# of Interviews 629 likely 2012 General Election Voters in Iowa (Margin of Error ą3.9%)

Sample Composition:

300 Likely GOP Caucusgoers (ą5.7%)

329 Not Likely GOP Caucusgoers (ą5.4%)

266 General Election Swing Voters (ą6.0%)

Results Were Weighted to the Distribution of All Likely General Election Voters Statewide.

Dates of Interviewing – July 5th to July 7st, 2011

Topline Key
All:
Likely Voters
GOP Caucus:
Likely Republican Caucusgoers
Not GOP Caucus:
Registered Democrats, Independents, and Republicans Not Likely to Participate in the 2012 Caucus
GE Swing:
General Election Swing Voters, Those Who Split Their Ticket or Only Lean towards a Party

Conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling and Research

 

 

 

S1

Are you officially registered to vote at this address in Iowa? [IF YES] Regardless of how you might feel about the parties, are you officially registered as a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or as something else?

 

 

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Democrat.......................................

37%

100%

45%

27%

 

Republican....................................

33

0

18

19

 

Independent...............................

31

0

37

54

 

All Other ˆ Terminate

 

S2

Many people weren't able to vote in the 2008 election for president between Barack Obama and John McCain. How about you? Were you able to vote, or for some reason were you unable to vote?

 

 

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Voted.................................................

97%

98%

96%

96%

 

Not registered in 2008/Ineligible/too young................................................

3

2

3

3

 

(Refused) ......................................

1

*

1

1

 

Did not voteˆ Terminate

 

Asked of Registered Republicans Only

S3

As you know, next year, in February, the Republican Party will hold a precinct caucuses for president to determine which candidate will run against Barack Obama in the fall. How likely will you be to participate in this Republican caucus -- will you definitely participate, probably participate, are you only 50-50 about participating, or will you likely not participate in next year's Republican caucuses and wait until the fall to vote in the general election?

 

 

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Definitely Participate..........

11%

63%

0%

5%

 

Probably Participate...........

7

37

0

3

 

50-50.................................................

7

0

9

8

 

Not Vote/Wait until Fall...

7

0

9

3

 

(Depends/DonŐt Know)....

1

0

1

0

 

Not Republican........................

68

0

82

81

 

Asked of Registered Republicans Only

QA

If the 2012 Republican primary for President were held today and the candidates were: (Rotate Names)

 

  • Michelle Bachmann,
  • Herman Cain,
  • Newt Gingrich,
  • Gary Johnson,
  • Jon Huntsman
  • Ron Paul,
  • Tim Pawlenty,
  • Mitt Romney, and
  • Rick Santorum

 

Which one would you vote for? (If Undecided) Well which one would you lean toward voting for if the election were held today?

 

GOP Caucus

 

 

 

 

Bachmann.....................................

32%

 

 

 

 

Romney...........................................

29

 

 

 

 

Pawlenty.........................................

7

 

 

 

 

Santorum.......................................

6

 

 

 

 

Paul.....................................................

3

 

 

 

 

Gingrich...........................................

2

 

 

 

 

Cain.....................................................

1

 

 

 

 

Huntsman......................................

0

 

 

 

 

Johnson...........................................

0

 

 

 

 

(Other).............................................

*

 

 

 

 

(Undecided).................................

19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asked of All Likely Voters

QB

If the 2012 general election for President were held today and the candidates are: (Rotate Names)

 

  • Mitt Romney, the Republican, and
  • Barack Obama, the Democrat

 

Which one would you vote for? (If Undecided) Well which one would you lean toward voting for if the election were held today?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Total Romney.............................

47%

94%

37%

46%

 

Total Obama...............................

44

1

54

41

 

Undecided.....................................

8

5

9

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Romney/No Leans.................

42

90

32

38

 

Obama/No Leans..................

39

1

47

31

 

QC

If the 2012 general election for President were held today and the candidates are: (Rotate Names)

 

  • Michelle Bachmann, the Republican, and
  • Barack Obama, the Democrat

 

Which one would you vote for? (If Undecided) Well which one would you lean toward voting for if the election were held today?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Total Obama...............................

47%

99%

34%

47%

 

Total Bachmann.......................

46

*

57

42

 

Undecided.....................................

7

1

9

11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obama/No Leans..................

47

96

57

45

 

Bachmann/No Leans..........

42

*

30

37

 

Now I am going to ask you some questions about some issues.

Q1

How would you rate the conditions of the nationŐs economy – excellent, good, only fair or poor?

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Excellent..........................................

