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Pacific ........................................ 6 0 0%

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Belknap ........................................ 01 ( 1/ 46) 17 3%

Carroll ........................................ 02 11 2%

Cheshire ....................................... 03 27 5%

Coos ........................................... 04 23 4%

Grafton ........................................ 05 23 4%

Hillsborough ................................... 06 215 36%

Merrimack ...................................... 07 80 13%

Rockingham ..................................... 08 135 23%

Strafford ...................................... 09 51 9%

Sullivan ....................................... 10 18 3%

 

 

REG

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Rockingham ..................................... 1 ( 1/ 48) 135 23%

Hillsborough ................................... 2 180 30%

Central ........................................ 3 156 26%

West/North ..................................... 4 129 22%

 

 

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INTRO

PRESS 'ENTER' TWICE TO CONTINUE.

Hello, this is $I , from 7NEWS/Suffolk University . I was asked to call back

at this time to conduct a survey. May I speak with <CBN >?

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START

Hello, my name is __________ and I am conducting a survey for 7NEWS/Suffolk

University and I would like to get your opinions on some political questions.

This weekend we are calling all New Hampshire households statewide. Would you

be willing to spend a few minutes answering some questions? (..or someone in

that household)

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GEND

RECORD GENDER

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Male ........................................... 1 ( 1/ 86) 296 49%

Female ......................................... 2 304 51%

 

 

S2

S2. Thank You. How likely are you to vote in the New Hampshire Primary in

January?

N= 600 100%

Very likely .................................... 1 ( 1/ 87) 551 92%

Somewhat likely ................................ 2 49 8%

Not very likey ................................. 3 0 0%

Not at all likely .............................. 4 0 0%

Other/Dk/RF .................................... 5 0 0%

 

 

INT21

Thank you for your time.

N= 0 0%

Term S2 - Voting ............................... 21 ( 1/ 88) 0 0%

 

 

S3

S3. At this point, which Primary will you vote in - Democratic or Republican?

N= 600 100%

Democratic ..................................... 1 ( 1/ 90) 300 50%

Republican ..................................... 2 300 50%

Other .......................................... 3 0 0%

Undecided ...................................... 4 0 0%

Refused ........................................ 5 0 0%

 

 

INT22

Thank you for your time.

N= 0 0%

Term S2 - Party ................................ 22 ( 1/ 91) 0 0%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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DEMQ

N= 300 100%

Belknap ........................................ 01 ( 1/ 93) 12 4%

Carroll ........................................ 02 9 3%

Cheshire ....................................... 03 18 6%

Coos ........................................... 04 9 3%

Grafton ........................................ 05 18 6%

Hillsborough ................................... 06 93 31%

Merrimack ...................................... 07 36 12%

Rockingham ..................................... 08 66 22%

Strafford ...................................... 09 30 10%

Sullivan ....................................... 10 9 3%

 

 

DEMR

N= 300 100%

Rockingham ..................................... 1 ( 1/ 95) 66 22%

Hillsborough ................................... 2 93 31%

Central ........................................ 3 78 26%

West/North ..................................... 4 63 21%

 

 

REPQ

N= 300 100%

Belknap ........................................ 01 ( 1/ 96) 18 3%

Carroll ........................................ 02 15 3%

Cheshire ....................................... 03 15 3%

Coos ........................................... 04 9 2%

Grafton ........................................ 05 18 3%

Hillsborough ................................... 06 87 15%

Merrimack ...................................... 07 39 7%

Rockingham ..................................... 08 69 12%

Strafford ...................................... 09 21 4%

Sullivan ....................................... 10 9 2%

 

 

REPR

N= 300 100%

Rockingham ..................................... 1 ( 1/ 98) 69 12%

Hillsborough ................................... 2 87 15%

Central ........................................ 3 78 13%

West/North ..................................... 4 66 11%

 

 

Q1

Q1. And are you currently registered to vote as a Democrat, Republican,

Independent/Undeclared, not registered, or something else?

N= 600 100%

Democrat ....................................... 1 ( 1/ 99) 172 29%

Republican ..................................... 2 205 34%

Independent/Undeclared ......................... 3 208 35%

Other .......................................... 4 1 0%

Not registered yet ............................. 5 14 2%

Refused ........................................ 6 0 0%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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CHECK

I just want to be sure. You said you are voting in the<S3 >Primary even though

you are registered as a<Q1 >- is that correct? Thank you.

