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ND-Sen DFM Research for ND Democratic Party (May 2012)

ND-Sen DFM Research for ND Democratic Party (May 2012)

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May2012North Dakota Dem-NPLSurvey #3
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U.S. Senate Race
DFM Research
Dean Mitchell, ConsultantSaint Paul, MN 55102www.dfmresearch.com
 
DFM Research
 
Research Study * ND744-6
Saint Paul, Minnesota
1 |Page 
Interviews:
308 respondents by live caller for general election and 197 for primary election. Callsconducted by Performance Centers Inc of Fargo, ND.
Margin of Error:
+ 5.6 percentage points with a 95 percent confidence interval for general election results.+9.0 percentage points with a 95 percent confidence interval for Republican primary results.
Interview Dates:
May 22-25, 2012
Sample:
Stratified Sample. Random numbers provided by the North Dakota Democratic-NPL StateParty through their VAN program, which list every North Dakota household with a landlinetelephone number. Each number had a non-zero chance of being selected.
Survey Sponsor:
North Dakota Democratic-NPL State Party
TOPLINE RESULTS
Q3:
In the Republican primary for U.S. Senate, if the election was today, for whom would youvote: Rick Berg or Duane Sand?
(asked only to those who identified that they would vote in theRepublican primary; MoE is +9.0 percentage points). 
Rick Berg ..........................................................................................
61%
Duane Sand .......................................................................................
19
 Other/Unsure (VOL) .........................................................................
20
 
Q8:
Now looking ahead to November election, suppose the election for U.S. President was heldtoday, for whom would you vote: Barack Obama the Democrat or Mitt Romney theRepublican?
GENERAL ELECTION VOTERS
Mitt Romney .....................................................................................
50%
 Barack Obama
 
..................................................................................
36
 Other/Unsure (VOL) .........................................................................
14
 
Q9:
For U.S. Senate, for whom would you vote: Heidi Heitkamp the Democrat or Rick Berg theRepublican?
GENERAL ELECTION VOTERS
Heidi Heitkamp
 
................................................................................
45%
 Rick Berg ..........................................................................................
44
Other/Unsure (VOL) .........................................................................
11
 

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