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Oct 2012 Hawaii Poll Tables

Oct 2012 Hawaii Poll Tables

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These tables contained more detailed poll information from the Honolulu Star-Advertiser/Hawaii News Now Hawaii Poll taken in October 2012.
These tables contained more detailed poll information from the Honolulu Star-Advertiser/Hawaii News Now Hawaii Poll taken in October 2012.

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 TABLE OF CONTENTSHONOLULU STAR ADVERTISER/HAWAII NEWS NOW -- :: HAWAI'I POLL OCTOBER 2012 :: TABLESTable 1.......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Ben Cayetano (O'ahu Respondents)Table 2.......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Kirk Caldwell (O'ahu Respondents)Table 3.......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Colleen Hanabusa (Congressional District 1 Respondents)Table 4.......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Charles Djou (Congressional District 1 Respondents)Table 5.......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Tulsi Gabbard (Congressional District 2 Respondents)Table 6.......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Kawika Crowley (Congressional District 2 Respondents)Table 7.......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Former Athletic Director Jim DonovanTable 8.......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- UH President M.R.C. (Marcy) Greenwood Table 9.......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- UH Board of RegentsTable 10......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Mazie HironoTable 11......Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Linda LingleTable 12A/B...Q2. If the General Election for U.S. Senate were held today, who would you vote for:Table 13......Q3. (CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 2 ONLY) Since Mazie Hirono is running for U.S. Senate, her seat in theU.S. House of Representatives will be vacant. If the General Election for the 2nd CongressionalDistrict were held today, who would you vote for:Table 14......Q4. (CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1 ONLY) Now please think about the race for U.S. House ofRepresentatives in the 1st Congressional District. If the General Election were held today and thecandidates were Colleen Hanabusa and Charles Djou, who would you vote for:Table 15......Q5. (O'AHU ONLY) Regarding the mayoral election, what impact will your feelings on rail have onyour vote. Will your feelings on rail have:Table 16A/B...Q6. (O'AHU ONLY) Now please think about the race for Mayor of the City and County of Honolulu. Ifthe General Election for Mayor were held today, and the candidates were Kirk Caldwell and BenCayetano, who would you vote for:
 
 TABLE OF CONTENTSTable 17
......Q8. Do you generally approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
 Table 18
......Q9. Do you generally approve or disapprove of Gov. Neil Abercrombie’s job performance?
Table 19......Q10. Do you have confidence that the University of Hawaii can handle its own affairs well, or doyou believe that more oversight by the State Legislature is needed?Table 20A/B
...Q11. (O'AHU ONLY) Do you think work should proceed on O'ahu’s rail transit system?
 Table 21A/B...Q12a. (O'AHU ONLY) Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagreethat: The rail project will end up costing a lot more than is currently estimated.Table 22A/B...Q12b. (O'AHU ONLY) Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagreethat: The jobs created will boost the economy so much that the cost of the project will be worth it.Table 23A/B...Q12c. (O'AHU ONLY) Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagreethat: The rail system will result in a noticeable reduction in traffic.Table 24A/B...Q12d. (O'AHU ONLY) Do you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagreethat: Something needs to be done about traffic, but an enhanced bus system is a better choice thanrail.Table 25......Q13. Which party do you usually find yourself voting with:Table 26
......Q14. How many years have you lived in Hawai‘i?
 Table 27......Q15. What was your age on your last birthday?Table 28......Q16. What is your ethnic identification?Table 29......Q17. Do you or does anyone in your household belong to a union?Table 30......Q18. And was your household income for 2011, before taxes:Table 31......Q20. Gender.Table 32......Q. Island.
 
Table 1Q1. Favorable or unfavorable opinion -- Ben Cayetano (O
ahu Respondents)===== ========== ============ ======================== ================ ================= ================= ===========TOTAL ISLAND GENDER ETHNICITY AGE HOUSEHOLD INCOME USUALLY VOTE UNION MEMBR===== ========== ============ ======================== ================ ================= ================= ===========Oahu N.I. Male Fe- Cauca Japan Fili Hawai <35 35-54 55+ <$50K $50K- $100K Democ Repub Indep Yes Nomale -sian -ese -pino -ian $99K + ratic lican endent----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -----(A) (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) (H) (I) (J) (K) (L) (M) (N) (O) (P) (Q) (R) (S) (T)Favorable 47% 47% - 50% 44% 46% 41% 56% 53% 40% 41% 53% 48% 42% 50% 46% 50% 45% 41% 50%G K SUnfavorable 48% 48% - 46% 49% 47% 51% 41% 44% 41% 56% 43% 43% 55% 46% 47% 48% 48% 54% 44%L TNever heard *% *% - - *% - - - - - - *% - - 1% *% - - - *%Heard of but don't know 6% 6% - 4% 7% 7% 8% 4% 4% 19% 3% 4% 9% 4% 4% 6% 2% 8% 6% 5%enough KL Q QBASE 552 552 - 257 295 124 139 86 95 75 203 270 154 190 123 332 107 103 185 360MARGIN OF ERROR (±) ±4.2 ±4.2 - ±6.1 ±5.7 ±8.8 ±8.3 ±10.6 ±10.1 ±11.3 ±6.9 ±6.0 ±7.9 ±7.1 ±8.8 ±5.4 ±9.5 ±9.7 ±7.2 ±5.2 Comparison Groups: BC/DE/FGHI/JKL/MNO/PQR/STIndependent T-Test for Means (equal variances), Independent Z-Test for PercentagesUpper case letters indicate significance at the 95% level.Ward Research, Inc. - 6107 :: Star-Advertiser/Hawaii News Now -
Hawai‘i Poll :: Oct 2012 ::
 

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