N= 16 100%

Correct ........................................ 1 ( 1/100) 16 100%

Incorrect - fix S3 or Q1 ....................... 2 0 0%

 

 

PRE2

Great, I am going to read you a list of individuals in state and national

politics. For each, please tell me if your opinion of them is generally

favorable or generally unfavorable. If you are undecided or if you have never

heard of someone, just tell me that.

N= 300 100%

Continue ....................................... 1 ( 1/101) 300 100%

 

 

Q2

First, take Jean Shaheen.

 

Q2. Is your opinion of Jean Shaheen generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/102) 22 7%

Favorable ...................................... 2 208 69%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 30 10%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 40 13%

 

 

Q3

Q3. Is your opinion of John Edwards generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/103) 6 2%

Favorable ...................................... 2 195 65%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 67 22%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 32 11%

 

 

Q4

Q4. Is your opinion of Bill Richardson generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/104) 17 6%

Favorable ...................................... 2 153 51%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 50 17%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 80 27%

 

 

Q5

Q5. Is your opinion of Hillary Clinton generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/105) 0 0%

Favorable ...................................... 2 204 68%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 63 21%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 33 11%

 

 

 

 


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Q6

Q6. Is your opinion of Joe Biden generally favorable or generally unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/106) 29 10%

Favorable ...................................... 2 133 44%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 78 26%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 60 20%

 

 

Q7

Q7. Is your opinion of Dennis Kucinich (Coo-SIN-Itch) generally favorable or

generally unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/107) 39 13%

Favorable ...................................... 2 91 30%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 92 31%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 78 26%

 

 

Q8

Q8. Is your opinion of Barack Obama (Bah-RAHK, Oh-BAH-Mah) generally favorable

or generally unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/108) 1 0%

Favorable ...................................... 2 211 70%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 47 16%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 41 14%

 

 

Q9

Q9. Is your opinion of Chris Dodd generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/109) 36 12%

Favorable ...................................... 2 99 33%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 70 23%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 95 32%

 

 

Q10

Q10. Is your opinion of Mike Gravel (GRAY-Vel) generally favorable or

generally unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/110) 100 33%

Favorable ...................................... 2 27 9%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 64 21%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 109 36%

 

 

PRE11

Great, I am going to read you a list of individuals in state and national

politics. For each, please tell me if your opinion of them is generally

favorable or generally unfavorable. If you are undecided or if you have never

heard of someone, just tell me that.

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Continue ....................................... 1 ( 1/111) 300 100%

 

 

 

 

 


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Q11

First, take John Sununu (Suh-NOO-Noo)

 

Q11. Is your opinion of John Sununu generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/112) 8 3%

Favorable ...................................... 2 194 65%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 48 16%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 50 17%

 

 

Q12

Q12. Is your opinion of Rudy Giuliani generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/113) 2 1%

Favorable ...................................... 2 178 59%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 82 27%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 38 13%

 

 

Q13

Q13. Is your opinion of John McCain generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/114) 1 0%

Favorable ...................................... 2 195 65%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 73 24%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 31 10%

 

 

Q14

Q14. Is your opinion of Mitt Romney generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/115) 3 1%

Favorable ...................................... 2 213 71%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 51 17%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 33 11%

 

 

Q15

Q15. Is your opinion of Fred Thompson generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/116) 16 5%

Favorable ...................................... 2 82 27%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 117 39%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 85 28%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Q16

Q16. Is your opinion of Mike Huckabee generally favorable or generally

unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/117) 21 7%

Favorable ...................................... 2 103 34%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 79 26%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 97 32%

 

 

Q17

Q17. Is your opinion of Ron Paul generally favorable or generally unfavorable?

N= 300 100%

Never heard of ................................. 1 ( 1/118) 15 5%

Favorable ...................................... 2 78 26%

Unfavorable .................................... 3 123 41%

Heard of/Undecided ............................. 4 84 28%

 

 

Q18

Q18. There are 22 Democratic candidates for President listed on your New

Hampshire Primary ballot. Of these, the major eight candidates listed

alphabetically on your ballot, are: (READ LIST).

For whom will you vote or toward whom would you LEAN at this time?

N= 300 100%

Joe Biden (BY-Den) ............................. 01 ( 1/119) 7 2%

Hillary Clinton ................................ 02 101 34%

Christopher Dodd ............................... 03 4 1%

John Edwards ................................... 04 46 15%

Mike Gravel (GRAY-Vel) ......................... 05 0 0%

Dennis Kucinich (Coo-SIN-Itch) ................. 06 10 3%

Barack Obama (Bah-RAHK, Oh-BAH-Mah) ............ 07 67 22%

Bill Richardson ................................ 08 26 9%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 09 37 12%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 10 2 1%

 

 

Q19

Q19. Now, how likely are you to change your mind about your choice before the

January Primary?