*%

0%

*%

0%

 

Good..................................................

12

*

15

15

 

Only Fair.........................................

41

19

45

38

 

Poor....................................................

47

80

40

48

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

0

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Excellent/Good..........

13%

*%

15%

15%

 

Total Fair/Poor.........................

87

100

85

85

 

Q2

During the next twelve months, do you think the nationŐs economy will get better, get worse, or stay about the same?

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Get Better......................................

36%

5%

43%

39%

 

Get Worse.....................................

19

43

13

15

 

Stay the Same............................

38

51

35

37

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

7

1

9

8

 

Q3

Just thinking about your own personal financial situation, do you feel that over the past 12 months things have gotten better, gotten worse, or stayed about the same for you?

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Gotten Better.............................

18%

17%

19%

20%

 

Gotten Worse............................

27

37

25

27

 

Stayed the Same......................

55

46

57

52

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

0

0

0

0

 

Q4

Thinking about the last ten years, would you say that the lives of children in America have gotten better, gotten worse or has there been no change?

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Gotten Better.............................

17%

3%

20%

19%

 

Gotten Worse............................

50

27

56

50

 

Stayed the Same......................

31

67

23

29

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

1

3

1

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q5

When todayŐs children in the United States grow up, do you think they will be better off or worse off than people are now?

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Better off........................................

33%

17%

36%

35%

 

Worse off......................................

54

77

49

51

 

(Same/Depends).....................

11

5

12

13

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

3

1

3

1

 

Q6-Q7

Now I am going to read you some issues that the next President will have to deal with. [READ LIST] Which is the most important issue to you that the next president should address?

 

(If Choice) And what would you say is the most important issue you think the next president should address? (If needed, read other choices)

 

 

Likely Voters

 

GOP Caucus

 

Not GOP Caucus

 

GE Swing

 

Rotate

Most

Total

 

Most

Total

 

Most

Total

 

Most

Total

 

á       Strengthening the economy and creating jobs.....................................................................

43%

60%

 

34%

56%

 

45%

61%

 

47%

63%

 

á       Reducing the federal budget deficit.....................................................................................................

19

36

 

43

65

 

14

29

 

18

36

 

á       Guaranteeing the financial future of Social Security and Medicare..

15

26

 

2

4

 

18

30

 

18

27

 

á       Improving the health, education, and safety of children......................................

11

20

 

1

4

 

13

24

 

9

21

 

á       Reducing taxes and making the tax system fairer..........................................................

6

14

 

7

22

 

6

12

 

6

9

 

á       Securing the homeland and protecting the nation from future terrorist attacks....................................................................................................................................................................

2

12

 

7

15

 

1

11

 

1

12

 

á       Making the borders of the country more secure and handling the problem of illegal immigration....................................................................................................................

1

13

 

5

25

 

1

10

 

*

12

 

á       Dealing with issues surrounding the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan......

1

9

 

*

2

 

1

10

 

0

10

 

á       Protecting the environment and reducing the threat of global warming...........................................................................................................................................................................................

1

2

 

*

1

 

1

2

 

*

1

 

(Other) ..............................................................................................................................................................................................

1

1

 

*

1

 

1

1

 

0

0

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................................................................................................................................................................

1

 

 

1

 

 

1

 

 

1

 

 

Q8

In making a voting decision, how important are issues of child well-being such as education, child abuse prevention, and child health care:

 

á      Very important, they are a primary factor in deciding how you vote

á      Somewhat important, they are one of several issues you consider

á      Not very important, they are not necessarily issues you consider

á      Not at all important, they are just not a consideration in deciding how you vote?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Very important.........................

41%

24%

45%

41%

 

Somewhat important.........

47

49

47

49

 

Not very important..............

11

25

8

9

 

Not important at all.............

1

2

1

1

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

0

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Important.......................

88%

74%

91%

90%

 

Total Not Important............

12

26

9

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q9

How does the federal government do in helping to solve the problems of children and families in Iowa – not enough, about the right amount, or does the federal government do too much?

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Not enough..................................

32%

5%

37%

34%

 

About right..................................

32

31

32

30

 

Too much.......................................

27

58

20

24

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

10

6

11

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q10

Please tell me which statement you agree with more:

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

á       Government should do more to solve problems and help meet the needs of the people, OR................................................................................

41%

4%

49%

43%

 

á       Government is doing too many things better left to businesses, charities, and individuals..............................................................................................

58

96

50

56

 

 

(Depends)........

