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1 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page Connecticut Avenue, NW Interviews: 1,008 adults Washington, DC Dates: June 8-11, 2007 (202) FINAL Study #6073 NBC News/Wall Street Journal 48 Male 52 Female [109] Please note: all results are shown as percentages unless otherwise stated. The margin of error for 1,008 interviews is ± 3.1% Unless otherwise noted by a +, all previous data shown reflects responses among all adults. 1. 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? High Low 6/07 4/07 3/07 1/07 12/06 10/28-30/06+ 9/01 7/92+ Headed in the right direction [139] Off on the wrong track Mixed (VOL) Not sure Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. 10/13-16/06+ 9/30-10/2/06+ 9/8-11/06+ 7/06 6/06 4/06 3/06 1/ /05 11/05 10/05 9/05 7/05 5/05 4/ /05 1/05 12/04 10/04+ 9/04+ 8/04+ 7/

2 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 2 Q.1 (cont d) 6/04+ 5/04+ 3/04 1/04 12/14/03 12/13/03 11/03 9/03 Headed in the right direction Off on the wrong track Mixed (VOL) Not sure Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. 7/03 5/03+ 4/03 1/03 12/02 10/02+ 9/02 7/ /02 4/02 1/02 12/01 9/01 6/01 1/01 10/ a. 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? [ ] and over... 8 Not sure/refused b. 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 [142] No, not Hispanic Not sure/refused... -

3 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 3 2c. And again, for statistical purposes only, what is your race white, black, Asian, or something else? White [143] Black Asian... 1 Other... 3 Hispanic (VOL)... 8 Not sure/refused In general, do you approve or disapprove of the job that George W. Bush is doing as president? High Low 6/07 4/07 3/07 1/07 12/06 10/28-30/06+ 11/01 12/06 Approve [144] Disapprove Not sure Overnight poll conducted after Colin Powell s speech to the United Nations. + Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. 10/13-16/06+ 9/30-10/2/06+ 9/8-11/06+ 7/06 6/06 4/06 3/ /06 12/05 11/05 10/05 9/05 7/05 5/ /05 2/05 1/05 12/04 10/04+ 9/04+ 8/ /04+ 6/04+ 5/04+ 3/04 1/04 12/14/03 12/13/03 11/ /03 7/03 5/03+ 4/03 3/29-30/03 3/23/03 3/17/03 2/ /03 10/02+ 9/02 7/02 6/02 5/02 4/02 4/

4 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 4 4a. Do you generally approve or disapprove of the job that George W. Bush is doing in handling the economy? High Low 6/07* 4/07 3/07 1/07 12/06 12/01 11/05 Approve [145] Disapprove Not sure * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A). + Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. 10/28-30/06+ 10/13-16/06+ 9/30-10/2/06+ 9/8-11/06+ 7/06 6/06 4/ /06 1/06 12/05 11/05 9/05 7/05 5/ /05 2/05 1/05 12/04 10/04+ 9/04+ 8/ /04+ 5/04+ 3/04 1/04 12/13/03 11/03 9/ /03 5/03+ 4/03 1/03 12/02 10/02+ 9/ /02 6/02 4/02 1/02 12/01 4/

5 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 5 4b. In general, do you approve or disapprove of the job that George W. Bush is doing in handling the situation in Iraq? ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B). + Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. 6/07** 4/07 3/07 1/07 12/06 10/28-30/06+ 10/13-16/06+ Approve [146] Disapprove Not sure /8-11/06+ 7/06 6/06 4/06 3/06 1/ /05 11/05 9/05 7/05 5/

6 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 6 5. In general, do you approve or disapprove of the job that Congress is doing? High Low 6/07 4/07 3/07 10/13-16/06+ 9/8-11/06+ 7/06 6/06 9/98 4/92+ Approve [147] Disapprove Not sure /06 3/06 1/06 12/05 11/05 9/05 7/05 5/05 4/ /05 6/04+ 5/04+ 1/04 12/13/03 11/03 9/03 5/03+ 1/ /02 10/02+ 9/02 7/02 6/02 1/02 12/01 6/01 4/ /01 1/01 12/00 10/00+ 9/00+ 7/00+ 6/00+ 4/00+ 3/ /00 12/99 10/99 9/99 7/99 6/99 4/99 1/99 12/ /98+ 10/94+ 9/ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

