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Maryland GOP Survey Results

Maryland GOP Survey Results

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A survey of 400 Republican primary voters conducted for the Maryland Democratic Party by the national polling firm Public Policy Polling shows that rank and file Republicans have serious concerns about Bob Ehrlich’s record as Governor and his time spent as a special interest lobbyist for corporations and foreign governments at the firm Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice.
A survey of 400 Republican primary voters conducted for the Maryland Democratic Party by the national polling firm Public Policy Polling shows that rank and file Republicans have serious concerns about Bob Ehrlich’s record as Governor and his time spent as a special interest lobbyist for corporations and foreign governments at the firm Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice.

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March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
Maryland GOP Survey Results
Q1
First, does anyone in this household work for aradio station, a television station, a newspaper,an advertising agency, a market research firm,or as an active political campaign worker?100%
No 
...................................................................
0%
Yes 
.................................................................
0%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q2
Are you currently registered to vote at thisaddress?100%
Registered 
......................................................
0%
Not Registered 
................................................
0%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q3
Are you registered to vote as a Democrat, aRepublican, an independent, or as somethingelse?0%
Democrat 
........................................................
100%
Republican 
......................................................
0%
Independent 
....................................................
0%
Something Else 
...............................................
0%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q4
What are the chances that you will vote in thisyear’s September REPUBLICAN primaryelection for governor and other state offices--are you certain to vote, will you probably vote,are the chances fifty-fifty, or do you think youwill not vote?94%
Certain to vote 
................................................
6%
Probably vote 
..................................................
0%
Chances are 50-50 
.........................................
0%
Will not vote 
....................................................
0%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q5
In the REPUBLICAN primary election forgovernor, do you think you will support BobEhrlich, or is there a chance you could supportanother Republican candidate?59%
Ehrlich 
.............................................................
31%
Another Republican Candidate 
.......................
10%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q6
Now I’m going to read you some things youmight learn about Bob Ehrlich and his record.After each item, please tell me if you feel muchless likely to support Bob Ehrlich, somewhatless likely to support Bob Ehrlich, or if it makesno difference to you either way?Bob Ehrlich was the biggest-spending governorin Maryland history, and in his last budget heproposed the LARGEST-EVER increase instate spending.17%
Much less likely to support 
..............................
19%
Somewhat less likely to support 
......................
58%
No difference either way 
.................................
6%
Not sure 
..........................................................
Q7
Bob Ehrlich has spent the last three yearworking as a lobbyist for state contractors,gaming interests, and foreign governments likeChina.20%
Much less likely to support 
..............................
11%
Somewhat less likely to support 
......................
63%
Makes no difference either way 
......................
6%
Not sure 
..........................................................
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
Maryland GOP Survey Results
Q1
First, does anyone in this household work for aradio station, a television station, a newspaper,an advertising agency, a market research firm,or as an active political campaign worker?100%
No 
...................................................................
0%
Yes 
.................................................................
0%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q2
Are you currently registered to vote at thisaddress?100%
Registered 
......................................................
0%
Not Registered 
................................................
0%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q3
Are you registered to vote as a Democrat, aRepublican, an independent, or as somethingelse?0%
Democrat 
........................................................
100%
Republican 
......................................................
0%
Independent 
....................................................
0%
Something Else 
...............................................
0%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q4
What are the chances that you will vote in thisyear’s September REPUBLICAN primaryelection for governor and other state offices--are you certain to vote, will you probably vote,are the chances fifty-fifty, or do you think youwill not vote?94%
Certain to vote 
................................................
6%
Probably vote 
..................................................
0%
Chances are 50-50 
.........................................
0%
Will not vote 
....................................................
0%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q5
In the REPUBLICAN primary election forgovernor, do you think you will support BobEhrlich, or is there a chance you could supportanother Republican candidate?59%
Ehrlich 
.............................................................
31%
Another Republican Candidate 
.......................
10%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q6
Now I’m going to read you some things youmight learn about Bob Ehrlich and his record.After each item, please tell me if you feel muchless likely to support Bob Ehrlich, somewhatless likely to support Bob Ehrlich, or if it makesno difference to you either way?Bob Ehrlich was the biggest-spending governorin Maryland history, and in his last budget heproposed the LARGEST-EVER increase instate spending.17%
Much less likely to support 
..............................
19%
Somewhat less likely to support 
......................
58%
No difference either way 
.................................
6%
Not sure 
..........................................................
Q7
Bob Ehrlich has spent the last three yearworking as a lobbyist for state contractors,gaming interests, and foreign governments likeChina.20%
Much less likely to support 
..............................
11%
Somewhat less likely to support 
......................
63%
Makes no difference either way 
......................
6%
Not sure 
..........................................................
 