1

0

1

1

 

 

(DonŐt Know) ...................................

1

0

1

0

 

Q11

What concerns you more:

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

á       The government will go too far in cutting programs that promote the health, education, and safety of children that they will not be prepared to compete in the future, OR...................................

43%

12%

50%

42%

 

á       Without deep cuts in the government now, we will place an impossible burden of debt on todayŐs children.................

55

88

48

57

 

 

(Depends)........

*

*

*

*

 

 

(DonŐt Know) ...................................

2

*

2

1

 

Q12

How much have you heard about the debate in Washington DC about the federal budget – a lot, a little, or nothing at all?

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

A Lot...................................................

74%

73%

74%

74%

 

A Little...............................................

26

27

26

26

 

Nothing at All.............................

1

0

1

0

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

*

0

*

0

 

Q13

In April, Republicans in the House of Representatives approved a budget for the next 10 years that will cut 6.2 trillion dollars from the federal budget. From what you know, do you favor or oppose this budget plan? (If favor/oppose) Do you strongly (favor/oppose) this plan or only somewhat (favor/oppose)?

 

 

 

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Strongly Favor..........................

26%

55%

20%

23%

 

Somewhat Favor.....................

27

31

26

25

 

Somewhat Oppose...............

15

9

16

15

 

Strongly Oppose.....................

23

2

28

25

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

9

2

11

12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Favor...................................

53%

86%

45%

48%

 

Total Oppose.............................

38

11

44

40

 

Q14

Let me read you some more information about the House Republicans' budget proposal. The plan cuts $6.2 trillion dollars below the president's budget in order to reduce the deficit and balance the budget within 20 years. The plan cuts domestic spending, including in education and other childrenŐs programs, in the coming year by 72 billion dollars and freezes that spending for five years. It repeals the new health care reform law and makes major long-term cuts in spending for Medicaid and Medicare. It reduces the top corporate and top income tax rate from 35 to 25 percent.

 

 

Now that you've heard more information, do you favor or oppose this proposal?

 

(If favor/oppose) Do you strongly (favor/oppose) this plan or only somewhat (favor/oppose)?

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Strongly Favor..........................

23%

56%

16%

20%

 

Somewhat Favor.....................

22

26

21

22

 

Somewhat Oppose...............

15

14

15

15

 

Strongly Oppose.....................

39

3

47

43

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

2

2

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Favor...................................

44%

81%

36%

42%

 

Total Oppose.............................

54

17

62

57

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q15

Most states, including Iowa, are facing fiscal challenges and a number of governors have called for the need to have more flexibility to decide how Medicaid dollars are spent in the states. Medicaid is a federal health program that provides care to low-income children, the elderly and the disabled.

 

 

Would you favor or oppose allowing governors this flexibility if it meant eliminating insurance coverage for some children?

 

(If favor/oppose) Do you strongly (favor/oppose) this plan or only somewhat (favor/oppose)?

 

                                                                          

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Strongly Favor..........................

20%

50%

14%

18%

 

Somewhat Favor.....................

28

32

27

30

 

Somewhat Oppose...............

12

12

12

13

 

Strongly Oppose.....................

38

4

45

38

 

(DonŐt Know)..............................

2

2

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Favor...................................

48%

82%

41%

48%

 

Total Oppose.............................

50

16

57

51

 

Q16

Q20

Now I am going to read you some statements. Please tell me whether you agree or disagree with each one. (Read Item) Do you agree or disagree with that? (If agree/disagree) Do you strongly (agree/disagree) or only somewhat (agree/disagree)?

 

 

Agree

Disagree

 

 

 

 

 

Strong

Some-what

Some-what

Strong

(DK)

Total

Agree

Total Disagree

 

á       Our political leaders in Washington DC are not doing enough to ensure the health, education and well-being of children today.

Likely Voters

32%

26

26

15

1

58%

41

 

GOP Caucus

9%

15

35

40

*

25%

75

 

Not GOP Caucus

37%

28

24

10

1

65%

34

 

GE Swing

34%

29

24

12

1

63%

37

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       The President and Congress need to give a higher priority to the health, education and well-being of the country's children.

Likely Voters

36%

27

22

15

1

63%

36

 

GOP Caucus

5%

29

22

44

1

33%

66

 

Not GOP Caucus

42%

27

22

8

1

69%

30

 

GE Swing

38%

25

25

12

0

63%

37

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       With a deficit of more than trillion dollars every year, we need to cut all programs in the federal budget. Cutting programs might be hard but it is necessary to show we are serious about restoring the nation to a sustainable financial path.

