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NBC4 WAMU Washington Informer Marist Poll Annotated Questionnaire February

NBC4 WAMU Washington Informer Marist Poll Annotated Questionnaire February

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NBC4/WAMU/Washington Informer/Marist Poll: District of Columbia February 2014; Page 1
Screener Have I reached you on your cell phone or on your regular home phone?
 DEMOCRATSFebruary 2014Regular home phone71Cell29Total100 REGISTERED VOTERSFebruary 2014Regular home phone68Cell32Total100 RESIDENTSFebruary 2014Regular home phone63Cell37Total100
Are you registered to vote at your current address in the District of Columbia?*
 RESIDENTSFebruary 2014Yes88No12Total100
Do you approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as president?
 DEMOCRATSFebruary 2014 Approve93Disapprove4Unsure2Total100 REGISTERED VOTERSFebruary 2014 Approve87Disapprove10Unsure3Total100 RESIDENTSFebruary 2014 Approve85Disapprove11Unsure4Total100
February 2014: DC Democrats: n=738, MOE +/- 3.6%; Registered voters: n=998, MOE +/- 3.1%; Residents: n=1138, MOE +/- 2.9%NBC4/WAMU/Washington Informer/Marist PollFebruary 2014District of Columbia Questionnaire<Marist Poll Introduction> Are you 18 years of age or older? Do you consider your permanent home address to be in the District of Columbia?HH SELECTION – LANDLINE FRAME ONLYGENDER GUESSFebruary 2014: Residents: n=1138, MOE +/- 2.9%February 2014: DC Democrats: n=738, MOE +/- 3.6%; Registered voters: n=998, MOE +/- 3.1%; Residents: n=1138, MOE +/- 2.9%
* DC registered voters include those already registered to vote and those who are almost certain or will probably register for the April 1st primary.
 
NBC4/WAMU/Washington Informer/Marist Poll: District of Columbia February 2014; Page 2
 DEMOCRATSFebruary 2014Right direction74Wrong track22Unsure4Total100 REGISTERED VOTERSFebruary 2014Right direction71Wrong track25Unsure5Total100 RESIDENTSFebruary 2014Right direction71Wrong track24Unsure5Total100 DEMOCRAT LIKELY VOTERSFebruary 2014Vincent Gray28Muriel Bowser 20Jack Evans13Tommy Wells12 Andy Shallal6Vincent Orange4Reta Lewis3Carlos Allen<1Other1Undecided12Total100 DEMOCRATSFebruary 2014Vincent Gray29Muriel Bowser 20Jack Evans12Tommy Wells11 Andy Shallal6Reta Lewis4Vincent Orange4Carlos Allen1Other1Undecided13Total100
If April’s Democratic primary for mayor of the District were held today, whom would you support if the candidates are:All in all, do you think things in the District are generally headed in the right direction, or do you feel things are off on the wrong track?February 2014: DC Democrat likely voters: n=416, MOE +/- 4.8%; DC Democrats: n=738, MOE +/- 3.6%February 2014: DC Democrats: n=738, MOE +/- 3.6%; Registered voters: n=998, MOE +/- 3.1%; Residents: n=1138, MOE +/- 2.9%
 
NBC4/WAMU/Washington Informer/Marist Poll: District of Columbia February 2014; Page 3
 DEMOCRAT LIKELY VOTERSFebruary 2014Strongly support44Somewhat support36Might vote differently19Unsure1Total100 DEMOCRATSFebruary 2014Strongly support42Somewhat support35Might vote differently21Unsure1Total100 DEMOCRAT LIKELY VOTERSFebruary 2014Muriel Bowser 21Jack Evans18Vincent Gray12Tommy Wells12Vincent Orange9 Andy Shallal7Reta Lewis4Carlos Allen1Other1Undecided15Total100 DEMOCRATSFebruary 2014Muriel Bowser 20Jack Evans17Vincent Gray13Tommy Wells13Vincent Orange10 Andy Shallal7Reta Lewis5Carlos Allen1Other1Undecided14Total100
February 2014: DC Democrat likely voters with a candidate preference: n=362, MOE +/- 5.2%; DC Democrat voters with a candidate preference: n=584, MOE +/- 4.1%February 2014: DC Democrat likely voters with a candidate preference: n=362, MOE +/- 5.2%; DC Democrat voters with a candidate preference: n=584, MOE +/- 4.1%Who is your second choice for the Democratic primary for mayor in the District:Would you say you strongly support <candidate> somewhat support <candidate>, or do you think you might vote differently on Primary Day?

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