7 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 7 6. Now I'm going to read you the names of several public figures and organizations, and I'd like you to rate your feelings toward each one as either very positive, somewhat positive, neutral, somewhat negative, or very negative. If you don't know the name, please just say so. Very Positive Somewhat Positive Somewhat Negative Very Negative Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral George W. Bush April March January December October 28-30, October 13-16, September 30-October 2, September 8-11, July June April March January November September July May February January June January September January October July June January High December Low January [148] + Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

8 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 8 Q.6 (cont d) The Democratic Party Very Positive Somewhat Positive Neutral Somewhat Negative Very Negative Don't Know Name/ Not Sure January December October 28-30, October 13-16, September 30-October 2, September 8-11, July June April March January November October September July May February December October September August July September July December July July High January Low July [149/155] + Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

9 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 9 Q.6 (cont d) The Republican Party Very Positive Somewhat Positive Neutral Somewhat Negative Very Negative Don't Know Name/ Not Sure January December October 28-30, October 13-16, September 30-October 2, September 8-11, July June April March January November October September July May February December October September August July September July December July July High December Low October Barry Bonds April [150/156] [151/157] + Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

10 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 10 Q.6 (cont d) Very Positive Somewhat Positive Somewhat Negative Very Negative Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral Hillary Clinton * March December April December December 13, July March January December October September June April March January December October High January Low March Mitt Romney * March December Fred Thompson ** April September July June [153] [154] [159] * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A). ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B). + Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

11 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 11 Q.6 (cont d) Don't Know Very Positive Somewhat Positive Neutral Somewhat Negative Very Negative Name/ Not Sure John Edwards [160] ** March December December October September August July June March January December 13, ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B). + Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. 7. Generally speaking, which party more closely shares your values and positions on the issues the Republican Party or the Democratic Party? The Republican Party [161] The Democratic Party Neither (VOL) Not sure... 5

12 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page In the next election for U.S. Congress, do you feel that your representative deserves to be reelected, or do you think that it is time to give a new person a chance? 6/07+ 10/13-16/06+ 9/30-10/2/06+ 9/8-11/06+ 7/06+ 6/06+ 3/06+ 1/06+ Deserves to be reelected [162] Give new person a chance Not sure Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. 12/05+ 11/05+ 5/05+ 10/04+ 10/02+ 9/02 10/ /00+ 6/00+ 12/99 10/98+ 12/97+ 10/94+ 9/ /94 1/94 10/93 9/93 7/93 10/92+ 9/ /92+ 4/92+ 2/92+ 1/92+ 12/91+ 10/91+ 10/90+ 11/ Let me list some issues that have been proposed for the federal government to address. Please tell me which one of these items you think should be the top priority for the federal government. (IF MORE THAN ONE, ASK:) Well, if you had to choose just one, which do you think should be the top priority? (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO CHOOSE A PRIORITY IN Q.9.) 10. And which of these issues do you think should be the next highest priority for the federal government to address? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE HIGHEST TOP PRIORITY Q.9 Top Priority Q.9/10 COMBINED Top/Second Priorities 6/07 3/07 1/07 12/06 7/06 6/07 3/07 1/07 12/06 7/06 The war in Iraq [ ] Health care > Illegal immigration Terrorism Job creation and economic growth Energy and the cost of gas The environment and global warming Reducing the federal budget deficit Other (VOL) All equally (VOL) None of these (VOL) Not sure Prior to March 2007, the item was phrased, Environment.

13 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 13 Now, changing topics Putting aside for a moment the question of who each party's nominee might be, what is your preference for the outcome of the 2008 presidential election that a Democrat be elected president or that a Republican be elected president? (IF "DEMOCRAT" OR "REPUBLICAN," ASK:) And do you strongly prefer a (Democrat/Republican), or is your preference not that strong? 6/07 4/07 Democrat Strongly [167] Not strongly Republican Not strongly Strongly Other (VOL) Not sure a. 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? Strong Democrat [168] Not very strong Democrat... 8 Skip to Q.13 Independent/lean Democrat Strictly independent CONTINUE Independent/lean Republican Not very strong Republican... 7 Skip to Q.17a Strong Republican Other... 4 CONTINUE Not sure/nothing... 2 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY INDEPENDENT, OTHER, OR NOT SURE IN Q.12a.) 12b. If there were a presidential primary election in your state, would you vote in the Democratic primary, the Republican primary, or would you wait to vote in the general election? Vote in the Democratic primary CONTINUE [169] Vote in the Republican primary Skip to Q.17a Wait until the general election None/other (VOL)... 4 Skip to Q.21a Not sure... 4

