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Boston Globe poll on the Mass. governor's race

Boston Globe poll on the Mass. governor's race

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B
OSTON
G
LOBE
P
OLL
#28MA
 
2010
 
G
UBERNATORIAL
E
LECTION
 
Prepared by:Andrew E. Smith, Ph.D.The Survey Center University of New HampshireOctober 23, 2010
 
 
Contents
Technical Report..........................................................................1Data Tables..................................................................................2
 
 
1
The Boston Globe Poll #28MA 2012 Gubernatorial ElectionConducted by the UNH Survey CenterOctober, 2010Technical ReportField Period
: October 17 to October 22, 2010
Hours:
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Median Completion Time:
16 minutes
Full SampleSample Size
: 601 randomly selected Massachusetts adults (RDD)519 randomly selected likely November, 2010 voters
Sampling Error
: Full sample +/- 4.0%Likely voters +/- 4.3%
Response Rate, Full Sample (AAPOR #4):
29%
4
th
CDSample Size
: 407 randomly selected MA 4
th
CD adults (RDD)385 randomly selected likely November, 2010 voters
Sampling Error
: Full 4
th
CD sample +/- 4.9%4
th
CD Likely voters +/- 5.0%
10
th
CDSample Size
: 367 randomly selected MA 10
th
CD adults (RDD)349 randomly selected likely November, 2010 voters
Sampling Error
: Full 4
th
CD sample +/- 5.1%4
th
CD Likely voters +/- 5.2%
Response Rate, 4
th
and 10
th
CD oversample (AAPOR #4):
20%The data have been weighted by the number of adults in a household and the number of telephone numbers atwhich a household can be reached in order to equalize the chances of an individual MA adult being selected.The data have also been weighted by the sex and race of the respondent and the region of the state based onthe American Community Survey conducted by the US Census.

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