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NJ CC Poll Topline Results Feb 27

NJ CC Poll Topline Results Feb 27

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Princeton Survey Research Associates International February 2012 Omnibus Week 4 
February 2012 Omnibus Week 4Princeton Survey Research Associates International forNational Journal
Final Topline ResultsFebruary 27, 2012Total: 1,005 adults age 18 and olderMargin of error: Plus or minus 3.8 percentage points791 registered voters age 18 and olderMargin of error: Plus or minus 4.3 percentage pointsInterviewing dates: February 23 – 26, 2012Notes: Due to rounding, percentages may not add to 100. An asterisk (*) indicates values lessthan 0.5%.
 
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Princeton Survey Research Associates International February 2012 Omnibus Week 4 
READ TO ALL:Now I have a few questions about the health care law that Congress passed in 2010…
 ASK ALLCC1. Under this law, employers who provide health insurance are required to cover prenataltesting for pregnant women. Some oppose the mandate because prenatal testing mayencourage more abortions. Do you think employers who provide health insurance shouldor should NOT be required to cover prenatal testing for their employees?Feb 23-26201260 Should be required30 Should not be required10 Don’t know/Refused (VOL.) ASK ALLCC2. The health reform law also requires employers providing health insurance for theirworkers to cover other medical services, such as birth control, free of cost. Somemembers of Congress have proposed legislation that would allow employers to denycoverage for any medical service that violates the employer’s moral convictions orreligious beliefs. What about you…do you support OR oppose this legislation?Feb 23-26201240 Support44 Oppose16 Don’t know/Refused (VOL.) ASK ALLCC3. As you may know, President Obama recently announced a new policy on healthinsurance and birth control. Under the rule, if a religiously-based institution, such as aCatholic hospital or university, objects to providing coverage for its workers for birthcontrol, its insurance company must pay for the coverage instead. What about you…doyou support OR oppose this requirement?
 
Feb 23-26201249 Support40 Oppose12 Don’t know/Refused (VOL.)

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