14 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 14 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A DEMOCRAT IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 13. Let me mention some people who have said that they will seek the Democratic nomination for president in If the next Democratic primary for president were being held today, for which one of the following candidates would you vote? (IF "NOT SURE," ASK:) Well, which way do you lean? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE 6/07 4/07 3/07 12/06 Hillary Clinton [ ] Barack Obama John Edwards Bill Richardson Joe Biden Dennis Kucinich NA Chris Dodd NA Mike Gravel NA NA Other (VOL) None (VOL) Not sure (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A DEMOCRAT IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 14. Thinking about these Democratic candidates for a moment--do you think they basically have the same position when it comes to the situation in Iraq or do you think there are significant differences among the candidates on this issue? If you do not know enough about the different candidates' positions on Iraq, please just say so. Basically have the same position [172] Significant differences Do not know enough Depends (VOL)... 1 Not sure... 4 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A DEMOCRAT IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 15a. Which one or two of the following qualities would you most like to have in the Democratic nominee for president? (IF "ALL," ASK:) If you had to choose just one or two, which would you say are the MOST important to you personally? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE Bringing real change to the direction of the country [173] Being knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency > Having a vision for the country's future Sharing your positions on the issues Being inspirational and an exciting choice for president... 6 Having the best chance to win the presidency... 5 None/other (VOL)... 2 Not sure... 1

15 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 15 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A DEMOCRAT IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 15b. When it comes to selecting the Democratic nominee for president, which statement comes closer to your point of view? Statement A: We should select the candidate who would be the best person to run the country, even if he or she might be easier for the Republicans to defeat in the general election. Statement B: We should select the candidate who has the best chance to defeat the Republicans and win the presidency even if he or she might not be the best person to run the country. Statement A/best person to run the country [174] Statement B/best chance to defeat the Republicans Not sure... 4 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A DEMOCRAT IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 16a. 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? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY GOOD (RATING OF 4 OR 5 ) Very Good Rating Very Poor Rating Cannot Rate Is knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency [176] Has a vision for the country's future [175] Would bring real change to the direction of the country [179] Shares your positions on the issues [178] Is inspirational and an exciting choice for president [177] (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A DEMOCRAT IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 16b. How would you rate Barack Obama 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? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY GOOD (RATING OF 4 OR 5 )) Very Good Rating Very Poor Rating Cannot Rate Is inspirational and an exciting choice for president [209] Has a vision for the country's future [180] Would bring real change to the direction of the country [211] Shares your positions on the issues [210] Is knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency [208]

16 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 16 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A DEMOCRAT IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 16c. How would you rate John Edwards 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? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY GOOD (RATING OF 4 OR 5 ) Very Good Rating Very Poor Rating Cannot Rate Has a vision for the country's future [212] Is knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency [213] Shares your positions on the issues [215] Would bring real change to the direction of the country [216] Is inspirational and an exciting choice for president [214] (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A REPUBLICAN IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 17a. Let me mention some people who have said that they will seek the Republican nomination for president in If the next Republican primary for president were being held today, for which one of the following candidates would you vote? (IF "NOT SURE," ASK:) Well, which way do you lean? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE 6/07 4/07 3/07 12/06 Rudy Giuliani [ ] Fred Thompson NA NA Mitt Romney John McCain Mike Huckabee Ron Paul... 2 NA NA NA Tommy Thompson... 2 NA NA NA Sam Brownback Jim Gilmore... 1 NA NA NA Duncan Hunter NA Tom Tancredo... 1 NA NA NA Other (VOL) None (VOL) Not sure