N= 300 100%

Its very likely I'll change my mind before ..... 1 ( 1/121) 30 10%

January

 

Its somewhat likely that I'll change my mind ... 2 108 36%

before January

 

Its unlikely I'll change my mind before January 3 145 48%

 

 

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 4 17 6%

 

 

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 5 0 0%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Q20

Q20. There are 21 Republican candidates for President listed on your New

Hampshire Primary ballot. Of these, the major nine candidates listed

alphabetically on your ballot, are: (READ LIST).

For whom will you vote or toward whom would you LEAN at this time?

N= 300 100%

Rudy Giuliani (Julie-AH-Knee) .................. 01 ( 1/122) 59 20%

Mike Huckabee .................................. 02 20 7%

Duncan Hunter .................................. 03 3 1%

Alan Keyes ..................................... 04 2 1%

John McCain .................................... 05 38 13%

Ron Paul ....................................... 06 24 8%

Mitt Romney .................................... 07 103 34%

Tom Tancredo (Tan-KREE-Doe) .................... 08 0 0%

Fred Thompson .................................. 09 6 2%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 10 41 14%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 11 4 1%

 

 

Q21

Q21. Now, how likely are you to change your mind about your choice before the

January Primary?

N= 300 100%

Its very likely I'll change my mind before ..... 1 ( 1/124) 34 11%

January

 

Its somewhat likely that I'll change my mind ... 2 117 39%

before January

 

Its unlikely I'll change my mind before January 3 130 43%

 

 

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 4 19 6%

 

 

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 5 0 0%

 

 

 

 

Q22

Q22. If George Bush endorsed a candidate, would that make you more likely or

less likely to vote for that candidate?

N= 300 100%

More likely .................................... 1 ( 1/125) 68 23%

Less likely .................................... 2 90 30%

No difference (DO NOT READ) .................... 3 130 43%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 4 12 4%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 5 0 0%

 

 

Q23

Q23. Do you think Barack Obama is experienced enough to be President?

N= 300 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/126) 148 49%

No ............................................. 2 108 36%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 43 14%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 1 0%

 

 

 


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Q24

Q24. Do you think an African-American candidate can be elected President in

2008?

N= 300 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/127) 243 81%

No ............................................. 2 25 8%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 31 10%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 1 0%

 

 

Q25

Q25. Do you believe Hillary Clinton says what she is really thinking?

N= 300 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/128) 145 48%

No ............................................. 2 91 30%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 64 21%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 0 0%

 

 

Q26

Q26. Is Bill Clinton an asset or a liability for Hillary Clinton?

N= 300 100%

Asset .......................................... 1 ( 1/129) 242 81%

Liability ...................................... 2 37 12%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 21 7%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 0 0%

 

 

Q27

Q27. Which Presidential candidate would you trust most to drive your children

to school?

N= 300 100%

Joe Biden (BY-Den) ............................. 01 ( 1/130) 7 2%

Hillary Clinton ................................ 02 70 23%

Christopher Dodd ............................... 03 12 4%

John Edwards ................................... 04 64 21%

Mike Gravel (GRAY-Vel) ......................... 05 0 0%

Dennis Kucinich (Coo-SIN-Itch) ................. 06 10 3%

Barack Obama (Bah-RAHK, Oh-BAH-Mah) ............ 07 56 19%

Bill Richardson ................................ 08 23 8%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 09 46 15%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 10 12 4%

 

 

Q28

Q28. Of the candidates, who would be the strongest running mate? (Vice

Presidential Choice)

N= 300 100%

Joe Biden (BY-Den) ............................. 01 ( 1/132) 23 8%

Hillary Clinton ................................ 02 28 9%

Christopher Dodd ............................... 03 6 2%

John Edwards ................................... 04 57 19%

Mike Gravel (GRAY-Vel) ......................... 05 2 1%

Dennis Kucinich (Coo-SIN-Itch) ................. 06 3 1%

Barack Obama (Bah-RAHK, Oh-BAH-Mah) ............ 07 81 27%

Bill Richardson ................................ 08 34 11%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 09 63 21%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 10 3 1%

 

 

 


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Q29

Q29. Regardless of who you personally support, who do you believe will be the

next President of the United States?

