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Western New England University Poll - Mass. Senate Tables (Sept 2012)

Western New England University Poll - Mass. Senate Tables (Sept 2012)

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Western New England University Polling InstituteSeptember 6-13, 2012
TABLES
Next, please tell me if you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of the following people. If you haven't heard of them or don't have an opinion of them, just tell me and we'll move on.Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of (name).
(Names of the Senate candidates wererotated in random order in the survey.)
Favorable – Unfavorable Ratings for Scott Brown
 
Favorable
 
Unfavorable
 
Haven’theard of 
 
No opinion
 
Refused
 
N*
 
Sept. 6-13, 2012
 
Likely voters
 
54%
 
32%
 
2%
 
10%
 
2%
 
444
 
PartyIdentification**
 
Democrat
 
25%
 
60%
 
4%
 
10%
 
0%
 
163
 
Republican
 
91%
 
0%
 
2%
 
3%
 
3%
 
61
 
Independent
 
66%
 
20%
 
1%
 
11%
 
2%
 
217
 
Gender
 
Male
 
63%
 
28%
 
1%
 
7%
 
1%
 
225
 
Female
 
46%
 
35%
 
3%
 
14%
 
2%
 
219
 
Sept. 6-13, 2012
 
Registered voters
 
52%
 
30%
 
4%
 
11%
 
3%
 
545
 
May 29-31, 2012
 
Registered voters
 
49%
 
32%
 
1%
 
16%
 
1%
 
504
 
Feb. 23 –March 1, 2012
 
Registered voters
 
47%
 
28%
 
5%
 
16%
 
3%
 
527
 
Sept. 29 –Oct. 5, 2011
 
Registered voters
 
52%
 
27%
 
5%
 
14%
 
2%
 
475
 
March 6-10, 2011
 
Registered voters
 
53%
 
27%
 
4%
 
15%
 
1%
 
472
 
* Subsamples are unweighted N’s, and consist of likely voters. Row percentages may not sum to100 percent due to rounding.** Party identification was measured with the following question: “In politics today, do youconsider yourself a Democrat, Republican, Independent or something else?”
 
2
Favorable – Unfavorable Ratings for Elizabeth Warren
 
Favorable
 
Unfavorable
 
Haven’theard of 
 
No opinion
 
Refused
 
N*
 
Sept. 6-13, 2012
 
Likely voters
 
53%
 
33%
 
3%
 
10%
 
2%
 
444
 
PartyIdentification
 
Democrat
 
82%
 
6%
 
3%
 
9%
 
0%
 
163
 
Republican
 
15%
 
71%
 
2%
 
11%
 
1%
 
61
 
Independent
 
43%
 
41%
 
3%
 
10%
 
3%
 
217
 
Gender
 
Male
 
49%
 
40%
 
3%
 
7%
 
1%
 
225
 
Female
 
56%
 
26%
 
3%
 
13%
 
3%
 
219
 
Sept. 6-13, 2012
 
Registered voters
 
54%
 
28%
 
5%
 
11%
 
3%
 
545
 
May 29-31, 2012
 
Registered voters
 
41%
 
30%
 
6%
 
21%
 
2%
 
504
 
Feb. 23 –March 1, 2012
 
Registered voters
 
37%
 
20%
 
17%
 
19%
 
7%
 
527
 
Sept. 29 –Oct. 5, 2011
 
Registered voters
 
33%
 
16%
 
30%
 
16%
 
5%
 
475
 
March 6-10, 2011
 
Registered voters
 
17%
 
3%
 
59%
 
18%
 
3%
 
472
 
* Subsamples are unweighted N’s, and consist of likely voters. Row percentages may not sum to100 percent due to rounding.
 
3
Do you approve or disapprove of the way Scott Brown is handling his job as United Statessenator?Job Approval – Scott Brown
 
Approve
 
Disapprove
 
Don’t know/ Refused
 
N*
 
Sept. 6-13, 2012
 
Likely voters
 
57%
 
30%
 
12%
 
444
 
Party Identification
 
Democrat
 
30%
 
58%
 
12%
 
163
 
Republican
 
92%
 
3%
 
6%
 
61
 
Independent
 
67%
 
18%
 
15%
 
217
 
Gender
 
Male
 
62%
 
28%
 
10%
 
225
 
Female
 
53%
 
33%
 
14%
 
219
 
Age
 
18-29
 
**
 
**
 
**
 
**
 
30-49
 
57%
 
31%
 
12%
 
121
 
50-64
 
63%
 
24%
 
12%
 
157
 
65 and older
 
55%
 
36%
 
9%
 
140
 
Education
 
High school or less
 
68%
 
25%
 
7%
 
89
 
Some college
 
58%
 
26%
 
17%
 
108
 
College graduate
 
54%
 
34%
 
12%
 
246
 
Region
 
Western MA
 
48%
 
26%
 
26%
 
82
 
Central MA
 
66%
 
27%
 
7%
 
55
 
North / South Shore
 
62%
 
33%
 
5%
 
136
 
Boston and suburbs
 
55%
 
30%
 
15%
 
171
 
Sept. 6-13, 2012
 
Registered voters
 
55%
 
28%
 
17%
 
545
 
May 29-31, 2012
 
Registered voters
 
51%
 
32%
 
17%
 
504
 
Feb. 23 –March 1, 2012
 
Registered voters
 
54%
 
28%
 
19%
 
527
 
Sept. 29 – Oct. 5,2011
 
Registered voters
 
54%
 
30%
 
17%
 
475
 
March 6-10, 2011
 
Registered voters
 
57%
 
24%
 
19%
 
472
 
* Subsamples are unweighted N’s, and consist of likely voters. Row percentages may not sum to100 percent due to rounding.** Subgroup contains fewer than 40 respondents.

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