.M. EDT PRESIDENT BUSH GAINS ON TERRORISM, NOT ON IRAQ August 17-21, 2006 Concerns about terrorism have risen, but there has been no change

More information

NATIONAL: CLINTON HOLDS POST-DEBATE LEAD Dem voters still have some interest in a Biden run

NATIONAL: CLINTON HOLDS POST-DEBATE LEAD Dem voters still have some interest in a Biden run Please attribute this information to: Monmouth University Poll West Long Branch, NJ 07764 www.monmouth.edu/polling Follow on Twitter: @MonmouthPoll Released: Monday, 19, Contact: PATRICK MURRAY 732-979-6769

More information

2. Do you approve or disapprove of the job Congress is doing? Sep 08 17% 73 9 Democrats 28% Sep 08 23% 68 8 Republicans 10% 87 3

2. Do you approve or disapprove of the job Congress is doing? Sep 08 17% 73 9 Democrats 28% Sep 08 23% 68 8 Republicans 10% 87 3 18 March 2010 Polling was conducted by telephone March 16-17, 2010, in the evenings. The total sample is 900 registered voters nationwide with a margin of error of 3 percentage points. Results are of registered

More information

McCain Stays in Range Amid Challenges for Obama

McCain Stays in Range Amid Challenges for Obama ABC NEWS/WASHINGTON POST POLL: 08 ELECTION EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE AFTER 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, June 17, 2008 McCain Stays in Range Amid Challenges for Obama The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll underscores

More information

THE START OF THE OBAMA PRESIDENCY January 11-15, 2009

THE START OF THE OBAMA PRESIDENCY January 11-15, 2009 CBS NEWS/NEW YORK TIMES POLL For Release: Saturday, January 17, 2009 2:00 pm EST THE START OF THE OBAMA PRESIDENCY January 11-15, 2009 Amid an economic recession, two wars and with an unpopular outgoing

More information

Subject: Florida Statewide Republican Primary Election survey conducted for FloridaPolitics.com

Subject: Florida Statewide Republican Primary Election survey conducted for FloridaPolitics.com 9887 4 th St. N., Suite 200 St. Petersburg, FL 33702 Phone: (727) 245-1962 Fax: (727) 577-7470 Email: info@stpetepolls.org Website: www.stpetepolls.org Matt Florell, President Subject: Florida Statewide

More information