17 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 17 APRIL 2007 without Fred Thompson Rudy Giuliani John McCain Mitt Romney Tommy Thompson... 3 Mike Huckabee... 3 Duncan Hunter... 1 Sam Brownback... 1 Ron Paul... 1 Tom Tancredo... 1 Jim Gilmore... - Other (VOL)... - None (VOL)... 4 Not sure (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A REPUBLICAN IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 17b. If this was the final group of candidates running for the Republican nomination, would you be satisfied or dissatisfied with the choices for the Republican presidential nomination? 6/07 4/07 1 3/07 3/96 2 Satisfied [219] Dissatisfied Not sure In April 2007, the question was phrased, Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the choices for the Republican presidential nomination? 2 In March 1996, the question was phrased, How satisfied are you with the present field of announced Republican candidates for president--very satisfied, fairly satisfied, just somewhat satisfied, or not that satisfied? (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A REPUBLICAN IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 18. Thinking about these Republican candidates for a moment--do you think they basically have the same position when it comes to illegal immigration or do you think there are significant differences among the candidates on this issue? If you do not know enough about the different candidates' positions on illegal immigration, please just say so. Basically have the same position [220] Significant differences Do not know enough Depends (VOL)... 1 Not sure... 3

18 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 18 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A REPUBLICAN IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 19a. Which one or two of the following qualities would you most like to have in the Republican nominee for president? (IF "ALL," ASK:) If you had to choose just one or two, which would you say are the MOST important to you personally? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE Being knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency [221] Having a vision for the country's future > Bringing real change to the direction of the country Sharing your positions on the issues Having the best chance to win the presidency... 7 Being inspirational and an exciting choice for president... 5 None/other (VOL)... - Not sure... 1 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A REPUBLICAN IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 19b. When it comes to selecting the Republican nominee for president, which statement comes closer to your point of view? Statement A: We should select the candidate who would be the best person to run the country, even if he might be easier for the Democrats to defeat in the general election. Statement B: We should select the candidate who has the best chance to defeat the Democrats and win the presidency even if he might not be the best person to run the country. Statement A/best person to run the country [222] Statement B/best chance to defeat the Democrats Not sure... 3

19 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 19 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A REPUBLICAN IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 20a. How would you rate Rudy Giuliani 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? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY GOOD (RATING OF 4 OR 5 ) Very Good Rating Very Poor Rating Cannot Rate Is knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency [224] Has a vision for the country's future [223] Is inspirational and an exciting choice for president [225] Would bring real change to the direction of the country [227] Shares your positions on the issues [226] (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A REPUBLICAN IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 20b. How would you rate John McCain 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? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY GOOD (RATING OF 4 OR 5 ) Very Good Rating Very Poor Rating Cannot Rate Is knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency [229] Has a vision for the country's future [228] Would bring real change to the direction of the country [232] Shares your positions on the issues [231] Is inspirational and an exciting choice for president [230]

20 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 20 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY THEY ARE A REPUBLICAN IN Q.12a OR THAT THEY WOULD VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Q.12b.) 20c. How would you rate Mitt Romney 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? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY GOOD (RATING OF 4 OR 5 ) Very Good Rating Very Poor Rating Cannot Rate Has a vision for the country's future [233] Is knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency [234] Is inspirational and an exciting choice for president [235] Shares your positions on the issues [236] Would bring real change to the direction of the country [237] 21a. If the next election for president were held today, and Rudy Giuliani were the Republican candidate and Hillary Clinton were the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? 6/07 3/07 Rudy Giuliani [238] Hillary Clinton Depends (VOL) Neither/other (VOL) Not sure b. If the next election for president were held today, and Fred Thompson were the Republican candidate and Barack Obama were the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? Fred Thompson [239] Barack Obama Depends (VOL)... 2 Neither/other (VOL)... 7 Not sure Do you believe that it is more important to have a president who stands up for his or her convictions, OR a president who seeks common ground? (IF "BOTH," ASK:) Well, between the two, which do you think is MORE important? Stands up for convictions [240] Seeks common ground Depends (VOL)... 8 Not sure... 3 On another topic... 23a. Would you say that immigration helps the United States more than it hurts it, OR immigration hurts the United States more than it helps it? 6/07 7/06 6/06 4/06 12/05 Helps more than it hurts [241] Hurts more than it helps Not sure