N= 300 100%

Hillary Clinton ................................ 01 ( 1/134) 139 46%

Barack Obama ................................... 02 31 10%

John Edwards ................................... 03 16 5%

Mitt Romney .................................... 04 9 3%

Rudy Giuliani .................................. 05 11 4%

John McCain .................................... 06 3 1%

Mike Huckabee .................................. 07 2 1%

Bill Richardson ................................ 08 0 0%

Fred Thompson .................................. 09 0 0%

Ron Paul ....................................... 10 1 0%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 11 88 29%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 12 0 0%

 

 

Q30

Q30. Is Mitt Romney a flip-flopper?

N= 300 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/136) 62 21%

No ............................................. 2 170 57%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 61 20%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 7 2%

 

 

Q31

Q31. Does Mitt Romney's Mormon faith make you more or less likely to vote for

him?

N= 300 100%

More likely .................................... 1 ( 1/137) 27 9%

Less likely .................................... 2 39 13%

No difference (DO NOT READ) .................... 3 214 71%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 4 14 5%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 5 6 2%

 

 

Q32

Q32. Is Rudy Giuliani too liberal to win the Republican nomination?

N= 300 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/138) 99 33%

No ............................................. 2 171 57%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 29 10%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 1 0%

 

 

Q33

Q33. Is Rudy Giuliani trustworthy?

N= 300 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/139) 208 69%

No ............................................. 2 54 18%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 38 13%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 0 0%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Q34

Q34. Which Presidential candidate would you trust most to drive your children

to school?

N= 300 100%

Rudy Giuliani (Julie-AH-Knee) .................. 01 ( 1/140) 21 7%

Mike Huckabee .................................. 02 28 9%

Duncan Hunter .................................. 03 2 1%

Alan Keyes ..................................... 04 4 1%

John McCain .................................... 05 52 17%

Ron Paul ....................................... 06 14 5%

Mitt Romney .................................... 07 75 25%

Tom Tancredo (Tan-KREE-Doe) .................... 08 0 0%

Fred Thompson .................................. 09 14 5%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 10 71 24%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 11 19 6%

 

 

Q35

Q35. Of the Republican candidates, who would be the strongest running mate? (

Vice Presidential Choice)

N= 300 100%

Rudy Giuliani (Julie-AH-Knee) .................. 01 ( 1/142) 53 18%

Mike Huckabee .................................. 02 41 14%

Duncan Hunter .................................. 03 2 1%

Alan Keyes ..................................... 04 2 1%

John McCain .................................... 05 63 21%

Ron Paul ....................................... 06 8 3%

Mitt Romney .................................... 07 37 12%

Tom Tancredo (Tan-KREE-Doe) .................... 08 7 2%

Fred Thompson .................................. 09 14 5%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 10 70 23%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 11 3 1%

 

 

Q36

Q36. Regardless of who you personally support, who do you believe will be the

next President of the United States?

N= 300 100%

Hillary Clinton ................................ 01 ( 1/144) 49 16%

Barack Obama ................................... 02 14 5%

John Edwards ................................... 03 4 1%

Mitt Romney .................................... 04 67 22%

Rudy Giuliani .................................. 05 58 19%

John McCain .................................... 06 3 1%

Mike Huckabee .................................. 07 5 2%

Bill Richardson ................................ 08 1 0%

Fred Thompson .................................. 09 5 2%

Ron Paul ....................................... 10 12 4%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 11 74 25%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 12 8 3%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Q37

Q37. Which candidate would bring the most change to the White House?

N= 600 100%

Hillary Clinton ................................ 01 ( 1/146) 121 20%

Barack Obama ................................... 02 131 22%

John Edwards ................................... 03 35 6%

Mitt Romney .................................... 04 61 10%

Rudy Giuliani .................................. 05 48 8%

John McCain .................................... 06 12 2%

Mike Huckabee .................................. 07 13 2%

Bill Richardson ................................ 08 24 4%

Fred Thompson .................................. 09 8 1%

Ron Paul ....................................... 10 44 7%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 11 99 17%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 12 4 1%

 

 

Q38

Q38. Which is more important: a candidate that agrees with most of your

positions or a candidate that can win the White House? {CHOOSE ONE}

N= 600 100%

Voting for a candidate that agrees with most of 1 ( 1/148) 374 62%

my positions

 

Voting for a candidate that can win the White .. 2 161 27%

House

 

Undecided ...................................... 3 65 11%

 

 

Refused ........................................ 4 0 0%

 

 

 

 

Q39

Q39. Of the following national issues, which is the most important to you?