Likely Voters

34%

25

15

25

1

59%

40

 

GOP Caucus

63%

24

10

2

1

87%

12

 

Not GOP Caucus

28%

26

16

30

1

53%

46

 

GE Swing

34%

23

15

28

*

56%

43

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       No one disputes that the federal government needs to cut spending, but it needs to be done smartly. Programs that promote and protect the health, education, and safety of children should be protected from any cuts and those that work for children best should be increased.

Likely Voters

28%

38

21

12

1

66%

33

 

GOP Caucus

5%

23

32

39

1

28%

71

 

Not GOP Caucus

33%

41

19

6

1

74%

25

 

GE Swing

31%

39

20

10

0

70%

30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       The federal budget deficit cannot be closed by spending cuts alone. We must end the tax cuts passed in 2001 and 2003 for those making more than 250 thousand a year first before we start cutting education and child health programs.

Likely Voters

55%

14

10

21

1

69%

31

 

GOP Caucus

7%

20

21

50

2

28%

71

 

Not GOP Caucus

65%

13

7

15

*

78%

22

 

GE Swing

60%

14

10

16

0

74%

26

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q21

Q28

Now I am going to read you some proposals people have made. I want you to tell me whether you would be more likely or less likely to vote for a candidate who made that specific proposal. (Read Item) Would you be more likely or less likely to vote for a candidate who proposed that? (If more/less likely) Would you be much (more/less) likely or somewhat (more/less) likely to vote for that candidate?

 

 

More Likely

Less Likely

No Diff

 

Total

More Likely

Total Less Likely

 

Ranked by ÔTotal More LikelyŐ

Much

Some-what

Some-what

Much

(DK)

 

á       Launching a major national initiative to reduce the three million reports of child abuse and neglect and the more than 2,000 child abuse deaths that occur every year.

Likely Voters

37%

37

9

9

5

2

75%

18

 

GOP Caucus

20%

36

16

20

6

2

56%

36

 

Not GOP Caucus

41%

37

8

7

5

2

78%

15

 

GE Swing

39%

38

8

10

3

2

77%

18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       Increasing funding for student loans, including Pell Grant scholarships for low and moderate-income college students.

Likely Voters

32%

42

14

11

1

*

74%

25

 

GOP Caucus

6%

48

19

24

3

*

53%

43

 

Not GOP Caucus

38%

40

12

9

*

*

78%

21

 

GE Swing

35%

41

14

10

*

0

76%

24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       Eliminating the recent tax cuts passed in the last decade for families earning over $250,000 a year, requiring those families to pay more.

Likely Voters

42%

25

12

21

*

*

67%

33

 

GOP Caucus

14%

17

26

41

*

1

31%

68

 

Not GOP Caucus

48%

27

9

16

0

0

74%

26

 

GE Swing

47%

27

9

17

*

*

74%

26

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       Providing Head Start, a program that helps pre-school children from disadvantaged backgrounds, so every eligible child can attend a program instead.

Likely Voters

31%

36

22

10

1

1

66%

32

 

GOP Caucus

9%

29

32

29

1

0

38%

62

 

Not GOP Caucus

35%

37

20

6

1

1

73%

26

 

GE Swing

34%

36

22

8

*

0

70%

30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       Increasing subsidies for child care so more middle class working families can afford care.

Likely Voters

25%

37

23

13

2

*

62%

36

 

GOP Caucus

4%

16

40

33

6

1

20%

73

 

Not GOP Caucus

30%

41

19

9

1

*

71%

28

 

GE Swing

27%

38

22

12

*

*

65%

34

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       Expanding of after-school opportunities for children and youth.

Likely Voters

26%

34

19

11

10

1

59%

29

 

GOP Caucus

5%

24

24

36

9

2

29%

60

 

Not GOP Caucus

30%

36

17

5

10

1

66%

22

 

GE Swing

27%

34

20

8

9

2

62%

28

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       Having the federal government work with states like Iowa to provide greater funding so that all parents who want to send their children to a high-quality pre-kindergarten or kindergarten program can afford to do so.

Likely Voters

19%

37

19

23

1

*

56%

43

 

GOP Caucus

3%

18

35

42

1

0

22%

78

 

Not GOP Caucus

23%

41

16

19

1

*

64%

35

 

GE Swing

22%

36

19

22

*

*

59%

41

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

á       Reducing the corporate tax rate from 35 to 25 percent.