21 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 21 23b. Would you say that, in general, immigration is a good thing, a bad thing, or neither a good nor bad thing? (IF "GOOD THING" OR "BAD THING," ASK:) And would you say it is a very (good/bad) thing or a somewhat (good/bad) thing? Very good thing [242] Somewhat good thing Neither good nor bad thing Somewhat bad thing Very bad thing... 9 Not sure Which one of the following is the single-most important step that an immigrant can take to successfully integrate into American society? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE Learn to speak fluent English [243] Learn skills to get better jobs in the future Earn at least a high school degree Get a job... 8 Bring their family here... 2 None (VOL)... 1 Other (VOL... 2 Not sure How much of an impact has illegal immigration made on your own community where you live--a great deal of impact, quite a bit of impact, just a little impact, or no impact at all? Great deal of impact [244] Quite a bit of impact Just a little impact No impact at all Not sure... 2

22 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page Now I would like to get your reaction to several parts of a possible new immigration bill. Please tell me whether you strongly favor, somewhat favor, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose each of the following parts of this bill. THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY STRONGLY FAVOR Strongly Favor Somewhat Favor Somewhat Oppose Strongly Oppose All immigrants who apply to be U.S. citizens would be required to learn English [250] Imposing new fines on businesses that hire illegal immigrants [246] Increasing border security by building a fence along part of the U.S. border with Mexico and by hiring and training more border patrol agents [245] Immigrants who want to come to the U.S. to work and who are not already here could apply for a two-year work visa that they could renew up to two times [249] Allowing illegal workers who arrived in the U.S. to apply for permanent U.S. residency if they return to their home country within eight years and pay additional fines [248] Allowing illegal workers who arrived in the U.S. before January first of this year to receive an automatic work visa if they pay a fine of around five thousand dollars [247] Not Sure 27. Thinking about all of the parts of this bill that I just read to you, do you think this bill is an acceptable compromise, do you think it makes too many concessions to illegal immigrants by allowing them to remain in the United States, or do you think that it makes too many concessions to those who want illegal immigrants to have to return to their native countries? Acceptable compromise [251] Too many concessions to illegal immigrants by allowing them to stay in the U.S Too many concessions to those who want illegal immigrants to return to native countries Not sure Would you be pleased or would you be upset if Congress does not pass an immigration bill, or do you not care either way? (IF RESPONDENT MAKES A CHOICE, ASK:) And would you be very or somewhat (pleased/upset)? Very pleased [252] Somewhat pleased Somewhat upset Very upset Do not care either way Not sure... 5

23 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 23 29a. Regardless of how you feel about it personally, do you think that deporting all illegal immigrants who are currently in the United States back to their native countries is a realistic and achievable goal, or not? Yes, realistic/achievable goal [253] No, not realistic/achievable goal Not sure b. Regardless of how you feel about it personally, do you think that having illegal immigrants who are currently in the United States voluntarily return to their native countries before applying to become legal citizens is a realistic and achievable goal, or not? Yes, realistic/achievable goal [254] No, not realistic/achievable goal Not sure... 4 Turning to the war in Iraq Thinking of the situation in Iraq over the past three months, do you think the situation there has gotten better, gotten worse, or stayed about the same? 6/07 4/07 Gotten better [255] Gotten worse Stayed about the same Not sure

24 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 24 31a/b. Do you think that the United States should maintain its current troop level in Iraq to help secure peace and stability, or should the United States reduce its number of troops? (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY "REDUCE NUMBER OF TROOPS" IN Q31a.). And do you think that the United States should reduce its number of troops but NOT have a timeline for withdrawal of all troops, or should the United States reduce its number of troops and have a target deadline for withdrawal of all troops within a year? 6/07 9/06+ 7/06 6/06 3/06 1/06 Maintain current troop level [256/257] Reduce number of troops WITHOUT timeline for withdrawal WITH timeline for withdrawal Depends/not sure when to reduce (VOL) Depends/some of both (VOL) Not sure /05 11/05 10/05 9/05 1 7/ NA NA NA NA NA NA 2 3 NA NA NA /05 4/05 2/05 1/ / NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Prior to September 2005, the question was phrased,... or should the United States now reduce its number of troops since elections have been held? 2 Prior to February 2005, the question was phrased, If Iraq's elections do take place on January thirtieth as planned.. + Results shown reflect responses among registered voters. 32. More specifically, do you think that we should have an immediate and orderly withdrawal of all troops from Iraq, or not? 6/07 7/06 3/06 12/05 Yes, should have an immediate withdrawal [258] No, should not have an immediate withdrawal Depends (VOL) Not sure