N= 600 100%

Healthcare ..................................... 01 ( 1/149) 106 18%

 

 

Education ...................................... 02 44 7%

 

 

Environment/Global warming ..................... 03 25 4%

 

 

Iraq War ....................................... 04 129 22%

 

 

National defense ............................... 05 58 10%

 

 

Economy/Jobs ................................... 06 97 16%

 

 

National deficit/National debt ................. 07 28 5%

 

 

 

 


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Restoring America's credibility abroad ......... 08 52 9%

 

 

Solving the Subprime Mortgage and Home ......... 09 7 1%

Foreclosure crisis

 

Undecided/Refused .............................. 10 54 9%

 

 

 

 

Q40

Q40. Is Iran a threat that can be managed through diplomacy, a threat

requiring immediate intervention, or not a threat at all?

N= 600 100%

Managed through diplomacy ...................... 1 ( 1/151) 370 62%

A threat requiring immediate intervention ...... 2 122 20%

Not a threat at all ............................ 3 55 9%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 4 50 8%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 5 3 1%

 

 

Q41

Q41. Do you support proposals to allow undocumented immigrants to receive

driver's licenses?

N= 600 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/152) 88 15%

No ............................................. 2 475 79%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 35 6%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 2 0%

 

 

Q42

Q42. Should Congress repeal the law prohibiting a President from appointing

family members to his/her Cabinet?

N= 600 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/153) 200 33%

No ............................................. 2 324 54%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 71 12%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 5 1%

 

 

Q43

Q43. If you had the money, would you purchase a hybrid car?

N= 600 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/154) 437 73%

No ............................................. 2 122 20%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 39 7%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 2 0%

 

 

Q44

Q44. Do you think New Hampshire will still have the first Presidential Primary

in 2012?

N= 600 100%

Yes ............................................ 1 ( 1/155) 456 76%

No ............................................. 2 75 13%

Undecided (DO NOT READ) ........................ 3 63 11%

Refused (DO NOT READ) .......................... 4 6 1%

 

 

 


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DEMOS

[THE FINAL QUESTIONS WILL HELP US CLASSIFY YOUR RESPONSES WITH OTHERS TAKING

THE SURVEY]

N= 600 100%

Continue ....................................... 1 ( 1/156) 600 100%

 

 

Q45

Q45. What is your age category? (READ LIST)

N= 600 100%

18-25 .......................................... 1 ( 1/157) 20 3%

26-35 .......................................... 2 37 6%

36-45 .......................................... 3 116 19%

46-55 .......................................... 4 156 26%

56-65 .......................................... 5 121 20%

Over 65 years .................................. 6 141 24%

Refused ........................................ 7 9 2%

 

 

Q46

Q46. Are you...

READ LIST

N= 600 100%

White (Caucasian) .............................. 1 ( 1/158) 570 95%

Black (African American) ....................... 2 0 0%

Asian .......................................... 3 3 1%

Hispanic ....................................... 4 1 0%

Other .......................................... 5 15 3%

Refused ........................................ 6 11 2%

 

 

THANK

Thank you very much for your time. Have a nice day/evening.

N= 600 100%

END ............................................ 1 ( 1/159) 600 100%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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INT

 

 

RECORD CALL RESULT

N= 600 100%

NO ANSWER/ANSWERING MACHINE .................... 01 ( 1/160) 0 0%

BUSY ........................................... 02 0 0%

CALLBACK - HAS NOT STARTED SURVEY .............. 03 0 0%

CALLBACK TO COMPLETE - HAS STARTED SURVEY ...... 04 0 0%

COMPLETE ....................................... 10 600 100%

INITIAL REFUSAL ................................ 11 0 0%

DISCONNECTED ................................... 12 0 0%

BUSINESS NUMBER ................................ 13 0 0%

NEW/CHANGED NUMBER ............................. 14 0 0%

COMPUTER TONE .................................. 15 0 0%

LANGUAGE PROBLEMS .............................. 16 0 0%

BREAK-OFF ...................................... 17 0 0%

NO SUCH PERSON ................................. 18 0 0%

BLOCKED NUMBER ................................. 19 0 0%

TERM S2 - Likely to vote ....................... 21 0 0%

TERM S3 - Party ................................ 22 0 0%

over quota ..................................... 51 0 0%

 

 

CB

When would be a good time to call you back?

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CBN

May I have your name please?

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TEL02

ENTER NEW PHONE NUMBER HERE. TYPE THE FULL 10 DIGIT PHONE NUMBER (AREA CODE

AND PHONE NUMBER). THE NUMBER WILL BE PERMANENTLY CHANGED. AFTER ENTERING THE

NEW NUMBER, PRESS ENTER TWICE, AND RECORD THE CALL RESULT.

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BACK

 

GO BACK TO THE INT SCREEN TO PUT IN A CALL RESULT

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