Likely Voters

23%

20

15

31

8

2

43%

46

 

GOP Caucus

45%

17

13

12

11

2

62%

25

 

Not GOP Caucus

18%

21

16

35

8

2

39%

51

 

GE Swing

20%

20

16

35

8

1

40%

51

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now I have some statistical questions to ensure we have a representative sample.

Q21

Sex

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Male........................................................

48%

54%

47%

49%

 

Female...................................................

52

46

53

51

 

Q30

What is your age?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

18-34.................................................

11%

10%

12%

12%

 

35-44.................................................

17

16

17

15

 

45-54.................................................

23

27

22

29

 

55-64.................................................

24

19

25

18

 

65+.......................................................

25

28

25

26

 

Q31

Are you a grandparent of a child under 18?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Yes........................................................

40%

41%

40%

41%

 

No.........................................................

60

59

60

59

 

Q32

Are you currently married, separated, divorced, widowed, or have you never been married?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Married...........................................

72%

80%

71%

70%

 

Sep/Div/Wid...............................

21

16

22

23

 

Never married...........................

7

4

7

7

 

Q33

Are you the parent of a child under 18 currently living in your household?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Yes........................................................

27%

24%

27%

29%

 

No.........................................................

73

76

72

71

 

Q34

What is the last grade you completed in school?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Less than High School........

*%

*%

*%

*%

 

High School Graduate........

24

17

25

27

 

Some College/Technical...

25

31

24

21

 

College Degree (4 Year)....

33

40

32

34

 

Graduate Degree....................

17

11

18

18

 

Q35

When it comes to politics, do you generally think of yourself as liberal, somewhat liberal, moderate, somewhat conservative or conservative?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Liberal...............................................

20%

0%

25%

9%

 

Somewhat liberal...................

17

0

21

24

 

Moderate.......................................

13

1

15

18

 

Smwt conservative................

31

29

31

43

 

Conservative...............................

18

70

7

6

 

(DK/Refused)..............................

1

0

1

*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Liberal................................

37%

0%

45%

32%

 

Total Conservative................

49

99

38

49

 

Q36

Thinking back on all the votes you have cast in the past several years in national and state elections, which one of the following statements best represents how you have voted in these elections?:

 

 

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

á       I vote for the Democrats a large majority of the time..................................................................

23%

0%

28%

0%

 

á       I vote for the Democrats a little more often than for the Republicans...............

16

*

19

30

 

 

á       I split my votes pretty evenly between the Democrats and the Republicans.......................................................................................................................................................................................................

16

5

19

30

 

 

á       I vote for the Republicans a little more often than for the Democrats...............

21

18

22

40

 

á       I vote for the Republicans a large majority of the time..............................................................

23

77

12

0

 

 

 

(DonŐt Know) ........................................................................................................

1

0

1

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Democrat....................................................................................................

37%

*%

47%

30%

 

 

 

Total Swing.............................................................................................................

53

23

60

100

 

 

 

Total Republican................................................................................................

44

95

33

40

 

 

 

Q37

How well would you say the phrase ŇTea Party supporterÓ describes you – very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not well at all?

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Very Well.......................................

10%

22%

7%

8%

 

Somewhat Well........................

24

43

19

24

 

Not too Well...............................

21

21

21

24

 

Not Well at All...........................

43

13

50

44

 

(DK/Refused)..............................

2

2

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Well......................................

34%

65%

27%

32%

 

Total Not Well...........................

64

33

71

68

 

Q38

Just to make sure we have a representative sample, could you please tell me your race or ethnicity? (If Necessary) Well, most people consider themselves black, white, or Hispanic?

 

 

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

White.................................................

96%

99%

96%

95%

 

Black/Hispanic...........................

3

0

4

5

 

(Other) ............................................

*

1

0

0

 

(Refused)........................................

*

1

*

0

 

Q39

Is your total household income: (READ CHOICES)

 

 

 

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

Less than $25,000.................

12%

2%

15%

14%

 

$25,000-$34,999..................

10

3

12

10

 

$35,000-$49,999..................

12

14

12

12

 

$50,000-$74,999..................

21

26

20

19

 

$75,000-$99,999..................

15

22

13

14

 

$100,000+....................................

17

22

16

14

 

(Refused)........................................

13

12

13

16

 

Q40

Congressional District

 

All

GOP Caucus

Not GOP Caucus

GE Swing

 

CD #1.................................................

25%

19%

27%

27%

 

CD #2.................................................

26

21

27

28

 

CD #3.................................................

25

29

24

21

 

CD #4.................................................

24

31

22

24