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Health 140602

Health 140602

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Morning ConsultNational Healthcare Tracking Poll:June 2014Topline Results
Methodology:
This poll was conducted from June 19-21, 2014, among a national sample of 1,240 likely 2014 voters. Theinterviews were conducted online and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of likelyvoters based on age, race/ethnicity, gender, educational attainment, region, annual household income,home ownership status and marital status. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of plusor minus three percentage points.
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1: How likely is it that you will vote in the November 2014 general election for United States Senate, Congress, and otherpolitical offices?Absolutelycertain to voteVery likely About 50-50 NLikely Voters 69 20 10 1854Male 72 20 7 865Female 67 20 13 990Suburban White Female 68 20 13 404Single White Female 67 22 11 109Married White Female 68 20 13 448Age: 18-29 59 22 19 301Age: 30-44 65 24 12 457Age: 45-64 71 20 9 700Age: 65+ 80 15 4 396Ethnicity - White 70 20 10 1510Ethnicity - Hispanic 60 22 18 165Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 74 19 8 238Ethnicity - Other 52 33 15 68Urban 67 22 11 458Suburban 70 19 11 923Rural 70 22 8 474Democrats (no lean) 71 22 7 710Independents (no lean) 62 23 15 538Republicans (no lean) 75 16 10 606Democrats (lean) 70 23 7 844Independents (lean) 55 23 22 274Republicans (lean) 75 16 9 729Liberal (1-3) 71 23 6 507Moderate (4) 63 23 15 561Conservative (5-7) 76 17 7 719Liberal (1-2) 73 22 5 341Moderate (3-5) 63 24 13 937Conservative (6-7) 82 12 6 510Tea Party - Supporter 76 18 6 533Tea Party - Not Supporter 67 21 12 1318Sample A 71 20 9 900Sample B 68 21 11 9542
 
1: How likely is it that you will vote in the November 2014 general election for United States Senate, Congress, and otherpolitical offices?Absolutelycertain to voteVery likely About 50-50 NLikely Voters 69 20 10 1854Protestant 76 17 8 513Roman Catholic 74 18 8 439Ath./Agn./None 64 22 14 392Something Else 63 24 12 507Religiosity: Monthly+ 74 17 9 742Religiosity: LT Monthly 67 22 11 1112Income: Under 50k 64 23 13 804Income: 50k-100k 73 20 7 610Income: 100k+ 75 15 9 440Educ:
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 College 66 21 13 1219Educ: Bachelors degree 74 20 6 412Educ: Post-grad 78 18 4 224White Collar 74 18 8 816Blue Collar 71 20 9 761Military HH 72 21 7 341Not Military HH 69 20 11 1513Public Sector Union 71 23 5 94Private Sector Union 69 28 2 69Not in Labor Union 69 20 11 1692Cell Only/Mostly 69 19 12 767Dual Use 70 23 7 655LL Only/Mostly 72 16 12 400Competitive Senate States 70 20 10 373All Senate States 70 20 10 986Dem Incumbent States 71 20 9 483GOP Incumbent States 68 22 10 323New England 66 25 10 96Mid-Atlantic 64 20 15 242East North Central 67 24 9 299West North Central 78 11 11 138South Atlantic 71 19 10 371East South Central 71 23 6 119West South Central 69 22 10 199Mountain 67 24 8 125Pacic 73 17 10 264Blue States 71 19 10 1208Red States 68 22 10 6763

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