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Better Georgia statewide poll of registered voters in GA.

Better Georgia statewide poll of registered voters in GA.

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Published by BJHarrelson
Conducted Jan. 24-28, 2013, by 20/20 Insight, LLC. (1,290 Likely Voters -- 2.7% Margin of Error = RV)
Gov. Nathan Deal -- With less than two years before he will stand for re-election Gov. Nathan Deal finds himself on shaky ground with voters. His approval rating has slumped to 46 percent and only 32 percent of registered voters believe that Georgia is headed in the right direction, compared with a majority, 52 percent, who believe we're headed down the wrong track.

When asked to think ahead to the next general election for governor in 2014, only 29 percent would vote to re-elect Nathan Deal while 41 percent would prefer "someone else." The news doesn't get any better for Gov. Deal when looking at his chances in his party's primary race. Among likely Republican primary voters, 42 percent are uncertain as to who they'll vote for, 35 percent want someone more conservative while only 24 percent of the governor's party members are looking forward to supporting him....

Medicaid Expansion -- Georgia and other states are considering whether to accept more federal funds for Medicaid, as allocated through the Affordable Care Act. The money would insure more Georgians, put hundreds of millions of dollars in our economy, create or save thousands of jobs and possibly prevent rural hospitals from closing. Along with other conservative GOP governors, Gov. Deal has rejected Medicaid expansion. When asked, 61 percent of registered voters support expanding the program and only 18 percent oppose....
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http://bettergeorgia.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/BG-Statewide-Poll-2013-Q1-Toplines.pdf
Conducted Jan. 24-28, 2013, by 20/20 Insight, LLC. (1,290 Likely Voters -- 2.7% Margin of Error = RV)
Gov. Nathan Deal -- With less than two years before he will stand for re-election Gov. Nathan Deal finds himself on shaky ground with voters. His approval rating has slumped to 46 percent and only 32 percent of registered voters believe that Georgia is headed in the right direction, compared with a majority, 52 percent, who believe we're headed down the wrong track.

When asked to think ahead to the next general election for governor in 2014, only 29 percent would vote to re-elect Nathan Deal while 41 percent would prefer "someone else." The news doesn't get any better for Gov. Deal when looking at his chances in his party's primary race. Among likely Republican primary voters, 42 percent are uncertain as to who they'll vote for, 35 percent want someone more conservative while only 24 percent of the governor's party members are looking forward to supporting him....

Medicaid Expansion -- Georgia and other states are considering whether to accept more federal funds for Medicaid, as allocated through the Affordable Care Act. The money would insure more Georgians, put hundreds of millions of dollars in our economy, create or save thousands of jobs and possibly prevent rural hospitals from closing. Along with other conservative GOP governors, Gov. Deal has rejected Medicaid expansion. When asked, 61 percent of registered voters support expanding the program and only 18 percent oppose....
Original Source --
http://bettergeorgia.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/BG-Statewide-Poll-2013-Q1-Toplines.pdf

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BETTERGEORGIA.COM
Survey'of'Georgia'Registered'VotersConducted'by'20/20'Insight,'LLCJanuary'24@28,'20131,290'Likely'Voters'(2.7%'Margin'of'Error)'='RVQ1
Direction)of…
  R  i  g   h  t)  D  i  r e c  t  i o  n  W  r o  n  g )  T  r  a c  k  N o  t)  S  u  r e  R  i  g   h  t) 6)  W  r o  n  g 
A
Nation
RV
33 4 3 632
B
State)of)Georgia
RV
32 52 1620
C
Your)Local)Area
RV
352 12 61
Q2RV
39 Democratic)Candidate4Republican)Candidate12 Not)Certain3 Not)Sure67 Democratic)6)Republican)marginGeneric)State)Ballot
 
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Survey'of'Georgia'Registered'VotersConducted'by'20/20'Insight,'LLCJanuary'24@28,'20131,290'Likely'Voters'(2.7%'Margin'of'Error)'='RVQ3
Now)I)am)going)to)read)you)the)names)of)a)few)people)and)things.))For)each)one,)I)will)ask)you)to)rate)them)on)a)scale)of)1)to)5,)just)like)how)restaurants)are)reviewed)in)the)newspaper,)with)1)being)the)worst)rating)and)5)being)the)best.))If)you)have)heard)of)the)person)or)thing,)but)have)no)opinion,)that's)fine,)and)if)you)haven't)heard)of)them)that)is)fine)too.
  1)  (   W o  r  s  t    2 3 4 5)  (   B e  s  t    C  a  n  '  t)  R  a  t e  N o  t)  H e  a  r d  T e  m  p e  r  a  t  u  r e  T o  t  a  l)  R  a  t e  T o  t  a  l)  H e  a  r d
A
Barack)Obama
RV
47 3 7 35 0 2 44 98 98
B
Hillary)Clinton
RV
33 10 9 11 32 2 2 50 95 98
C
Nathan)Deal
RV
18 14 214 11 5 11 484 89
D
Saxby)Chambliss
RV
19 11 23 17 13 8 9 48 82 91
E
Johnny)Isakson
RV
114 113 15 10 149 74 84
F
Ga)State)Legislature
RV
15 18 31 11  11 9 42 80 91
G
Casey)Cagle
RV
1 9 21 9 5 13 27 41 0 73
H
Sam)Olens
RV
9 4 4 8 3 44 29 37
I
Jimmy)Carter
RV
33 8 11 12 29 2 5 49 93 95
 
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Survey'of'Georgia'Registered'VotersConducted'by'20/20'Insight,'LLCJanuary'24@28,'20131,290'Likely'Voters'(2.7%'Margin'of'Error)'='RVQ4
Now)think)ahead)to)the)next)general)election)for)Governor)in)2014.)If)the)candidates)are)Nathan)Deal,)the)incumbent)Republican,)or)Someone)Else,)how)will)you)vote?)
  N  a  t  h  a  n)  D e  a  l  C  h  a  l  l e  n  g  e  r  N o  t)  C e  r  t  a  i  n  C  h  a  l  l e  n  g  e  r) 6)  D e  a  l
vs)"Someone)Else"
RV
29 41 31 12
Q5RV
24 Nathan)Deal35 Other)Conservative)Candidate42 Not)Certain611 Deal)6)Other)ConservativeNow)think)ahead)to)next)year's)Republican)primary)election)for)Governor.)If)another)qualified)Republican)candidate)runs)in)the)Republican)primary)against)Governor)Nathan)Deal,)and)the)other)candidate)says)he)will)be)more)conservative)than)Governor)Deal,)would)you)vote)for)the)other)candidate,)or)for)Governor)Deal?

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