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Goucher College November 2013 Poll Crosstabs on Marijuana, Marriage Equality & Immigration

Goucher College November 2013 Poll Crosstabs on Marijuana, Marriage Equality & Immigration

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http://www.marylandjuice.com - Goucher College November 2013 poll crosstabs on Marylanders' views on marijuana, marriage equality and immigration reform.
http://www.marylandjuice.com - Goucher College November 2013 poll crosstabs on Marylanders' views on marijuana, marriage equality and immigration reform.

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Mileah Kromer Director, Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center mileah.kromer@goucher.edu Cell: 724-840-0990
 Crosstabs—Legalization of Marijuana
Please refer to release for information concerning sample demographics and survey methodology. Crosstabs do not include “Don’t Know,” “Refused,” or “Other” responses. In general, do you [support or oppose] making the use of marijuana legal in Maryland?
By Gender
Male Female Total Oppose 35 45 40 Support 56 47 51
By Party
Rep Dem Ind/Oth Total Oppose 55 35 33 40 Support 38 57 56 51
By Race
 White Black Other Total Oppose 42 35 46 40 Support 49 57 43 51
 
Crosstabs—Immigration
Please refer to release for information concerning sample demographics and survey methodology. Crosstabs do not include “Don’t Know,” “Refused,” or “Other” responses. Now, thinking more generally about undocumented immigrants in the U.S. I’m going to read you three statements, and I’d like for you to tell me which one comes closest to your opinion. . .
#1 Undocumented immigrants should be allowed to stay in their jobs and to
 
eventually apply for U.S. citizenship. #2 Undocumented immigrants should be allowed to stay in their jobs only as
 
temporary guest workers, but not to apply for U.S. citizenship. #3 Undocumented immigrants should be required to leave their jobs and
 
leave the U.S. By Gender
Male Female Total #1 54 52 53 #2 17 14 15 #3 25 27 26
By Party
Rep Dem Ind/Oth Total #1 31 64 53 53 #2 21 13 13 15 #3 39 20 25 26
By Race
White Black Other Total #1 48 62 57 53 #2 18 12 11 15 #3 27 23 25 26

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