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The Wall Street Journal_NBC New York_Marist Poll NYC Tables June 26, 2013

The Wall Street Journal_NBC New York_Marist Poll NYC Tables June 26, 2013

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The Wall Street Journal_NBC New York_Marist Poll NYC Tables June 26, 2013
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How the Survey was ConductedNature of the Sample: WSJ/NBC NY/Marist Poll of 1,421 New York City Adults
 This survey of 1,421 New York City adults was conducted June 17
th
through June 21
st
, 2013. Adults 18years of age and older residing in New York City were interviewed by telephone. Telephone numberswere selected based upon a list of telephone exchanges from throughout the city. The exchanges wereselected to ensure that each borough was represented in proportion to its population. To increasecoverage, this landline sample was supplemented by respondents reached through random dialing of cell phone numbers. The samples were then combined and balanced to reflect the 2010 Census resultsfor age, gender, income, race, and borough. Results for adults are statistically significant within ±2.6percentage points. There are 1,118 registered voters. Results for this subset are statistically significantwithin ±2.9 percentage points. There are 689 Democrats and 123 Republicans. The results for thesesubsets are statistically significant within ±3.7 percentage points for Democrats and ±8.8 percentagepoints for Republicans. There are 361 likely Democratic voters defined by a probability turnout model. This model determines the likelihood respondents will vote in the 2013 Democratic Primary for mayorbased upon their chance of vote, interest in the election, and past primary participation. The results forthis subset are statistically significant within ±5.2 percentage points. The error margin increases forcross-tabulations.
WSJ/NBC NY/Marist Poll June 20131
 
 NYC AdultsNYC Registered VotersCol %Col %100%79%100%Democrat66%66%Republican12%12%Independent21%21%Other1%1%Liberal38%38%Moderate40%40%Conservative23%23%Bronx16%16%Brooklyn30%28%Manhattan21%22%Queens28%28%Staten Island5%5%Less than $50,00050%48%$50,000 or more50%52%White37%39%African American22%22%Latino27%26%Asian13%12%Other2%2%18 to 2924%19%30 to 4429%28%45 to 5922%25%60 or older24%28%Under 4554%48%45 or older46%52%Protestant24%25%Catholic36%37%Jewish13%13%Other9%8% No Religion18%17% Not college graduate54%53%College graduate46%47%Yes25%27% No74%72%Men47%47%Women53%53%Landline72%74%Cell Phone28%26% NYC Adults NYC Registered VotersParty RegistrationPolitical Ideology NYC BoroughIncomeRaceGender Interview TypeAgeAgeReligionEducationUnion Household 
Nature of the Sample - New York City
WSJ/NBC NY/Marist Poll NYC Adults: Interviews conducted June 17th through June 21st, 2013, n=1421 MOE +/- 2.6 percentage points. NYC Registered Voters: N=1118 MOE +/- 2.9 percentage points. Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.
WSJ/NBC NY/Marist Poll June 20132
 
 NYC Democrats NYC Democratic PrimaryLikely VotersCol %Col %100%52%100%Liberal42%44%Moderate42%41%Conservative17%15%White Liberal16%19%Bronx18%15%Brooklyn27%30%Manhattan23%28%Queens28%23%Staten Island4%3%Less than $50,00049%46%$50,000 or more51%54%White34%39%African American28%29%Latino27%23%Asian10%8%Other1%1%18 to 2915%10%30 to 4429%28%45 to 5925%27%60 or older31%36%Under 4544%38%45 or older56%62%Protestant30%31%Catholic34%32%Jewish12%14%Other9%6% No Religion15%17%White Catholic11%11% Not college graduate53%49%College graduate47%51%Yes28%29% No71%70%Men43%43%Women57%57%Landline76%79%Cell Phone24%21%EducationUnion Household Gender Interview TypeWSJ/NBC NY/Marist Poll NYC Registered Democrats: Interviews conducted June 17th through June 21st, 2013, n=689 MOE +/- 3.7 percentage points. NYC Democratic Primary Likely Voters: n=361 MOE +/- 5.2 percentage points. Totals may not add to 100% due torounding.IncomeRaceAgeAgeReligion
Nature of the Sample - New York City
 NYC DemocratsPolitical Ideology NYC Borough NYC Democratic Primary Likely Voters
WSJ/NBC NY/Marist Poll June 20133

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