25 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page Looking ahead to a time after U.S. troops have left Iraq, how likely do you believe each of the following things is to happen--very likely, somewhat likely, somewhat unlikely, or very unlikely? THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY VERY OR SOMEWHAT LIKELY Very Likely Somewhat Likely Somewhat Unlikely Very Unlikely There will be all-out civil war * [260] There will be more attempted terrorist attacks against the U.S. on our own soil as a result of our troops having left Iraq ** [261] The Iraqi government will achieve a stable democracy * [259] Iraq will become more settled and less violent ** [262] * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A). ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B). Not Sure Getting near the end of the survey Turning to Major League Baseball, Hank Aaron currently holds the career home-run record but Barry Bonds is close to passing Aaron. As you may know, there have been allegations about Barry Bonds and his use of performance-enhancing drugs, including steroids. If Barry Bonds finishes with more career home runs than Hank Aaron, will you consider Barry Bonds to be the true record-holder or will Hank Aaron still hold the record in your mind? Or do you not care one way or the other? Barry Bonds true record holder [263] Hank Aaron will still hold record Do not care one way or the other Not sure... 4 FACTUALS: Now I am going to ask you a few questions for statistical purposes only. F1. Are you currently registered to vote at this address? Registered [264] Not registered Not sure... 2 F2. A lot of people are unable to get out and vote for many reasons. Did you happen to vote in the November 2004 election for president? (IF "YES," ASK:) For whom did you vote George W. Bush, John Kerry, or someone else? Voted George W. Bush [265] Voted John Kerry Voted someone else... 6 Voted refused (VOL)... 3 Did not vote Not sure... 3

26 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 26 F3. Are you currently employed? (IF CURRENTLY EMPLOYED:) What type of work do you do? (IF NOT CURRENTLY EMPLOYED:) Are you a student, a homemaker, retired, or unemployed and looking for work? Currently Employed Professional/ manager [266] White-collar worker Blue-collar worker Farmer, rancher... - Not Currently Employed Student... 3 Homemaker... 7 Retired Unemployed, looking for work... 3 Other... - Not sure... 2 F4. What is the last grade that you completed in school? Grade school... 1 [ ] Some high school... 4 High school graduate Some college, no degree Vocational training/2-year college year college/bachelor's degree Some postgraduate work, no degree or 3 years postgraduate work/master's degree Doctoral/law degree... 3 Not sure/refused... 3 F5. Are you currently single and never married, unmarried and living with a partner, married, separated, widowed, or divorced? Single [276] Unmarried and living with a partner... 2 Married Separated... 1 Widowed... 6 Divorced... 9 Other (VOL)... - Not sure/refused... 3 F6a. Thinking about your general approach to issues, do you consider yourself to be very liberal, somewhat liberal, moderate, somewhat conservative, or very conservative? Very liberal... 9 [277] Somewhat liberal Moderate Somewhat conservative Very conservative Not sure... 5

27 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 27 F6b. Were you or was one of your parents born outside the United States? (IF "YES," ASK:) And were you, your parents, or both you and your parents born outside the United States? Yes, respondent born outside United States... 2 [278] Yes, respondent's parents born outside the United States... 9 Yes, both respondent and parents born outside the United States... 5 No, neither respondent nor parents born outside the United States Not sure... 2 F7a. What is your religion? Protestant (includes Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, and other Christians) CONTINUE [279] Catholic Jewish... 2 Skip to Q.F8 Muslim... - Other... 8 None CONTINUE Not sure/refused... 4 (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY PROTESTANT, OTHER, NONE, OR NOT SURE IN Q.F7a.) F7b. Would you describe yourself as either a fundamentalist or an evangelical Christian, or would you not describe yourself that way? Fundamentalist/evangelical [280] Neither fundamentalist nor evangelical Not sure... 9 Catholic/Jewish/Muslim (Q.F7a) F8. How often do you attend services at a church, synagogue, mosque, or other place of worship? Never [308] Once a year... 5 A few times a year Once a month... 5 About twice a month Once a week or more often Not sure... 4 F9a. Are you a current or retired labor union member? (IF NO, ASK:) Is anyone else in your household a current or retired labor union member? Labor union member [ ] Labor union household... 8 Non-union household Not sure... 3

28 HART/NEWHOUSE Study #6073--page 28 F10. 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, [311] 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... 20

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