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
Q8
As governor, Bob Ehrlich raised taxes and feesby $3 billion, including raising state propertytaxes.He authored and supported numerous taxincreases that have added up to tens of billionsof dollars.23%
Much less likely to support 
..............................
17%
Somewhat less likely to support 
......................
56%
Makes no difference 
.......................................
4%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q9
Based on what we have discussed, in theREPUBLICAN primary election for governor,do you think you will support Bob Ehrlich, or isthere a chance you could support anotherRepublican candidate?45%
Ehrlich.............................................................
47%
Someone Else................................................
9%
Not sure..........................................................
Q10
Thinking about your general approach toissues, do you consider yourself to be liberal,moderate, or conservative?1%
Liberal 
.............................................................
27%
Moderate 
.........................................................
69%
Conservative 
...................................................
2%
Not sure 
..........................................................
Q11
What is the last grade that you completed inschool?0%
Grade School 
..................................................
2%
Some High School 
..........................................
19%
High School Graduate 
.....................................
21%
Some College, no Degree 
...............................
7%
Vocational Training/2 Year College 
.................
26%
4-year College Degree 
....................................
4%
Some Postgraduate Work, no Degree 
............
18%
2 or 3 yrs. Postgraduate Work/Masters 
..........
3%
Doctoral/Law Degree 
......................................
Q12
If you are a woman, press 1. If a man, press 2.52%
Woman 
...........................................................
48%
Man 
.................................................................
Q13
For statistical purposes only, how old are you?10%
18 to 34 
...........................................................
29%
35 to 49 
...........................................................
30%
50 to 64 
...........................................................
30%
65 and over 
.....................................................
Q14
32%
08, 06, and 04 
.................................................
19%
08 and 06 
........................................................
8%
08 and 04 
........................................................
29%
08 only 
............................................................
7%
06 only 
............................................................
0%
04 only 
............................................................
6%
06 and 04 
........................................................
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
March 29-30, 2010
Survey of 409 likely primary voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
Q8
As governor, Bob Ehrlich raised taxes and feesby $3 billion, including raising state propertytaxes.He authored and supported numerous taxincreases that have added up to tens of billionsof dollars.23%
Much less likely to support 
..............................
17%
Somewhat less likely to support 
......................
56%
Makes no difference 
.......................................
4%
Not Sure 
..........................................................
Q9
Based on what we have discussed, in theREPUBLICAN primary election for governor,do you think you will support Bob Ehrlich, or isthere a chance you could support anotherRepublican candidate?45%
Ehrlich 
.............................................................
47%
Someone Else 
................................................
9%
Not sure 
..........................................................
Q10
Thinking about your general approach toissues, do you consider yourself to be liberal,moderate, or conservative?1%
Liberal 
.............................................................
27%
Moderate 
.........................................................
69%
Conservative 
...................................................
2%
Not sure 
..........................................................
Q11
What is the last grade that you completed inschool?0%
Grade School 
..................................................
2%
Some High School 
..........................................
19%
High School Graduate 
.....................................
21%
Some College, no Degree 
...............................
7%
Vocational Training/2 Year College 
.................
26%
4-year College Degree 
....................................
4%
Some Postgraduate Work, no Degree 
............
18%
2 or 3 yrs. Postgraduate Work/Masters 
..........
3%
Doctoral/Law Degree 
......................................
Q12
If you are a woman, press 1. If a man, press 2.52%
Woman 
...........................................................
48%
Man 
.................................................................
Q13
For statistical purposes only, how old are you?10%
18 to 34 
...........................................................
29%
35 to 49 
...........................................................
30%
50 to 64 
...........................................................
30%
65 and over 
.....................................................
Q14
32%
08, 06, and 04 
.................................................
19%
08 and 06 
........................................................
8%
08 and 04 
........................................................
29%
08 only 
............................................................
7%
06 only 
............................................................
0%
04 only 
............................................................
6%
06 and 04 
........................................................
 
March 29-30, 2010
survey of 409 likely primary voters
March 29-30, 2010
survey of 409 likely primary voters
3020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-69883020 Highwoods Blvd.Raleigh, NC 27604information@publicpolicypolling.com / 888 621-6988
Crosstabs
 BaseEhrlich/Someone ElseEhrlichAnother RepublicanCandidateNotSureEhrlich/SomeoneElseEhrlichAnother RepublicanCandidateNot Sure 59%
100%--
31%
-100%-
10%
--100%
 BaseEhrlich/Someone ElseEhrlichAnother RepublicanCandidateNotSureBig SpenderMessageMuch less likely tosupportSomewhat lesslikely to supportNo difference eitherwayNot sure 17%
5%38%20%
19%
13%25%34%
58%
79%29%24%
6%
3%8%22%
 BaseEhrlich/Someone ElseEhrlichAnother RepublicanCandidateNotSureLobbyist MessageMuch less likely tosupportSomewhat lesslikely to supportMakes no differenceeither wayNot sure 20%
5%43%39%
11%
7%16%21%
63%
86%33%22%
6%
2%9%19%

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